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Covenant House – St. Louis, Mo.

​1973 – Covenant Place consists of three buildings. Harvey Gerstein, the first building board president, helped get the initial project funded. Gerstein took over as the chairman of the national senior housing program after its founder Abe Cramer stepped down.

Recently, the property has redeveloped and redesigned the campus for affordable senior housing. In June 2016, Covenant Place I Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Building opened. The building consists of 101 apartments and has numerous amenities, including a library, community room and furnished lobby.

In 2019 Covenant Place II Cahn Family Building and Mirowitz Center opened. The Cahn Family Building has 102 one–bedroom apartments. In addition, the Mirowitz Center includes restaurants (kosher and non-kosher), medical offices and community programming. These amenities are available to the residents of the buildings as well as to the seniors in the neighborhood.  The goal of this brand-new campus is to serve the older American population in the greater community. 

In addition, Covenant Place has plans for a new Phase III.

What follows the first picture are the original photos of the Covenant Place campus.