Downtown

The Gateway City Center
Downtown St Louis boasts some of the most iconic imagery associated with the city. The Busch Stadium ballpark, the Old Courthouse, and the famous Gateway Arch are staple monuments to both St Louis and the Downtown area’s reputation for providing a diverse and upbeat lifestyle. You can explore the tastes of the city at popular restaurants such as Broadway Oyster Bar, Rooster, Mango, or Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar. In addition to all of this, the Downtown area is home to landmarks such as the Peabody Opera House and the Dome at America’s Center. It is truly no wonder that St Louis and the Downtown area are experiencing rapid growth. The city has a vibrant culture and a unique depth to their identity.

Renters here love being in the center of a growing city that is striving to progress and improve. Like any other big city, residents are from diverse backgrounds and of all ages. The areas access to public transportation make it an especially ideal neighborhood for students and young professionals.
What Downtown Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
9.0
value
10
amenities
10
social
10
management
10
Median rents in Downtown
Studio
$
900
1 Bedroom
$
1,000
2 Bedroom
$
1,400

Living in
Downtown

Safe
Landmarks
Vibrant Culture
Growing City
Great Restaurants
Diverse
Public Transit
Downtown — 8/10 Rating (based on 1 neighborhood reviews)
VERY safe. We have full time security for our parking garage and apartment building. Don't let the stories about downtown not being safe scare you!
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Gallery 400 Luxury Residences


Getting to Know
Downtown

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Mississippi River to Tucker Blvd
North to South Boundaries: Carr St to Historic U.S. 66
dining
Bamboo Bistro
Broadway Oyster Bar
Copia Restaurant & Wine Garden
Joey B’s
grocery
Shop N Save
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
Express Mart
fitness
Breakout Fitness
Missouri Athletic Club
North Riverfront Trail
parks
Citygarden
Kiener Plaza
coffee
Java Plus
McMurphy’s Cafe
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
bus
174X (bus)
174X (bus)
40/99 (bus)
rail
MLB/MLR (rail)
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Downtown includes zip codes 63101 and 63102
Rent vs Own
71
%
of Downtown residents are renters
Driving to Work
63
%
of Downtown residents drive to work
New Construction
5
%
of housing units in Downtown have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
12
%
<20 units
7
%
20-49 units
82
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
8
%
18 - 34
46
%
35 - 54
28
%
55+
19
%
Unit Mix
9
%
Studio
50
%
1 Bed
36
%
2 Bed
6
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
57
%
Undergrad Student
4
%
Grad Student
3
%
Unemployed
3
%
Retired
31
%

Best Apartments
in Downtown


1 Bed $1,100
2 Beds $1,420

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2 Beds $1,675

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2 Beds $1,450

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2 Beds $2,500

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1 Bed $659

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2 Beds $925

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