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    St Louis, MO

    Temporary furnished apartments in an enviable country setting close to St. Louis, MO. Set in mature wooded grounds, this relaxed apartment community represents some...

    Flordawn Drive

    Florissant, St Louis, MO

    Short-term furnished apartments in Florissant, MO. Set in lush, landscaped grounds and built around a lake, the setting is idyllic. Apartments are spacious and...

    Greenway Manor

    Florissant, St Louis, MO

    Short-term furnished apartments set in mature landscaped grounds close to Florissant, MO. This friendly apartment community offers a range of spacious apartments that offer...

    Village Green

    Chesterfield, St Louis, MO

    Short term housing in prestigious Chesterfield, MO. This is a lovely setting for some choice furnished apartments. Set in a quiet location and surrounded...

    Willow Bend

    St Louis, Town and Country, MO

    Lovely furnished apartments set in 22 acres of landscaped grounds close to Town and Country, MO. This attractive redbrick apartment community has a lovely...

St. Louis is a major port city in Missouri and is home to around 311,00 people. It’s an independent city that borders Illinois along the Mississippi River.

Brief history of St. Louis
Originally peopled by the Native Mississippians, the area was originally settled by French fur traders who did business with the locals of the time. The traders named their city after King Louis IX of France who was regent of the time in 1764.The area was then owned by Spain for a while before being acquired as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.

St. Louis grew as a port city and was the fourth largest city in the country for a while. As it was the starting point of Lewis and Clark’s expedition and where both settled after their travels, St. Louis because a natural stopping off point for exploration into the new country.

St. Louis was recognized as a city in 1822 and continued to grow thanks to its port and trade connections. The completion of Eads Bridge helped increase trade routes east and west while riverboat traffic continued up and down the Mississippi. The modern city is still a trade hub but has also developed industries of its own.

Doing business in St. Louis
St. Louis is an industrious city with a wide and diverse economy. It is still largely supported by trade and manufacturing but also counts healthcare, social service, technical services and retail as primary wealth providers.

St. Louis is home to a number of notable companies such as Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Monsanto, Reinsurance Group of America, Centene, Graybar Electric, Edward Jones Investments, Arch Coal, Scottrade, Wells Fargo Advisors, Energizer Holdings, Patriot Coal, Post Foods, United Van Lines, and Mayflower Transit, Ralcorp, Hardee’s, Olin and Enterprise Holdings. Other companies have a presence in the city. Boeing has a significant presence here too and employs over 15,000 people.

Other highlights of St. Louis
Thanks to mass immigration from Ireland, Germany and Italy, there is a strong Roman Catholic presence in St. Louis that adds a lot of character to the city. There are lots of churches of course, but the arts, music and entertainment are also prevalent.

The Gateway Arch in downtown St. Louis is probably one of our most iconic landmarks along with Basilica of St. Louis, King of France, St. Louis Abbey and St. Francis de Sales Oratory being just three.

City character
St. Louis is a lively and friendly city that values its free time as much as work and careers. Music plays a big part in the local culture along with religion and entertainment. We really do enjoy our free time and there are lots of ways to spend it here, from the zoo to Six Flags, Forest Park to the Anheuser-Busch factory tour.

Blues, jazz, and ragtime take pride of place in our consciousness along with other forms of music. St. Louis is home to the second-oldest symphony orchestra in the United States, the St. Louis Symphony and one of the oldest radio stations in the country, KFUO-FM.

St. Louis has 78 neighborhoods including Academy, Baden, Benton Park, Benton Park West, Bevo Mill, Botanical Heights, Boulevard Heights, Carondelet, Carr Square, Central West End, Cheltenham, Clayton Tamm, Clifton Heights, College Hill, Columbus Square, Compton Heights, Covenant Blu Grand Center, DeBaliviere Place, Downtown, Downtown West, Dutchtown, Ellendale, Fairground, Forest Park Southeast, Fountain Park, Fox Park, Franz Park, Gravois Park, Hamilton Heights, Hi Pointe, Holly Hills, Hyde Park, Kings Oak, Kingsway East, Kingsway West, Kosciusko, Lafayette Square, LaSalle Park, Lewis Place, Lindenwood Park, Marine Villa, Mark Twain, McKinley Heights, Midtown, Mount Pleasant, Near North Riverfront, North Hampton, North Point, North Riverfront, O’Fallon, Old North St. Louis, Patch, Peabody Darst Webbe, Penrose, Princeton Heights, Riverview, Shaw, Skinker DeBaliviere, Soulard, Southampton, Southwest Garden, St. Louis Hills, St. Louis Place, The Gate District, The Greater Ville, The Hill, The Ville, Tiffany, Tower Grove East, Tower Grove South, Vandeventer, Visitation Park, Walnut Park East, Walnut Park West, Wells Goodfellow, West End and Wydown Skinker.