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Overview of Ballwin

The city of Ballwin is located in east central Missouri in the heart of West St. Louis County, approximately 13 miles south of St. Charles and 14 miles west of St. Louis. Ballwin apartments for rent are excellent ways to join the population of nearly 30,400 people.

Ballwin was named one of America's Best Places to Live by Money Magazine in 2005 as well as 2011, thanks to its exceptional school systems, prime location and very low crime rates. Ballwin was also named one of the 10 Best Towns for Families in August 2012 edition of Family Circle magazine.

Living in Ballwin, MO

John Ball was the first settler to arrive in the area where Ballwin sits today, and roads and rail routes to the area weren't built until 1826. The city originally went by the name of "Ballshow" but was officially named Ballwin in 1836. Ballwin was then incorporated as a city in 1950 and rapid development surged into the area. The construction of the roads and rails are attributed as the reason for Ballwin's rapid growth.

Ballwin Work and Study

People contemplating a move to Ballwin apartments can find a wealth of reasons to do so other than the city's fair share of positive press. Families particularly appreciate the triple A-rated Rockwood and Parkway School districts, while business professionals can appreciate the consistent effort the city makes to strengthen the relationship between business and community.

Students can find a number of higher education opportunities in Ballwin, as the city is located within 30 minutes of five major universities and colleges. Opportunities can be found at the Saint Louis Community College, Saint Louis University, Southern Illinois University and the University of Missouri.

Ballwin apartments are attractive options for business professionals. Money Magazine revealed that a majority of Ballwin residents commute out of the city for work to St. Louis. Data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that nearly 17,000 Ballwin residents make up the local labor force. City-Data information revealed that the manufacturing industry is Ballwin's most common industry, followed by retail trade. The most common occupations are sales representatives, services and wholesale and manufacturing.

Rentals in Ballwin, MO and Cost of Living

According to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, Ballwin rentals have a vacancy rate of 8.8 percent, and the median gross rent was $908 in 2010. Roughly 32.9 percent of renters fall in the gross rent range of $1,000 to $1,499, and roughly 32.8 percent of all renters fall in the range of $750 to $999. In all, 93.3 percent of renters fall in the wider range of $500 to $1,499. The data further indicated that nearly 34 percent of all renters reported spending 35 percent or more of their household income on gross rental costs.

City-Data information revealed that in March 2012, the cost of living in Ballwin was assigned a value of 90.6 points, which is 9.4 percent less than the national average of 100 points.

Ballwin Attractions and Special Events

Residents in Ballwin apartments have much to enjoy and take advantage of. Ballwin's Vlasis Park, for one, provides a number of recreational activities and amenities for residents, including two baseball diamonds, four tennis courts, two ponds, pavilions, sand volleyball courts, a walking path and a playground. Ballwin also hosts two state-of-the-art recreational facilities, The Pointe at Ballwin Commons Community Center and North Pointe Family Aquatic Center.

Notable Ballwin and nearby attractions include Gateway Arch, Missouri Botanical Gardens, Saint Louis Zoo, Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House, Saint Louis Art Museum and Castlewood State Park.

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