Busch's Grove: The White Elephant on Clayton & Price Needs Some TLC

No substantial plans have come along since January, 2011.

Busch's Grove, Ladue's most historic landmark since 1855 needs a new life. The wooden and stone structure at the intersection of Clayton and Price roads has been vacant since January, 2011. That's when the Market Place in Ladue went out of business after two years of trying.

Lester Miller's grand experiment in fine dining in Ladue needs a second life. Grandious plans for a II Bel Lago or an expansion of five-star Tony's never got off the drawing boards. Nothing has happened in ages.

So we leave it to our loyal readers. Tell us in the comments what ought to come to this location? What would you like to see fill this historic void in Ladue. We will pass your thoughts to city planners.

Someone must have a real sincere idea how this large, expansive abandoned White Elephant can be rescued once and for all.

This is when the Grand Dame went down so ungracefully for the final count.

James Baer (Editor) May 18, 2012 at 11:16 PM
Someone must have some idea what should come to boarded up Busch's Grove?


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