Gut renovation of a 1920s apartment building (not named after the British statesman).

Built in 1927 and named after a St. Louis novelist, the Winston Churchill Apartments in St. Louis’ Visitation Park neighborhood was fully vacant by the time national developer Eagle Point tapped E.M. Harris to renovate the building. Financed by both historic preservation tax credits and low-income housing tax credits, this renovation involved the gut rehab of an eight-story masonry apartment building, including the conversion of restaurant spaces and underground parking garage into additional apartments. Interior improvements included new mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems, two new elevators, all new finishes in units and leasing office, new community room, lobby restoration, installation of new storage lockers and bike racks, and new windows and doors. Exterior improvements included a new roof, masonry restoration, new 128-space fenced parking lot, new sidewalk, ADA accessible ramp, and landscaping.

Eagle Point Partners

St. Louis, Missouri

118 Apartment Units