About

The North Newstead Association (NNA) is a Missouri not-for-profit corporation designated by the City of St.   Louis as a Community Based Development Organization, or “CBDO” for purposes of the Community Development Block Grant Program and it is designated by the City of St. Louis as a Community Housing Development Organization, or “CHDO” for purposes of Home Investment Partnerships Program.

The organization has a membership of local businesses, neighborhood residents and community leaders and is governed by a 10 member Board of Directors. The organization has been active since its incorporation in 1993 and currently serves the St. Louis City neighborhoods of Penrose, O’Fallon, Fairground, Carr Square, Jeff Vander Lou, St. Louis Place, Old North, Columbus Square, and the Gate District.

Its mission is to bring community partners together to promote economic well being in the North Newstead Association geographic area by providing affordable housing and family support services to the areas low and moderate-income residents.

To date, North Newstead Association has constructed, rehabilitated, or in the process of rehabilitating nearly 190 affordable housing units. We have attracted several new businesses and improved the façade of over fifty businesses already in the area.

We can be contacted at 314-385-4343 office, 314-385-3984 office, 314-385-4434 fax, or by email at smartinez@sfm-stl.com.  Our mailing address is 4601 Pope Ave., St. Louis, MO 63115.

The North Newstead Association is an equal opportunity agency.

“This activity is financed (in part) (wholly) through an allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration”

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