The Georgian

About the Building

The Georgian is a converted mid-rise condo building featuring pool, fitness center, observation deck and secured parking. The condominiums are finished out with high-end amenities like hardwood floors, granite counters and premium hardwood cabinets. The Georgian was the site of the first St. Louis city hospital.
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HSG Realty
1305 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103

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1515 Lafayette Ave, St. Louis, MO 63104

  • Neighborhood Downtown
  • Building Type Mid-Rise
  • Ownership Condo
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Parking Features

  • Guest Parking
  • Surface

Unit Amenities

  • Fireplaces
  • Gas appliances
  • W/D connections
  • Private elevators

Pet Policy

  • Cats OK
  • Dogs OK
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Lucio Villaca - May 4th, 2015

Amazing ! I should not forget this. I lived in this old City Hospital from July1, 1964 to June 30, 1965. I was an intern doctor in one of the wards of this building. I would like to visit this place,sometime... Congratulations for preserving the main building

Garland Allen - May 9th, 2016

We are interested in look at possible condos FOR RENT in Lafayette Square area. If there are any units for rent could you call and leave a message at the number listed above, with nformation about how to visit and see available units. --GA

Linda Brasser - May 14th, 2016

My both my boys were born there in 77 and 80 just would love to see the inside of that

Garland Allen - Jun 17th, 2016

The units that we saw on the Lafayette Square House Tour were both amazing, especially as both had access to outside space (balcony in one case, a small patio in the other case)., A couple of questions: (1) How many units have some outdoor access, and what are their prices and potential availability? (2) What is the ratio of condo vs rental units in the building? (3) Are the rental units actually condos owned by an individual, or are they rented by a realtor or some independent association? (4) For rental units, are there any "association fees" or other expenses above and beyond the rent (other than wi-fi, TV and electricity? (5) Is heat included in the rent? Thanks for your answers to these q uestions. -- Gar

Gregg Sharpe - Jul 20th, 2017

Hi Sierra. I do not have the HOA information. That would be available through an owner. Our website lists all the properties in the MLS and that is how you found me. I wish I could be of more help.

Gregg Sharpe - Aug 1st, 2017

It is a very nice building Lucio. Always nice to hear stories about those who actually worked at the hospital in its day. Please let me know if you are ever in the area and have some time. I'd be glad to get you in so you can reminisce and tell me what you know about the building. Gregg

Karen Dean Buchheim - Sep 27th, 2017

I graduated from St. Louis City Hospital School of Nursing in 1963. My training earned me praise in hospitals across the country. I am so pleased to see the building preserved in such a beautiful way. Looking at your website brought back such happy memories. I would love to see it when I come home to St. Louis.

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