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Featured Apartments in Ferguson, MO
Central North County Location...17 Beautifully Landscaped Acres...Exceptional Ferguson-Florissant Schools
Ferguson MO, 63135
ONE Bedroom Apartment Community. Rates start as low as $395/mo. On-site Laundry facilities and a large pool. NO APPLICATION FEE TO APPLY!!
Ferguson MO, 63074
Classic styling and old world charm has never looked so good! Relax in either your charming one or two bedroom garden style home amidst 52 beautiful rolling acres!PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED BY PROFESSIONAL EQUITIES, INC., AMO RECIPIENT OF THE 2013 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OF THE YEAR AWARD BY THE ST. LOUIS APARTMENT ASSOCIATION.
Ferguson MO, 63121
Ferguson MO, 63074
Charming community that offers quality and affordability! Located in a quiet residential subdivision only 1/4 mile from the city hall and police department! Our community is only five minutes from I-270 and fifteen minutes from downtown. MAX INCOME LIMITS APPLYPROFESSIONALLY MANAGED BY PROFESSIONAL EQUITIES, INC., AMO RECEIPIENT OF THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT OF THE YEAR AWARD BY THE ST. LOUIS APARTMENT ASSOCIATION!
Ferguson MO, 63137
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Overview of Ferguson
With its diverse neighborhoods, individualistic charm and unique history, Ferguson, Mo., is one of Missouri's finest cities. Many residents enjoy living in Ferguson apartments for rent because of their close proximity to everything a big city like St. Louis has to offer but still having all of the small-town amenities that make this community a great place to live. According to City-Data, community togetherness is not the only thing that is driving so many residents into this community. The cost of living index in Ferguson is nearly 11 points below the U.S. average, making it a very affordable place to live as well. A young city, the median resident age in Ferguson is younger than 35, meaning that this city has an eye for the future and is showing no signs of slowing down.
Living in Ferguson, MO
The city is named after William Ferguson, one of the city's first founders who deeded his strip of land to provide for the North Missouri Railroad, one of the biggest triggers for Ferguson's early commercial growth. By the end of the 1800s, Ferguson has established itself as a significant hub for freight and passenger rail. Today, Ferguson has grown into one of St. Louis' finest suburbs, but is still a city in its own right. According to information from the U.S. Census Bureau, Ferguson is home to more than 21,000 residents, and that number is expected to rise as more people find out about this charming Midwestern community.
Ferguson Attractions and Special Events
One of the biggest community events held in Ferguson is the annual Ferguson Streetfest. Complete with beer samples, live bands, food vendors and a great spirit of community, this city-wide event is something that many Ferguson residents look forward to each year.
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