Central West End City Apartments
Extraordinary historical features tastefully mixed with modern conveniences is what Central West End City Apartments offers today’s unique renter. Central West End City Apartments is located in the desirable Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis, MO , and offers studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and 4 bedroom apartments for rent.
Convent Gardens offers studios, one bedroom and two bedroom floorplans with flexible lease terms. Residents enjoy the attached off-street gated parking, on-site fitness center, bicycle storage, resident storage, on-site laundry facilities, gated courtyard with grilling stations and an off-leash dog park, on-line rent payment, and professional on-site management team.
Citizen Park is designed from top to bottom with the atmosphere of the Central West End in mind. Here you experience specifically selected finishes and amenities designs to capture the essence of Central West End, while bring a modern element to your everyday life with an abundance of natural lighting and clean, sophisticated architectural lines.
Del Coronado Apartments offers studios, one bedroom and two bedroom floor plans with flexible lease terms. Residents enjoy the attached parking garage complete with electric vehicle charging stations, on-site fitness center, bicycle storage, resident lounge with theater and billiards, 24-hour door attendant, on-site laundry facilities, package service, on-line rent payment, and professional on-site management team.
Stay in the gateway to the West at the Holiday Inn Express - St. Louis Central West End, MO. We are two miles from the St. Louis Zoo. Our location in the historic Central West End of St. Louis places you steps away from several shops, restaurants and lounges. Explore Forest Park's golf and tennis courses and museums.
At 625 Euclid, you are in the center of it all – your office, your favorite local band’s live performance, your corner café with the barista who makes the coffee just right and your cozy comforts of your home. It’s all right here.
Mary Ryder Home was founded in 1930 and serves the fastest growing segment of the elderly population: Seniors, struggling in poverty, who can no longer live independently. Considered “elderly orphans,” these Seniors often have no family or their family cannot or will not care for them.