Located within the central eastern portion of the City of St. Louis is the historic neighborhood of Peadbody Darst Webbe. Covering no more than 0.20 total square miles of land, the neighborhood is bounded by Chouteau Avenue at the north, the I-55 and I-44 interchange at the south, South Tucker Boulevard at the east and Dolman Street towards the west. As of 2010, its population was recorded at 2,378 residents and Peabody Darst Webbe is represented by two Aldermen sitting in the sixth and seventh Wards.
Originally, the neighborhood was once a part of the Soulard neighborhood before division within the regions separated Peabody Darst Webbe into its own unique region. It gets its distinctive from several popular high-rise housing areas that were built within the region in the later portion of the 1950s through the early 1960s.
Though not much is known historically about how the region came to be, it’s three-part name is similar into the notion that the neighborhood is main up of three main hubs. One contains several subsidized housing complexes, another contained a smaller residential region towards the middle of Doleman Street and Truman Parkway and the other was an area where the former city hospital property was located just south of Lafayette Avenue.
Residents of Peabody Darst Webbe are served by the St. Louis Public School District
Located at the southern portion of the region, the Palladium is a reception venues that accommodates up to 400 guests for seating and served reservations or up to nearly 700 guests for cocktail receptions.