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Apartments for Rent in St. Louis, MO - 71 Results

  • Apartment
    4431 Chouteau, Suite 1101, St. Louis, MO 63110
    $1,325 - $1,765
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2.5 Baths
    • 801 - 1,373 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1031 Highlands Plaza Drive West, St. Louis, MO 63110
    $1,185 - $3,892
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2.5 Baths
    • 863 - 1,659 Sqft
  • Apartment
    3939 West Pine, St. Louis, MO 63108
    $1,735 - $2,385
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 684 - 1,435 Sqft
  • Apartment
    6111 Pershing, St. Louis, MO 63112
    • 3 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    • 1,345 Sqft
  • Apartment
    6124 Pershing, St. Louis, MO 63112
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    • 665 - 698 Sqft
  • Apartment
    400 S. 4Th Street, St. Louis, MO 63102
    $1,158 - $11,923
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-3 Baths
    • 667 - 2,828 Sqft
  • Apartment
    625 North Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO 63108
    $975 - $2,928
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 497 - 1,471 Sqft
  • Apartment
    5457 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
    $575 - $600
    • 1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    • 550 - 563 Sqft
  • Apartment
    6163 Pershing, St. Louis, MO 63112
    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1,142 - 1,193 Sqft
  • Apartment
    4055 Laclede, St. Louis, MO 63108-3267
    $1,228 - $1,701
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 724 - 1,094 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1919 O'fallon Street, St. Louis, MO 63106-0348
    $696
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    • 480 - 806 Sqft
  • Apartment
    4575 Cadet Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110-1500
    $637 - $890
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    • 476 - 710 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1024 North Sarah Street, St. Louis, MO 63113
    $822 - $1,058
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2.5 Baths
    • 653 - 1,264 Sqft
  • Apartment
    728 Biddle Street, St. Louis, MO 63101-3111
    • 1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    • 499 - 618 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1700 N. 20Th St., St. Louis, MO 63106-2621
    $571 - $857
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 461 - 970 Sqft
  • Apartment
    205 North 18Th Street, St. Louis, MO 63103-2234
    $385 - $659
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    • 411 - 543 Sqft
  • Apartment
    703 O''fallon St, St. Louis, MO 63106-4533
    $789 - $843
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 691 - 1,300 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1920 Cass Ave, St. Louis, MO 63106-3251
    $807 - $1,125
    • 2-4 Beds
    • 1-2.5 Baths
    • 814 - 1,477 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1405 North 16Th Street, St. Louis, MO 63106
    $442 - $697
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-1.5 Baths
    • 572 - 974 Sqft
  • Apartment
    1001 North Compton Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63106-1709
    $658 - $1,241
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 662 - 1,266 Sqft
  • Apartment
    703 O''fallon St., St. Louis , MO 63106
    $860
    • 2 Beds
    • 1.5 Baths
    • 973 Sqft
  • Apartment
    703 O'fallon St., St. Louis , MO 63106
    $789 - $930
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    • 691 - 1,300 Sqft
  • Apartment
    5602 Enright Ave, St. Louis, MO 60112-2621
    $435 - $525
    • Studio-2 Beds
    • 1 Bath
    • 341 - 696 Sqft

Renter's Guide to St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri is the second-largest city in Missouri, about the same size as Cincinnati, Ohio.  About equidistant from Chicago, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Nashville, St. Louis is located at four hours’ drive from these cities. Renter's Guide to St Louis MONicknamed the Gateway to the West, the city is known worldwide for the iconic Gateway Arch that commemorates the westward expansion of the US through the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. Today, the city is one of the Best Cities for Hockey Fans according to a WalletHub report, and is also home to the St. Louis Cardinals MLB team.

St. Louis was ranked as one of the top cities for college graduates based on the number of job opportunities, things to do and quality of life in general.

St. Louis boasts the second largest amount of free visitor attractions in the continental U.S.—outran only by Washington, D.C.—, making it very welcoming for family vacationers and adventurers on a budget.

In the summer, the temperature reaches a high average of 89ºF with high humidity levels and no dry season. In the winter, the temperature reaches a low average of 21ºF with the lowest amount of rainfall for the city averaging 2.14 inches.

St. Louis, MO Demographics

  • Total Population339,356
  • Female 164,461
    Male 174,894
  • Median Age33.24

Cost of Living in St. Louis, MO

A regular bus fare in St. Louis costs $2.00 for an adult, while children under the age of 5 ride free with a fare-paying adult. Reduced fares are offered (proof may be requested) for children between the ages of 5 and 12, for seniors aged 65+, and for customers with disabilities.

St. Louis offers both a bus system and a metro transit system, helping the city to reach a below-average commute time of about 23 minutes.

St. Louis County & Yellow Cab offers over 250 taxicabs, and there are several other taxi services in the city, making it moderately easy to find a cab in the city.

Hungry? Prices for a meal for two at mid-range restaurants in St. Louis range between $35 and $65 and average out at about $50, while a regular cappuccino costs $3.75 on average.

For the utilities in a 915-square-foot apartment, St. Louis residents pay around $144, which is slightly lower than the national average of $147.

St. Louis, MO Average Rent

  • St. Louis, MO Average Rental Price, December, 2016$903/mo
  • Studio$666
  • 1 Bedroom$852
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,069

St. Louis, MO Apartment Rent Ranges

  • 7%< $500
  • 26%$501-$700
  • 30%$701-$1,000
  • 24%$1,001-$1,500
  • 9%$1,501-$2,000
  • 3%> $2,000

St. Louis, MO Rent Trends

All Rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Average Rent December, 2016 $903 $666 $852 $1,069
Jan / 2016 $884 $655 $814 $1,044
Sept / 2015 $885 $646 $838 $1,065
May / 2015 $871 $631 $833 $1,035
Jan / 2015 $836 $625 $801 $995
Sept / 2014 $841 $642 $792 $990
May / 2014 $833 $640 $777 $942
Jan / 2014 $807 $617 $759 $954
Sept / 2013 $790 $617 $762 $925
May / 2013 $773 $607 $741 $907
Jan / 2013 $778 $594 $749 $909
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Living in Saint Louis

Despite the large percentage of middle-aged inhabitants, the St. Louis nightlife offers plenty of options that cater to the young population, mainly for those in their twenties. Finally, the general cost of living is lower than in many other places in the state and elsewhere, making it easy to enjoy the city on a budget.

However, there are also a few disadvantages of living in St. Louis. St. Louis ranked as one of the worst cities to raise a family due to poorly performing public schools and the small number of children under the age of eighteen living in the city.

St. Louis’ job growth lags other U.S. cities despite 2016 being its best year in this regard since 2006, and its reputation as a good place for college graduates to settle.

Although the number of crimes in St. Louis has been on a slow decline since 2011, the city has consistently been named one of the most dangerous cities in the U.S. due to its above-average crime rates both in the city and in the wider metropolitan area.

Things to do in St. Louis

New residents will find a lot of interesting and unique things to do in St. Louis. One of the first things you should do is to check out the St. Louis Gateway Arch—built as a memorial to President Thomas Jefferson, the Louisiana Purchase and Lewis and Clark’s historic expedition.

The St. Louis Zoo is always a great place to go for a Sunday outing. Named one of the nation’s best zoological parks, it showcases more than 18,000 wild animals.

You will never tire of the number of museums in the city either. For example, if you are a dog lover, be sure to also check out the St. Louis Museum of the Dog, the world’s only museum that is dedicated exclusively to man’s best friend.

Sports activities abound in St. Louis too. Going to a ball game in St. Louis is more than just going to Busch Stadium and see the Cardinals play.  You can grab a drink before the game at the first-of-its-kind Ballpark Village just north of the stadium, then get settled in the 47,000-seat stadium for an enjoyable night of baseball.

Visiting the historic Union Station is another truly unique St. Louis experience—after ceasing railroad operations, the station reopened in 1985 as one of St. Louis’ best places to eat, drink, and shop.

Some of the biggest annual events in St. Louis include The Loop Ice Carnival, the St. Louis Earth Day Festival, and the St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival.

Bringing the family to Carondelet Park, Tower Grove Park, Forest Park, Longview Farm, or Downtown’s Citygarden Park in are some of the best things to do with kids in St. Louis.

Employment & Economy in Saint Louis

St. Louis is home to 19 Fortune 1000 companies, including the brewing company Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., and the original location of Panera Bread (known there as the St. Louis Bread Co.) - one of the city’s three fastest-growing national companies. St. Louis is also active in the manufacturing sector as well as the base for numerous national insurance and brokerage firms.

St. Louis, MO Households

  • Total Number of Households152,388
  • Family 71,645
    Non-family 80,743
  • Children 39,819
    No Children 112,572
  • Average People Per Household2.12
  • Median Household Income$33,837
  • Median Household Disposable Income$36,162

St. Louis, MO Crime Rate and Statistics

National Average

Below Average 100 Above Average
Total Crime Risk
494
Assault Risk
558
Automotive Theft Risk
523
Property Crime Risk
403
Rape Risk
234
Robbery Risk
545

Top Colleges in St. Louis

Continuing your education will not be a problem when living in St. Louis.

St. Louis University, the oldest university west of the Mississippi, is located on the Mississippi Riverfront. Other top St. Louis schools include Washington University, University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Webster University.

St. Louis, MO Education Statistics

  • 9%No High School
  • 18%Some HighSchool
  • 29%Some College
  • 8%Associate Degree
  • 21%Bachelor Degree
  • 15%Graduate Degree

Tips for Renting in St Louis

If you are looking to move to St. Louis from Chicago, one of the first things you will notice is the amount of space.  The population density, even downtown, is much lower. Moving to St. Louis from New York or California, you will notice that life runs at a much slower pace on the banks of the Mississippi River.

In St. Louis, landlords are required to give at least a 60-day notice to terminate the tenancy of a year-to-year leasing contract. Similarly, month-to-month leases require written notice at least one month prior.

If the lease has been violated in any way, however, St. Louis landlords are permitted to give notice as late as only ten days before the move-out day.

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