Forest Park Southeast
Forest Park Southeast is bounded by Interstate 64/Highway 40 on the north; Kingshighway Boulevard to the west, the Missouri Pacific Railroad tracks on the south and Vandeventer Avenue to the east. Click here for a map of Forest Park Southeast.
Forest Park Southeast is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a mix of single- and multi-family homes on quiet streets along with trendy restaurants and bars in the Grove district along Manchester Avenue. FPSE comprises the four distinct neighborhoods of Adams Grove, Gibson Heights, New Boyle and Ranken East.
Central West End
The Central West End lies between Delmar Boulevard to the North, Interstate 64 to the South, North Vandeventer Avenue to the East, and Kingshighway and Union Boulevards via Lindell Boulevard to the West. Click here for a map of the Central West End.
The Central West End is a century-old, historic, and trendy neighborhood located in the center of St. Louis, adjacent to Forest Park. The CWE is known for its grand buildings and homes. The neighborhood today represents the efforts of many, including residents, business owners, politicians, and real estate developers.
Both neighborhoods are close to Washington University, Barnes Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, the Science Center and Forest Park. They are both located near Interstate 64/Highway 40 and Interstate 44.