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Featured Apartments in Chesterfield, MO
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Chesterfield MO, 63017
One bedrooms from $670 Two bedrooms from $800 - Largest living space at the lowest cost in Chesterfield... Close to Logan & Maryville Universities ... AAA Parkway School District.NOW Pre-Leasing Completely Remodeled Apartments. Call today for availability and pricing.
Chesterfield MO, 63017
Convenient access to highway 40/Interstate 64...Only one mile from Everyday Shopping, Casual Dining, Specialty Shops and Fine Restaurants. Business Center for computing, printing and meetings. Stainless appliances, granite look countertops & solid oak cabinetry available.
Chesterfield MO, 63005
New Luxury Clubhouse with state of the art Fitness Center
Chesterfield MO, 63141
Nestled In The Heart Of Prestigious West County...Some Of The Largest Floor Plans In West County...Convenient To Major Interstates...
Chesterfield MO, 63017
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Overview of Chesterfield
Chesterfield apartments for rent are an excellent way to join this thriving population of an estimated 47,471 people. The city encompasses 31.78 square miles of land in the central region of Missouri, near the state line of Illinois. It has only been incorporated since 1988 and is a relatively young city.
Chesterfield is located approximately 25 miles west of downtown St. Louis, Ill., situated along Interstate 64. People can find a diverse business district, tree-lined neighborhoods, green valleys and rolling hills, busy shopping districts and horse farms all blended seamlessly together here in Chesterfield. The city is incredibly family-friendly as nearly one-fourth of its population is under the age of 18.
Residents enjoy Chesterfield's wide variety of homes, its reputable senior living facilities, highly rated school districts, and numerous historic and cultural attractions.
Living in Chesterfield, MO
While Chesterfield is a young, new city, it also has a rich and interesting history. Previously, there were six different towns and communities located within what is presently Chesterfield's city limits. As the communities began to grow together, the different towns merged and their individual post offices closed down until only Chesterfield's remained.
Chesterfield apartments can be found in a wide variety due to the city's history. Each community added a new layer of diversity to the neighborhood. The city hosts more than 20 homes that are more than 100 years old and a historic village, newly constructed and evolving structures and sparkling mid-level business buildings. Residents can particularly appreciate being able to take eat at award-winning restaurants, and visit art galleries, luxury hotels, a community theatre and a large ice skating complex.
Chesterfield Work and Study
Business professionals and students could find apartments near Chesterfield to be viable and attractive options. The city of Chesterfield website revealed there are more than 2,000 businesses located here, which employ about 36,000 people. Boasting a robust economy and steady commercial growth, the city has a bright outlook. The community is peppered with high-tech companies, healthcare centers and major manufacturing firms. Chesterfield's largest employer is St. Luke's Hospital, followed by Parkway School District and Delmar Gardens Enterprises.
Students seeking an education in the health or medical industry can find the Logan College of Chiropractic here. Logan was established in 1935 and is known to be among the top chiropractic colleges and universities in all of North America. The institution offers programs for students to get a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation and in Nutrition and Human Performance.
Rentals in Chesterfield, MO and Cost of Living
According to data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau, Chesterfield rentals have a vacancy rate of 8.2 percent, and median gross rent was $946 as of 2010. Roughly 44.3 percent of all renters fall in the gross rent range of $750 to $999, with more than 70 percent of total renters falling in the wider gross rent range of $750 to $1,499. The data further indicated that nearly two-fifths 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 Chesterfield was assigned a value of 92.1 points, which is 7.9 percent less than the national average of 100 points.
Chesterfield Attractions and Special Events
There are a number of notable attractions available to people living in Chesterfield apartments and visitors. The 200-acre Faust Park is a top attraction and is one of St. Louis County's most unique parks. Located in the heart of Chesterfield and created in 1968, visitors can find the St. Louis Carousel, playgrounds and the Thornhill Historic Site at the park.
While in Chesterfield, residents and visitors should take advantage of the local arts. The city was presented with the 2011 Creative Community Award by the Missouri Arts Council for its efforts in making the arts a main feature of the community. Stages St. Louis and the Stages Performing Arts Academy can both be found here, along with numerous art galleries, museums and other cultural attractions.
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