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Ladue Estates

Ladue Estates
Creve Coeur, MO
1956-64, Cay Weinel and Ben Goldberg

Post-war Jewish subdivision begun in 1956 has the distinction of being the very first mid-century modern subdivision in Missouri on the National Register of Historic Places. Click for the entire story.

PDF of National Register nomination.

Ladue Estates in Creve Coeur, MO

Ladue Estates in Creve Couer, MO is the very first mid-century modern neighborhood in Missouri to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also one of the very few such post-war neighborhoods to earn such designation in the nation.
Read about the historic importance of Ladue Estates.

Ladue Estates is also a feature in Atomic Ranch magazine!

Photos from Atomic Ranch Open House

Big warm hugs and kisses to all the people who came out on May 6, 2012 to tour the 6 open homes in Ladue Estates. It was a blast!

We want to extend our thanks to all the homeowners who graciously opened their doors (did anyone get photos of the original Norman Rockwell paintings, by chance?), and to Clean Cut Creations for hooking us up with the owners of a vintage Chevy and Galaxie 500. So sweet.

We made all kinds of new members to ModernSTL (great taste on their part!), and were delighted to see so many of our current members and friends. It was a busy, gorgeous day, and you made all of so happy that you care so much for these historic homes.

See our photos from the event on the ModSTL Facebook page.

And you can see more photos that others have shared from that day on our Facebook Timeline.


Photos from the Ladue Estates Open House & Tour

Were you at the May 7th Open House & Tour? If so, thank you so much for coming out on a perfect spring day and making it such a successful event. And you might be in the photo stream!

Click to see photos of the Ladue Estates Open House & Tour.

Thank you to all the Ladue Estates residents who graciously opened their homes and shared their enthusiasm for their mid-century modern paradise. More thanks to everyone who came out, and to three Modern STL members who volunteered to help us with such a large event.