St. Louis

Immerse yourself in the "Gateway to the West" and call St. Louis home today in a Timberland Partners community! Becoming a resident of St. Louis (a St. Louisan) in a Timberland Partners community connects you directly to an eclectic and vibrant metropolitan community that exceeds expectations. Well-known for its attractions, food, growing economy, and overall hospitality, St. Louis provides limitless offerings for your personal and professional lifestyles.

Grand Central at the Junction

Wentzville, MO

1 - 2 Bed
$1270 - $1575

Meadowridge Apartments

St. Peters, MO

1 - 3 Bed
$1500 - $1720

Pelican Cove

Florissant, MO

1 - 2 Bed
$960 - $1396

Synergy at the Meadows

Lake St. Louis, MO

1 - 3 Bed
$1340 - $1825

The Finn

Hazelwood, MO

1 - 2 Bed
$810 - $1300

Vance Station

Valley Park, MO

2 Bed
$1665 - $1665


Town And Country, MO

1 - 2 Bed
$1375 - $1735

Midwest Metropolis

Current economic efforts in St. Louis, including expansive employment and affordable cost of living, have created a surge of migration to the midwest metropolis. Home to major employers such as Edward Jones, Pfizer, Anheuser-Busch, and more, St. Louis provides an immense pool of employment opportunities for new residents. One of the biggest drivers of the economy is education and health services, which represent 19% of the metropolitan's total employment. With an emphasis on education, St. Louis is home to numerous universities, including Washington University, Saint Louis University, University of Missouri, St. Louis Community College, and more.

Residents of the St. Louis metropolitan array are at the center of a culturally vibrant destination, including various museums, entertainment venues, sporting events, fine dining, and more.

Downtown St. Louis features the central business district, Busch Stadium, Enterprise Center, The Gateway Arch, and various entertainment, food, and shopping options. Cheer on local sports teams, including the Blues, Cardinals, City SC, and more! Be sure to visit the St. Louis Zoo, home to over 16,000 exotic animals and considered one of America's top zoos! Beyond St. Louis’s downtown amenities, each neighborhood in the metropolitan area has distinct characteristics and attractions that are must-visits!

Staying true to its gateway title, St. Louis hosts a robust transportation system through multiple avenues. Seven major interstate highway connections are in St. Louis, including Interstate 44, 55, 64, 70, 170, 255, and 270, putting 33% of the U.S. population within 500 miles. Once inside the St. Louis metropolitan area, Metro Transit operates MetroLink and MetroBus, the public transportation system. MetroLink, the light rail transit system, features over 38 stations and 46 miles of track. The Port of Metropolitan St. Louis extends 70 miles and is the second-largest inland port by trip ton-miles. Moving to the skies, St. Louis-Lambert International Airport (STL) serves over 6 million passengers per year. Whether by land, air, or water, St. Louis has an immense network of connections.

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Quick Facts

  • St. Louis ranks 28th among the top 182 “2022 Best Cities for Jobs,” according to WalletHub. (source)
  • Residents of St. Louis’s money goes a long way, with the average monthly cost of living at $1,265 in 2021. (source)
  • St. Lous boasts a wide variety of unique attractions, including the St. Louis aquarium, which is home to more than 13,000 animals. (source)

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