Floorplans and Pricing

1 bedroom / 1 bath -

bedroom(s) 1
bathroom(s) 1
square feet 763
application fee Contact for details
Apartment features
Disposal, Ceiling Fan, Large Closets, Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Controlled Access, Dryer, Washer, Historic Building, Open Layout, Energy Star Appliances, Cement Flooring, Live / Work Space

Property Details

At a Glance
Welcome to Leather Trades Artist Lofts!
Why Live Here?
The Leather Trades building has rejoined the arts community of St. Louis as LEATHER TRADES ARTIST LOFTS, which offers one and two bedroom affordable lofts designed for working artists in St. Louis' warehouse district, just two blocks off of Washington Avenue. LEATHER TRADES IS 100% OCCUPIED! Join our reservation list today!
  • On-site Management
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Elevator
  • Controlled Access
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dance Studio
  • Pottery Studio with Kiln
  • Painting & Drawing Studio
  • Sound-Proofed Music Studio
  • Community Room with Fireplace and large
  • Areas to hang Artwork
  • Large Display Windows onto 16th Street
  • Full Size In Home Washer & Dryer
  • Walk In Closets*
  • Eco-conscious heat lighting and water
  • Underground Parking space available*
  • Aprox. 10ft ceilings and huge windows
  • Sliding barn doors*
  • Open floorplans
  • Stainless steel shelves
  • Ceiling fans in each bedroom
  • Energy Star rated appliances
  • Dishwashers
  • Built-in Microwaves
  • Wine racks
  • 42" Maple cabinetry
  • *Included in select homes
  • Utilities included: Gas Sewer and Trash
  • Vintage
  • Lofts for Working Artists
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Leather Trades is a Pet Friendly Community! Dogs and Cats Welcome! </br></br> - Limit of 2 pets per apartment home </br> - Pet Deposit: $200 ($100 is Refundable) due at time of move-in </br> - Pet Rent: $25 per month, per pet </br></br> Some breed and other restrictions may apply. Please call for more details.
Building Information
  • Built: 1912