Landmarks Association of St. Louis

Charles King, Modernist Architect Exhibit Opens at Architecture St. Louis on 7/17

Landmarks Association and the Belleville Historical Society invite you to the opening reception for an exhibit celebrating the works of mid-century architect Charles E. King. The retrospective will focus on his extensive designs completed in the St. Louis area.


National Trust Selects the Former St. Louis Palladium in Grand Center As a Most Endangered









Today the National Trust for Historic Preservation included the St. Louis Palladium Building, a former jazz club known as the Club Plantation, at 3618 Enright in Grand Center, as among the 11 most significant and endangered buildings in the entire United States.  Taken straight from the pages of Landmarks Association's Most Endangered Lists where it has resided since 2012, many in St. Louis have been hoping to see the building rehabiliated and brought back to productive use for years, while warily keeping an eye on a possible threat from the expansion of the John Cochran Veterans Hospital next door. Now the National Trust has stepped up to the plate and recognized the building's significance to American cultural heritage while echoing the concerns of the St. Louis preservation community about its lack of procedural protection from arbitrary demolition.


Downtown St. Louis Architectural Walking Tours Offered Weekly From April Though October

Explore the rich history and architectural legacy of Downtown St. Louis with a guided walking tour sponsored by ReVitalize St. Louis in cooperation with Landmarks Association. From the founding of the city through its modern redevelopment, our tours cover many well known landmarks, hidden gems, and provide insights into the events that shaped the city. We offer a downtown east, and downtown west tour every Saturday from April through October. Tours begin at 10:00 a.m. and last two hours.