A Circa Guide to Holly Hills
Holly Hills a small, residential, tightly-knit neighborhood.
The neighborhood located in South St. Louis, Missouri, near the intersection of I-55 and Loughborough Avenue. The neighborhood is defined by Bates and Walsh on the Northeast, Holly Hills on the Southwest, Leona and the Missouri Pacific Railroad on the Northwest and Grand on the Southeast. It is surrounded by Carondelet Park and the Boulevard Heights, Bevo Mill, Dutchtown, and Carondelet neighborhoods.
As of 2000, Holly Hills was home to 3,698 people, a 1% decrease from 1990. It's 92% white, 5% black, 2% Hispanic/Latino and 1% Asian. Of the 1,887 housing units, 92% were occupied with a nice mix of 58% owner occupied, 42% rental.
In 1927, the Holly Hills Improvement Association was formed. Today it is the oldest active neighborhood organization in the city of St. Louis. Many that live in Holly Hills grew up here, and they are good stewards of their part of St. Louis.
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