I wondered the same & learned that St. Stephens was originally a Christian Science church. When the congregation dwindled, the building was sold to St. Stephens, and they used it for a number of years, until they, too, could no longer sustain it. It was eventually sold to developers, who plan to turn it into condominiums. The plan has been around for a while, but seems to be going nowhere, while the building continues to deteriorate. Its fine organ is long gone, and it is not being maintained in any way, as far as I can tell. The developers have a plan to keep the facade and put up a very large building behind it. Neighbors have been working with them to get them to modify their design, but it has been a while since we have heard anything about their intentions.
The area of Hyde Park - St. Louis - is 47,914.780041216 square meters.
The church is currently being developed as condos, I am the developer's marketing representative.
The address of the Historic Hyde Park Inc is: 3921 N 19Th St, St Louis, MO 63107
The address of the Lanpher Memorial is: 141 Main St., Hyde Park, 05655 0196
Hyde Park There are also Regents Park and St James Park
Hyde Park, Regents Park, St James Park, Battersea Park.
Hyde Park, St James Park, Green Park, Regents Park, Battersea Park.
Hyde Park, Regents Park, St James Park, Battersea Park - take your pick.
Victoria, St James's Park, Green Park and Hyde Park Corner.
Hyde Park, Regent Park, St. James Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich Park, Hampstead Heath. All famous in their own right
E. 51st St. turns into E. Hyde Park Blvd. from Cottage Grove Ave. eastbound. The neighborhood around there is referred to as Hyde Park, including the University of Chicago campus and the Museum of Science and Industry.
The address of the Newtown History Center is: 5408 Main St, Stephens City, VA 22655