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North Hampton, St. Louis

North Hampton
St. Louis neighborhood
Location of North Hampton within St. Louis
Location of North Hampton within St. Louis
Country United States
State Missouri
City St. Louis
Wards 10, 23, 24
 • Total 0.92 sq mi (2.4 km2)
Population (2010)[1]
 • Total 7,892
 • Density 8,600/sq mi (3,300/km2)
ZIP code(s) Parts of 63109, 63139
Area code(s) 314

North Hampton is a neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. Located in Southwest City, Northampton is bounded by Scanlan and Connecticut to the north, South Kingshighway Boulevard to the east, Chippewa Street to the south, and Hampton Avenue to the west.

Two smaller neighborhoods make up North Hampton. The Tilles Park neighborhood occupies the area from Hampton Avenue to Macklind Avenue, and the Kingshighway Hills neighborhood occupies the area from Macklind Avenue to South Kingshighway Boulevard.

Tilles Park

The 29-acre (120,000 m2) Tilles Park was created by city ordinance 48569 in 1956. It was named after Andrew Tilles, a wealthy business man of the early 20th century. There is also a Tilles Park in St. Louis County.[2]


In 2010 North Hampton's racial makeup was 75.8% White, 15.2% Black, 0.3% Native American, 4.8% Asian, 2.5% Two Or More Races, and 1.5% Some Other Race. 4.1% of the population was of Hispanic or Latino origin.[3]


  1. ^ Census Summary By Neighborhoods
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External links

  • Kingshighway Hills Neighborhood Association
  • Tilles Park Neighborhood Association

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