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Downtown / Soulard

St. Louis City

ST. LOUIS CITY ~ © 2009 Bill Cobb

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As the entertainment and employment center of the region, downtown St. Louis is an exciting place to live, work and play. From a contemporary loft in the Washington Avenue Garment District to that deluxe apartment in the sky overlooking the majestic Gateway Arch, this exciting part of the city beckons the urbanite in you!

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Midtown / Central West End

Central West End

Central West End ~ © 2009 Bill Cobb

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This cosmopolitan section of the city is the cultural and educational heart of St. Louis, located adjacent to beautiful Forest Park. High-rise apartment buildings, historic mansions and charming rowhouses blend with sidewalk cafes, boutiques and nightlife on the streets of this sought-after urban neighborhood.

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Clayton / Brentwood / Richmond Heights


Clayton ~ © 2009 Bill Cobb

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These dynamic suburbs are home to some of the region’s largest companies and desirable neighborhoods. Clayton is the county seat and employment hub of St. Louis County, and features beautiful tree-lined neighborhoods, fine dining and upscale shopping. Brentwood and Richmond Heights are retail and commercial centers with convenient transit and highway access. A variety of housing options can be found throughout these areas.

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Creve Coeur / Maryland Heights / Westport

These rapidly growing centers of commerce are becoming increasingly attractive locations for expanding businesses and relocating residents. Easy highway and airport access, affordable housing and good public schools make these suburban communities highly desirable.

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Des Peres / Town & Country / Chesterfield

Situated along the busy Highway 40/I-64 corridor in West St. Louis County, these attractive suburbs feature beautiful neighborhoods, numerous office parks and bustling shopping malls. Outstanding public and private school options abound in each of these communities.

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Kirkwood / Webster Groves / Glendale

These historic suburbs have long been known for their charm, community pride, nationally recognized schools, vibrant business community and passionate residents.

Major Attractions:

  • Magic House
  • Loretto-Hilton Performing Arts Center
  • Museum of Transportion
  • Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
  • Stages St. Louis
  • Webster University

South County

The family friendly south suburbs feature many leafy subdivisions and plenty of shopping and services. Interstates 44, 55 and 255 allow convenient access to employment centers throughout the metro area.

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North County

The northern portion of St. Louis County contains a large share of the region’s transportation infrastructure, employment and industry.

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  • St. Louis Mills
  • Jamestown Mall
  • Northwest Plaza
  • Lambert Airport


St. Charles County

One of the fastest-growing counties in the United States, St. Charles County is home to sprawling suburban communities and a variety of shopping, services and amenities.

Major Attractions:

  • St. Charles Convention Center
  • Ameristar Casino
  • Family Arena
  • Katy Trail State Park
  • Lewis & Clark Boat House & Nature Center
  • St. Peters Rec-Plex
  • First Missouri State Capitol
  • Mid-Rivers Mall

Metro East (Illinois)

The fast-growing Metro East has a number of interesting cities, towns and suburban communities with easy access to major expressways and public transit.

Major Attractions:

  • Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
  • Raging Rivers Water Park
  • Gateway International Raceway
  • St. Clair Square Mall
  • Carlyle Lake
  • Casino Queen