SAINT LOUIS GUIDE
The list of why to love St. Louis is long; here are some highlights!
Saint Louis offers lively activities and beautiful venues throughout the city. Explore a wide variety of events and places to check out around town. We are home to the World Champion Blues and Cardinals and the country’s largest city park, Forest Park. We also are welcoming a new professional soccer team, St. Louis City SC!
Things I Love (in St. Louis)
Featured Article in Fall 2020 Sophisticated Living
WITH MORE THAN 13 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE assisting both buyers and sellers and successfully navigating the St. Louis luxury market, Julie Lane has discreetly worked with some of the most prominent families in the area. She is a proud supporter of all things St Louis and loves to frequent locally owned businesses. She, her husband Rich and their 2 daughters have called Ladue home for the last 18 years and have curated quite a list of local favorites.
THE INSPIRED HOME
Artwork is paramount to a home’s personality. If you have not checked out St. Louis native Ted Collier’s work, you are truly missing out. We have had the opportunity to transform our home with some of his work. It has made all of the difference. His art is all over the world, yet he chooses to make our city his home and give back to the community, along with his talented wife Katie (owner of the yummy Katie’s Pizza and Osteria). @tedcollier.art
START UP, STAND OUT, & STAY!
Featured Article in Spring 2020 Sophisticated Living
WHY ST. LOUIS IS MADE TO KEEP TRANSPLANTS I am a proud St. Louis “transplant.” My husband, Rich, and I moved here from the South Loop in Chicago in 2000 for his first job right out of DePaul University. As anyone will tell you, Chicago is a great town. Our friends and colleagues were supportive of the move, but seemed worried as if we were going to live in the middle of nowhere.
They’d say things like, “Sure, you can get a ‘mansion’ for almost nothing, but where do you go for culture?” “What about for entertainment?” “Is there even good food there?” They seemed “optimistically” concerned for us. They had no idea what St. Louis has to offer to the locals, the visitors and the ever growing number of transplants like us: St. Louis Art Museum, the Cardinals……….