Located in the Gravois Park Neighborhood, Gravois Park was originally settled by German and Eastern European immigrants. Today a large number of second- and third-generation residents continue to reside in their family homes, reflecting the quality of life of the neighborhood and a commitment among its residents to maintain community standards. Reflecting its settlement at the turn of the twentieth century, the neighborhood’s architectural mix includes the Froebel Elementary School, founded in 1895. The majority of the neighborhood was constructed in the early to mid-1900s. This building used to be the Cherokee Theatre that opened in 1911 as a legitimate theater by O.T. Crawford. The theatre was located across the street from from where the Cinderella Theatre was to open a short time later. The Cherokee Theatre, was a two story building with ornate terra cotta along the roof and down the sides of the theatre. It has a large lobby with three aisles leading into the auditorium. There were three columns on each side of the auditorium with lighting shining down on them from the ceiling. It was later operated by the Wehrenberg circuit. This made a total of three theatres on Cherokee Street operated by the Wehrenbergs. The Cherokee Theatre was closed in 1931 and a Niesners 5 and 10 store moved into the theatre. Available Now! Located in the Historic Proper Shoe building, this restaurant space is nestled within the Cherokee Arts District and is conveniently located near major intersections (Jefferson Ave & Gravois Ave), public transportation, restaurants and boutiques. UPDATED PHOTOS TO COME!