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Featured Apartments in Eureka, MO
Rent Your Home..Own Your Life...A Luxury Home You Can Afford...See the Trees and Not the Traffic...
Eureka MO, 63025
Affordably Priced Apartments Located 10 Minutes from Fenton, Gravois Bluffs, House Springs and Close to Hwys 30 & 44...Quiet Country Setting.
Eureka MO, 63049
Washer and dryer hook ups in every town house...Huge floor plans...Lots of floor plans to choose from...
Eureka MO, 63129
Newly updated units... Huge Floor Plans Up to 1,100 sqft...Close to 270 & 44...
Eureka MO, 63126
Enjoy 6 Acres of Spacious Grounds...Fully Remodeled 2 bedroom Apartments w/ Washer & Dryer Available...Conveniently Located at Tesson Ferry at 270...
Eureka MO, 63128
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Overview of Eureka
Eureka is a small suburb of St. Louis that retains a charming atmosphere, low crime rate, and easy access to metropolitan amenities. This family-friendly community maintains more than 164 acres of park and public land, and is home to a city-wide trail system. People looking for Eureka apartments for rent will enjoy the prime location and convenient amenities of this quiet suburb. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Eureka has dramatically increased over the past two decades from about 4,600 residents to nearly 10,200 people today.
Living in Eureka, MO
In 1853, the Missouri Pacific Railroad was constructed along the east side of where Eureka currently sits, and five years later it was incorporated as a village. By 1890, Eureka became a prosperous town with about 100 homes, farmland, country roads, and several businesses.
People living in Eureka rentals and homes have plenty of opportunities for employment in downtown St. Louis, which offers jobs for a diverse range of skill levels and industries. Some of the top employers are BJC Healthcare Hospital, Boeing Defense, Washington University, Scott Air Force Base Military, and the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
Residents in Eureka benefit from the town's layout, which makes it very walkable according to Walkscore.com. The overall cost of living is fairly average at 3 percent higher than the national average. However, residents who travel to work will have to factor the high average commute time of about 32 minutes into their budget.
Eureka Attractions and Special Events
Eureka is home to one of the biggest family tourist attraction in the Midwest: Six Flags. On average, 2 to 3 million visitors enjoy the towering thrill rides and kid-friendly coasters annually.
Residents of Eureka can travel to any of St. Louis' top attractions in minutes, such as the Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, the Saint Louis Zoo, and the Missouri Botanical Garden.
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