Princeton Heights Neighborhood

The neighborhood boundaries are defined as Hampton Boulevard on the East, Eichelberger on the North, Christy Boulevard on the East, and Gravois on the South.


Princeton Heights received its name from the old Princeton Creamery on Kingshighway Boulevard near Gravois, which in the past sold milk in glass jars. Previous to its incorporation to St. Louis City, the Princeton Heights neighborhood was known as Gardenville. At the turn of the century, this area was primarily an agricultural community.

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Useful Contacts


Neighborhood Improvement Specialists

Citizens' Service Bureau

Princeton Heights Maps

Downloadable Maps

Princeton Heights Neighborhood Map

Parks in Princeton Heights

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