This article about the Tower Grove area, and a new book about it, makes me proud to live where I live:
But before letting go of the property, Connecticut Mutual Life put in deed restrictions that required some properties to be houses and some to be apartments.
Different prices included in the restrictions allowed a mix of working people and professionals, Abbott said.
Unlike other areas, no race restrictions were included, he said.
"It allowed for balance. Balance sees you through good and bad times," Bonasch said.
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