News & Events

Keep up with what's going on with the 24:1 Community Land Trust and the 24:1 community.

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      0216172017

      Please note the following changes at the 24:1 Cinema

      Effective Friday, February 24, 2017, daily box office prices will increase $1
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      0130172017

      24:1 COMMUNITY IMPACT REPORT

      We invite you to review our key 2017 achievements! Learn of the combined efforts of the 24:1 Community Land Trust (CLT) and our partners at Beyond Housing and the specific impact of our work in the communities we serve. 2016 Impact Report
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      0119172017

      Pine Lawn Manor 2017

      The 24:1 Community Land Trust (CLT) will build 41 new three-bedroom homes, some with finished lower levels and one-car garages. The homes will be built near the Pine Lawn Homes development and with easy access to a community playground and other amenities and shops – all part of the “garden city” concept in Pine Lawn that will feature a mix of homes in a park-like atmosphere. The master plan is to create a neighborhood where residents can easily access schools, transportation, stores, and other services.The new homes are part of a $5.8 million master plan in partnership with the cities o
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    • 0117172017

      24:1 Annual Community Meeting and Open House

      On Tuesday, January 10th we were pleased to welcome over 200 of our friends and neighbors to the 24:1 Annual Community Meeting and Open House.
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      0720162016

      Membership to 24:1 CLT Growing

      More than 80 residents and business leaders in the Normandy Schools Collaborative are enjoying the perks of membership in the 24:1 Community Land Trust Member Association. Members gain the ability to vote on projects proposed for the economic growth and development of the community, elect three of the nine 24:1 CLT board members, get the latest news updates on how 24:1 CLT is reviving the community, and receive discounts at affiliated businesses, such as the 24:1 Cinema in Pagedale. The annual cost of membership is $20. To join, contact Ava Smith, 24:1 CLT Homeownership Advisor, at (314)
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      0531162016

      Construction Crew: We Want You!

      The 24 communities that comprise the Normandy school district are the targeted areas for the economic growth and development efforts of Beyond Housing and the 24:1 Community Land Trust. With 24 communities slated for improvement, a great deal of construction and demolition labor is required. Since Jan.1, 2016, the 24:1 Construction Company, L.L.C., has hired 13 people from Pagedale and surrounding communities. Organization leaders anticipate additional hiring to take place in the coming months, as projects continue to be added. For more information about jobs available through Beyond
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      0531162016

      City of Northwoods Gets a Facelift

      The City of Northwoods underwent significant chiseling and contouring at the hands of the dedicated construction crews of the 24:1 Construction Company, L.L.C. In 2015, Beyond Housing awarded Northwoods residents $500,000 in services and supplies to renovate homes, fix roofs, and rehab home exteriors. The work continues in 2016, this time with a focus on interior renovations. In a joint venture with St. Louis Economic Development (formerly St. Louis County Economic Council) and the 24:1 Community Land Trust (24:1 CLT), Beyond Housing will determine the recipients of an additional $600,000
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      0531162016

      Pagefest Celebrates New Life in Pagedale

      Beyond Housing and the 24:1 Community Land Trust recently hosted “Pagefest” to highlight the many new businesses and services Pagedale now offers.
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      0531162016

      Beyond Housing Gains Membership with NCST

      In May 2016, Beyond Housing has joined the ranks of organizations belonging to the National Community Stabilization Trust (NCST), a nonprofit organization that works to revitalize and protect communities with a substantial number of vacant and abandoned properties. As a member of NCST, Beyond Housing now has the opportunity to be among the first bidders on Freddie Mac and Fannie May properties, including those within the boundaries of the Normandy school district. Only three other nonprofit organizations in the St. Louis area are members of NCST—none of which are in the Normandy School
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      0531162016

      24:1 Cinema Now Open in Pagedale

      Now showing in Pagedale: blockbuster movies at discounted prices. The 24:1 Cinema, located at 6755 Page Avenue, is now open for business. Patrons have the opportunity to see the latest trending, big-screen movies at affordable prices (just $4.50 per ticket). In mid-June, the 24:1 Cinema will kick off its Summer Series of family films, offering second run, family friendly movies for $1 per ticket every Tuesday in June and July at 9:30 a.m. Also on Tuesdays, members of the 24:1 Community Land Trust (24:1 CLT) Member Association receive a free popcorn and drink with each regularly priced mov
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      0531162016

      24:1 Cinema Offers Fundraising Opportunity

      Let’s go to the movies! Let’s go Redbird Rookies! Now local choirs, churches, ball teams and bands can combine their love of the theater with their passion for their community organizations. The 24:1 Cinema is offering qualifying organizations in the Normandy school district the opportunity to sell movie coupon booklets as a fundraising tool. The coupon booklets, valued at $10, are available to qualifying organizations at $5 per booklet. Members of the school, church or sports team can in turn resell the booklets in the community for $10 per booklet, making a 50 percent profit on all
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      0531162016

      RedDough Money Center Operating in Pagedale

      Pagedale residents have a new place to turn to for financial resources: RedDough Money Center. Located at 6724 Page Avenue, RedDough Money Center offers low-cost check-cashing services, short-term loans, bill paying, money orders and transfers, and reloadable debit cards to individuals without a personal banking account. Unlike predatory lending agencies, RedDough Money Center is a nonprofit organization that offers lower interest rates on short-term loans and reinvests its profits into the community it serves through the support of financial education and social services. Adjacent t
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