About this property
Travelers to St. Louis will enjoy the privacy of this single studio while staying in St. Louis' arts and music community. Just minutes from bakeries, taco stands and mexican grocery stores, numerous concert venues, bars and eateries. A compact kitchen allows for affordable eating with fridge storage, stove and four burners.
Here on Cherokee … Costuming is commonplace.
Festivals occur several times a year, with them elaborate impromptu parades are not a surprise. Celebrations are frequent and light hearted. Networking is a weekly scheduled event and a repetitive daily occurrence. Our neighborhood walks their dogs, heads to get a coffee and some wi-fi, to a client meeting, to their studio as kids bike home from the pool or convene for an evening basketball game. Many freelance or owns their business independently. Spirit, artwork and music, small and large, are in every crack and on every street sign. Professionalism and partying, friendship and co-working, romance and responsibly seem to be in a perfect balance and harmony.
A neighborhood of conversation exists here across a sunny plain of diversity. On Cherokee the majority means those you see everyday. Our characters, leaders, rockers, workers, even slackers are fixtures in our daily landscape. Citizen’s stroll, slick cars roll, accessories and flashy style note many of our locals as celebrities. Together we are a celebration of all walks of life and every art form.
We hope you can be apart of the magic of Cherokee Street. All along the way are numerous mexican restaurants. All good and too many to list.
Then on the other side of Jefferson Ave there are many shops. Retro stuff, antique stuff, hand made local artists, etc etc.