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Rosé Day Comes to The Euclid

Rosé Day Comes to The Euclid

Now there's a reason to grab your friends and say "Rosé all day!" The Central West End will be the site for a day of wine tasting and fundraising on Saturday, May 19, from 12pm-6pm. The brand new luxury apartment complex called The Euclid will be among the tasting sites. Ten local non-profits will benefit from tickets sold that day. Those include Habitat for Humanity, Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls, Safe Connections, Magdalene St. Louis, Sista Strut, St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness, Center for Women in Transition, Saint Louis Crisis Nursery, Planned Parenthood and Lydia's House. 

Tickets:

https://www.rosedaystl.com

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The Euclid is featured in the May/June edition of Sophisticated Living magazine. Below is an excerpt from the story written by Joan Lerch. 

When your appetite says “Now!” and there’s an echo in your ‘fridge, dinner awaits just downstairs if you live at The Euclid, in the very walkable Central West End. The 72-unit property is home to the city’s first Shake Shack, the wildly popular restaurant from St. Louis native Danny Meyer. When the need for groceries can no longer be ignored, leave your car in the underground garage, and stroll over to the new Whole Foods Market. (Google maps declares it a 187-foot trip, door to door.)

At The Euclid’s recent grand opening celebration, it was SRO in the stunning two-story lobby. Upstairs in the glass-walled party room, enthusiasm was high. One visitor proclaimed, “We’ve lived in the Central West End for 20 years, and this is a fantastic addition. I love our house, but this could tempt me to move!”

 Inside The Euclid: Photo by Alise O'Brien

Inside The Euclid: Photo by Alise O'Brien

 Inside The Euclid: Photo By Alise O'Brien

Inside The Euclid: Photo By Alise O'Brien

 Shake Shack's Danny Meyer, a St. Louis native, visits his restaurant which sits just below The Euclid. Photo by Glenn Reigalman @glennmadefilms

Shake Shack's Danny Meyer, a St. Louis native, visits his restaurant which sits just below The Euclid. Photo by Glenn Reigalman @glennmadefilms

The luxury of choice is apparent not just in the neighborhood, with dozens of galleries, boutiques and restaurants a short walk away, but also in The Euclid’s creative architecture, where residents can choose from 16 different floor plans, and even the studio apartment includes a balcony and a washer/dryer. The latest technology is integrated throughout the property, with restricted access, keyless entry and WI-FI access in all common areas.

 

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