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Globe Drug

2626 Cherokee

Constructed in 1913, the building at 2626 Cherokee Street has a rich history in St. Louis. Originally a 905 liquor store, 2626 Cherokee was also home to the iconic Globe Drugs from 1939 – 2010. Today, the building houses a number of creative local businesses.

Meet the Businesses at Globe

Art Farm

Art Farm is a full service screen printing shop and graphic design studio. In addition to high quality screen printing and embroidery, their graphic design services include branding and logos, t-shirts, packaging, posters, web design, and advertising layouts. Art Farm moved into their new digs on Cherokee in 2016.

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Urban Living STL

Urban Living is a property management company that helps both owners and tenants find the right fit. For owners, they help them enjoy higher rental incomes. For tenants, they provide a great rental environment worth paying for. It is a winning combination that has resulted in a long list of satisfied customers. Urban Living has also completed several gut rehabs in the Cherokee area.

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Screwed Arts Collective

The Screwed Arts Collective, established in 2010, is a group of thinkers, visual artists, musicians, and storytellers. They are committed to the evolution of participatory culture through various collaborative projects spanning a variety of traditional and non-traditional mediums including drawing, painting, music, video, print and installation.

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Clements Lock & Security

Clements has been a South City institution since 1973. Opened by husband and wife Joe and Paula Clements, the business moved from its Arsenal location to Cherokee Street in 2018. Resident locksmith, Scott, has been making keys for decades. His motto? “Keys made by humans work better”.

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