* Cats Allowed, Pets Accepted Lofts at the Highlands welcomes cats and dogs. Maximum 2 pets per apartment. Breed restrictions apply. A $250 one time fee and $35 monthly pet rent applies for each pet. See office for details., Dogs Allowed
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Accepts Electronic Payments
Wireless Internet Access
On Site Management
12 Foot Ceilings
Additional Storage Available
Central Air and Heat
Off Street Parking
Stainless Steel Appliances
The Lofts at the Highlands stands on ground that holds a special place in the hearts of many long-time St. Louisans. The Forest Park Highlands amusement park and the St. Louis Arena both once stood where we stand today.
The St. Louis Arena stood here from 1929-1999. Known as "The Checkerdome" from 1977-1983, the Arena was affectionately known by generations of St. Louisans as "The Old Barn". The NBA's St. Louis Hawks won the 1958 NBA Championship here over Bill Russell and the Boston Celtics. Various indoor soccer teams played their home games at the arena as well as a roller hockey team and the Saint Louis University basketball and hockey teams. The Arena is most notable for being the home of the The St. Louis Blues from 1967-1994. It was demolished on February 27, 1999.
The Arena was originally erected in 1929 as a permanent home for the National Dairy Show. In size, it was second only to Madison Square Garden as far as indoor entertainment spaces went. The two buildin