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Featured Apartments in St. Louis, MO
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.
St. Louis MO, 63121
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!
St. Louis MO, 63137
Less Than 1 Mile From St. Louis University...Near Downtown, Hospitals, and Parks...Newly Renovated Apartments At A Price You Can Afford...
St. Louis MO, 63104
Let Village Green show YOU how we put RESIDENTS FIRST! Hutcheson Arms is blocks from Tower Grove Park and very near to Downtown and St. Louis University!
St. Louis MO, 63104
Quiet Location on a Private Street...
St. Louis MO, 63125
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St. Louis, MO
Overview of St. Louis
Sometimes, it's nice to know exactly where you stand. In St. Louis, you can relax knowing that you're right on the edge of the wild and wooly west. This is the Gateway City, where Louis and Clark set off on their expedition to the Pacific. Those two intrepid travellers returned two years later to a first-rate St. Louis homecoming of barbeque, blues, and baseball. Okay, fine. That may not be exactly how it happened historically, but-if you rent a St. Louis apartment-it's the sort of welcome you can look forward to.
Living in St. Louis
St. Louis was founded in 1764. Back then it was part of New Spain and Upper French Louisiana. It wasn't until after the Louisiana Purchase that the United States of America claimed this prize of a city. St. Louis grew up with river traffic and industry. The city hit a rough patch during the second half of the 20th century, but urban revitalization has been helping St. Louis bounce back with style.
If you're not familiar with the city, St. Louis lies along the western bank of the Mississippi River, just across from Illinois. You'll want to explore the neighborhoods to get a good feel for what's on tap here. The Loop is hot for hipsters. Check out Ladue to mingle with the upper crust and to gawk at their stately homes. For a stroll past sidewalk cafes, head for the Central West End. That's a neighborhood lively with bars, galleries, and more.
Work & Study in St. Louis
Those looking for employment in St. Louis will find opportunity in the fields of health care, services, manufacturing, trade, transportation, and tourism. A good number of major companies operate from this part of the country, keeping residents busy. Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Anheuser-Busch, Energizer, and Monsanto are just a few off the list. Universities in town include Washington University and Saint Louis University.
Cost of Living in St. Louis
Of the United States' 20 largest metropolitan areas, St. Louis has the lowest cost of living. Across the board, almost everything will cost you less here as compared to the national average. Rents in St. Louis are reasonable, too. A two-bedroom apartment in St. Louis rents for $958 a month. With a rental vacancy rate of 11.4 percent, St. Louis apartment hunting shouldn't be too hard on you, either.
St. Louis Attractions & Entertainment
St. Louis' top attraction is the Gateway Arch. Designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen, this majestic structure honors the westward expansion of the United States. It's part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial along the river. For a family day out, try the Saint Louis Zoo or the City Museum-an interactive experience that's half playground and half wonderland. You can take a tram up to the top to enjoy the spectacular view.
Naturally, there are a ton of other entertainment options in St. Louis. You can catch some of the local blues or ragtime music, feast on fantastic barbecue, or head to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery for a beer. If you're a baseball fan, St. Louis is rightfully proud of the Cardinals. Not as dramatically successful but still well loved are the St. Louis Blues on the ice and the St. Louis Rams playing football.
St. Louis Special Events
Once you get settled in St. Louis, you'll want to start making time for the festivals. The calendar stays busy year-round in this part of Missouri. There's the Loop Ice Carnival, Soulard Mardi Gras, the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival, the Big Muddy Blues Festival, and Taste of St. Louis all to look forward to.
Whatever brings you to St. Louis, Rent.com® would love to make it easy for you to get comfortable as quickly as possible. Browsing our listings of St. Louis apartments should be your first step towards finding a new home.