Welcome to the
University Hills Neighborhood
in University City, Missouri

History and Activities

University Hills is not only a wonderful place to call home, but a community rich in history and activities.
 

University Hills Women - "Where neighbors become friends"

University Hills Women, open to all women in University Hills, promotes communication and friendship among neighbors, through a broad range of activities and events.  Click here to go to the University Hills Women's website at uhillswomen.org.
 

University Hills History

University Hills has a history as interesting as its architecture.   Cyrus Willmore purchased the land from James G. Creveling in 1922 and 1923 started the University Hills subdivision.   Mr. Willmore was known for the quality of his work and University Hills is a prime example.   In 1986, the Missouri Office of Historic Preservation completed an Historic Inventory of each home as well as the First Presbyterian Church.  We woud like to thank the Missouri Office of Historic Preservation for allowing us to present the entire inventory to you below.

If you would like additional historical information, The Historical Society of University City sells the booklet "University Hills: A Brief History of Its Planning and Development" by Esley Hamilton at the University City Public Library.


Bedford_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
3.2 MB


Creveling_-_University_HIlls_Historic.pdf
5.2 MB


First_Presbyterian_Church_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
247.7 KB


Greenway_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
6.4 MB



Kingsbury_-_University_HIlls_Historic.pdf
9.7 MB


Midvale_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
4.7 MB


Norwood_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
2.1 MB


Overhill_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
1.7 MB


Pershing_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
12.2 MB


Purdue_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
8.2 MB


Stratford_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
7.6 MB


Teasdale_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
3.8 MB


Warren_-_University_Hills_Historic.pdf
5.1 MB
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