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616 Apartments for rent in Olivette, MO

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Bonhomme Village Apartments
1124 Bonhomme Lake Dr
Olivette, MO | Olivette
1 Bedroom
$932
715 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,287
977 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:44 AM
In-person tours by appointment. Olivette, Mo is "in the center of it all". This small community is home to Bonhomme Village Apartments, a luxurious property with a contemporary and green atmosphere.
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Eden Rock Apartments
9472 Olive St. Apt B
Olivette, MO | Olivette
1 Bedroom
$760
541 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$915
861 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,020
1020 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:08 PM
Located in the heart of St. Louis County in the AAA rated Ladue School District, Eden Rock is a hidden treasure in Olivette. Just minutes from Stacy Park. Close to Monsanto, Danforth Science Center, Mercy Hospital and Barnes West County Hospital.
1 Unit Available
1139 Hilltop Dr
1139 Hilltop Avenue
Olivette, MO | Olivette
2 Bedrooms
$1,095
875 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:23 AM
Charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath bungalow in the Ladue School District! This home is very well maintained and features hardwood floors and newer insulated windows. The spacious living room and adjoining dining room make living easy and convenient.
1 Unit Available
9509 Old Bonhomme
9509 Old Bonhomme Road
Olivette, MO | Olivette
3 Bedrooms
$3,850
3183 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
This classic brick home will charm you with a generous wrap around porch and a unique floor plan. Enter to a foyer with an arched and pillared opening that leads to a formal dining room & living room.
1 Unit Available
9364 Olive Boulevard
9364 Olive Boulevard
Olivette, MO | Olivette
1 Bedroom
$675
550 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
Bright & Beautifully Updated One Bedroom Middle Unit. Custom Kitchen with Breakfast bar and Newer Appliances, New Wood-grain vinyl flooring, Bedroom w Ceiling Fan. Updated Full Baths, newer vanity & upgraded light fixture. Central Air-Conditioning.
1 Unit Available
1112 Basswood Ln
1112 Basswood Lane
Olivette, MO | Olivette
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1326 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
Move in ready 3BD, 1 bath Ranch on a cul-de-sac street in the sought after Ladue School District!  Home features an open floor plan with wood floors. An updated kitchen has beautiful wood cabinets and granite counters.
1 Unit Available
10 Bon Price Terr
10 Bon Price Terrace
Olivette, MO | Olivette
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
1832 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
**Move In Ready!!** Great Location! Fully Remodeled Home in the Ladue Schools & Close to Everything! Ideal for Families & Professionals! Stylish Mid-Century Ranch featuring 3-4 beds/2 full baths.
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2 Units Available
Fontainebleau Apartments
1001 North Mcknight Road
St. Louis, MO | University City
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,049
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 06:10 AM
Your home is our priority at Fontainebleau and we know that home is more than just your apartment.
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22 Units Available
Vanguard Crossing
8342 Delcrest Dr
University City, MO | University City
1 Bedroom
$1,345
747 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,020
1247 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,620
1404 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 04:45 AM
Great location, off of I-170 and close to shops and restaurants. Units feature laundry, granite counters and stainless steel. Community includes pool, parking, gym and car wash.
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The Oaks on Bonhomme
8669 Old Towne Dr
University City, MO | University City
1 Bedroom
$809
840 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$927
1256 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 04:44 AM
In-person tours by appointment. Welcome to our community where each day brings the opportunity to explore endless conveniences that are located within University City.
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6 Units Available
Trilogy Apartments
8650 Kingsbridge Ln
University City, MO | University City
1 Bedroom
$808
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$828
800 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,323
1015 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:57 PM
A serene community just minutes from local entertainment. Apartments feature energy-efficient appliances, modern kitchens and open, spacious floor plans. On-site fitness center, pool and grilling areas. Pet-friendly.
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8 Units Available
The District Apartment Homes
633 N McKnight Rd
University City, MO | University City
1 Bedroom
$812
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$951
780 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,364
1040 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:57 PM
A comfortable community designed for people with active lifestyles, these units come in one- and two-bedroom floor plans. The units feature full-size appliances, dishwashers and extra storage. The community offers an on-site business center.
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Bel-Aire Apts
8326 Delcrest Dr
University City, MO | University City
2 Bedrooms
$850
962 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:05 PM
Located on 10 wooded acres in the heart of the St. Louis metropolitan area. Centrally located, only 5 minutes from Lambert Airport and Clayton, just minutes from Washington University and Forest Park.
1 Unit Available
9837 Iveland Drive
9837 Iveland Drive
Overland, MO | Overland
4 Bedrooms
$1,350
1265 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
Don't hesitate - This adorable, clean and well maintained Overland charmer won't last long. A 3BD+, 2 bath, 2 story home has many recent updates. A 16x14 deck off the kitchen overlooks a large, flat and fenced backyard.
1 Unit Available
9927 Niblic Drive
9927 Niblic Drive
Overland, MO | Overland
2 Bedrooms
$885
853 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
This nice 2 bedroom 1 bath home in overland is a must see! this single family home is 10 minutes from the airport and is in the Ritenour school district.
1 Unit Available
20 Lawrence
20 Lawrence Drive
Creve Coeur, MO
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
2050 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:15 AM
3 bedroom - 2 full baths. Recently renovated and available for immediate occupancy. Kitchen with newer cabinets, granite, and stainless steel appliances. Freshly painted the entire house. Excellent location and great school district.
1 Unit Available
2251 Wengler Ave
2251 Wengler Avenue
Overland, MO | Overland
2 Bedrooms
$950
876 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 08:30 AM
Covered porch with vinyl railing and new roof! Large front yard with newly sealed asphalt driveway and walkway next to it. This home has a lot of charm and features of any large newer home.
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26 Units Available
Maryland Park Apartments
2170 McKelvey Rd
Maryland Heights, MO
1 Bedroom
$800
701 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$915
827 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:40 AM
We are peaceful and serene... yet surrounded by great places to go and great things to do! We invite you to come stroll the streets of this park-like community and experience Maryland Park for yourself.
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17 Units Available
Cypress Village Apartments
11324 Hi Tower Dr
Bridgeton, MO
1 Bedroom
$710
772 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$875
1065 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
1950 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:37 AM
Welcome to your new home! Indulgence, Upgrades, Amenities, Activities and Relaxation all await you at Cypress Village. Situated near Lambert Airport and many of St.
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51 Units Available
Villas at Brentwood
1800 S Brentwood Blvd
St. Louis, MO | Brentwood
1 Bedroom
$1,190
859 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,755
1237 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1610 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:36 AM
Welcome to The Villas at Brentwood Urban Apartments Located on Brentwood Boulevard, The Villas at Brentwood combine a prestigious urban address and the ambiance of a hideaway nestled among the trees.
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4 Units Available
Vanguard Heights
10362 Old Olive Street Rd
St. Louis, MO
1 Bedroom
$1,335
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,204
1069 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 25 at 06:34 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Vanguard Heights in St. Louis. View photos, descriptions and more!
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5 Units Available
Renew Creve Couer
1007 W Rue de la Banque
Creve Coeur, MO | Downtown Creve Coeur
1 Bedroom
$920
713 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,112
913 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 06:24 AM
Now offering in-person, virtual & self-guided tours by appointment! To help stop the spread of COVID-19, face masks are required.
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49 Units Available
The Barton
8500 Maryland Avenue
Ladue, MO | Clayton
1 Bedroom
$1,690
818 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,195
1203 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,811
1740 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 05:30 AM
City living when you want it and a quiet retreat when you need it. The Barton combines stylish apartments and cosmopolitan amenities with a prime location the most sought-after ZIP code in St. Louis.
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17 Units Available
Ceylon
25 North Central Avenue
Clayton, MO | Clayton
Studio
$1,298
511 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,537
705 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,045
1143 sqft
Last updated November 25 at 05:30 AM
Echoing a stylish alternative to the ordinary, this boutique apartment community presents a chic suburb with an urban flair.
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Apartment Rentals in Olivette start at $750/month.
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While some Olivette properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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While some Olivette properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Olivette. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Saint Louis Community College, and Washington University in St Louis.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Olivette. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Saint Louis Community College, and Washington University in St Louis.

City Guide

Olivette
Geographers, physicians and astronomers, watch out, for this is a city that is home to an impressive number of scientists, running the entire gamut from social scientists, life scientists and physical scientists among others. Equally amazing is the fact that someone who stands in the middle of Price Road where Delmar ends, would technically be in three cities all at once: Olivette, University City and Ladue. Olivette, as you can see, is no ordinary city!
Geographers, physicians and astronomers, watch out, for this is a city that is home to an impressive number of scientists, running the entire gamut from social scientists, life scientists and physical scientists among others. Equally amazing is the fact that someone who stands in the middle of Price Road where Delmar ends, would technically be in three cities all at once: Olivette, University City and Ladue. Olivette, as you can see, is no ordinary city!

Previously known simply as 'Central' owing to its 'central' location, Olivette was settled in the mid-19th century as a farming community nestled along an ancient Indian trail called Bonhomme Road. It was incorporated as a city in 1930 by combining four different communities namely Central, Olive, Stratmann and Tower Hill. But how did the name Olivette come about? While the dictionary definition of an "Olivette" refers to "a large theatrical floodlight having a single bulb," this particular Olivette was probably named so because the main road into St. Louis connected with Olive Street. Presently, although Olivette is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, residents treat it like their very own city. With a population of 7,737 and spread over an area of approximately 2.95 square miles, it is located 700 feet above sea level, and is one of the highest communities in St. Louis County.

Moving to Olivette

A city of urban sophisticates, the city tends to attract those with a penchant for art, culture and reading. Also its location just 10 miles west of downtown St. Louis, means that residents plan regular trips to the capital city whether for a job, to attend cultural events, or just for a night of partying.

With an overall crime rate that is lower than average for the country, the city figures highly in the list of places to consider moving to. Public transport links are efficient even though most residents tend to own a private car. The city is well-connected to the to the St. Louis metropolitan area, with Interstate 70 lying around four miles north of the city and Interstate 40, two miles south of the City. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is located approximately six miles north of the City. From here one can access scheduled air passenger and freight services.

A majority of residents drive alone in a private vehicle to work while the rest either carpool or walk it out. Officials hope in time to provide Olivette with direct access to the commuter rail system at Olive Boulevard on either the east or west side of I-170.

When considering a move to Olivette, prepare the same paperwork you'd prepare to move most other places. Landlords will want to see a photo ID, proof of income, a credit report, and possibly a list of references from previous landlords (or property managers).

Moving to Olivette
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A city of urban sophisticates, the city tends to attract those with a penchant for art, culture and reading. Also its location just 10 miles west of downtown St. Louis, means that residents plan regular trips to the capital city whether for a job, to attend cultural events, or just for a night of partying.

With an overall crime rate that is lower than average for the country, the city figures highly in the list of places to consider moving to. Public transport links are efficient even though most residents tend to own a private car. The city is well-connected to the to the St. Louis metropolitan area, with Interstate 70 lying around four miles north of the city and Interstate 40, two miles south of the City. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is located approximately six miles north of the City. From here one can access scheduled air passenger and freight services.

A majority of residents drive alone in a private vehicle to work while the rest either carpool or walk it out. Officials hope in time to provide Olivette with direct access to the commuter rail system at Olive Boulevard on either the east or west side of I-170.

When considering a move to Olivette, prepare the same paperwork you'd prepare to move most other places. Landlords will want to see a photo ID, proof of income, a credit report, and possibly a list of references from previous landlords (or property managers).

Neighborhoods of Olivette

With just two constituent neighborhoods, Olivette is the 102nd largest community in Missouri, and also one of the most expensive.

Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive: In this historic suburban neighborhood, most homes were built between between 1940 and 1969, and a few between 1970 and 1999. Buyers and renters will need to dig a bit deeper into their pockets as median real estate prices are higher than nearly three quarters of the neighborhoods in Missouri and half of the neighborhoods in the U.S. The same applies to average rental costs that are higher than most of the neighborhoods in Missouri. In Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive, real estate comprises mainly medium sized to small single-family homes and small apartment buildings. There is a mix of both owners and renters.

City Center: If you thought Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive was expensive, the city center of Olivette is even more so with median real estate prices higher than almost every neighborhood in Missouri and most of the U.S neighborhoods. The city center is home to a sophisticated set of people including retired but active folks, families with school kids and those employed in executive, management and professional occupations. It is interesting to note that this area has a higher rate of adults with an advanced degree than 99.0% of the neighborhoods in America.

Neighborhoods of Olivette
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With just two constituent neighborhoods, Olivette is the 102nd largest community in Missouri, and also one of the most expensive.

Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive: In this historic suburban neighborhood, most homes were built between between 1940 and 1969, and a few between 1970 and 1999. Buyers and renters will need to dig a bit deeper into their pockets as median real estate prices are higher than nearly three quarters of the neighborhoods in Missouri and half of the neighborhoods in the U.S. The same applies to average rental costs that are higher than most of the neighborhoods in Missouri. In Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive, real estate comprises mainly medium sized to small single-family homes and small apartment buildings. There is a mix of both owners and renters.

City Center: If you thought Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive was expensive, the city center of Olivette is even more so with median real estate prices higher than almost every neighborhood in Missouri and most of the U.S neighborhoods. The city center is home to a sophisticated set of people including retired but active folks, families with school kids and those employed in executive, management and professional occupations. It is interesting to note that this area has a higher rate of adults with an advanced degree than 99.0% of the neighborhoods in America.

Living in Olivette

There are plenty of things to suit everyone's taste here, such as the historic Stacy Park Water Reservoir built in 1926. The Olivette Community Center is at the forefront of most activities such as theatrical productions, art shows, concerts, festivals and celebrations. With more than 80 acres designated to parks and recreation, Olivette boasts one of the highest concentration of parks in the state of Missouri. Pet-friendly to the core, the Olivette Parks & Recreation Commission and the City of Olivette have specially created a dog park in Irv Zeid Citizens Park where our muddy-pawed buddies can run along in style. The Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control takes in animals abandoned by their owners as well as errant strays. These animals can later be adopted.

The kids aren't left out as they gear up each year for the Olivette's Summer Adventure Camp filled with games, sports and other fun activities. The Olivette Art Show and the Olivette Photo Show are open to adults as well as younger artists. Sporty adults can always try their hand at softball, which is all the rage throughout the city (and the region, for that matter).

On a more serious note, Olivette takes the well-being of its citizens seriously. The city has put into place a number of women's crisis centers that offer shelter services and counseling to battered women, children who have been abused, and victims of teen dating violence. Several plans in the pipeline include creating an open town square kind of area where community and public events can be held, improving the streetscapes with better signage and landscaping, creating job opportunities that go hand-in-hand with everyday life, developing new horizontal mixed use buildings with higher density, and many other projects.

Olivette, MO is a city that simultaneously keeps up with modern times while acknowledging its historic past.

Living in Olivette
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There are plenty of things to suit everyone's taste here, such as the historic Stacy Park Water Reservoir built in 1926. The Olivette Community Center is at the forefront of most activities such as theatrical productions, art shows, concerts, festivals and celebrations. With more than 80 acres designated to parks and recreation, Olivette boasts one of the highest concentration of parks in the state of Missouri. Pet-friendly to the core, the Olivette Parks & Recreation Commission and the City of Olivette have specially created a dog park in Irv Zeid Citizens Park where our muddy-pawed buddies can run along in style. The Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control takes in animals abandoned by their owners as well as errant strays. These animals can later be adopted.

The kids aren't left out as they gear up each year for the Olivette's Summer Adventure Camp filled with games, sports and other fun activities. The Olivette Art Show and the Olivette Photo Show are open to adults as well as younger artists. Sporty adults can always try their hand at softball, which is all the rage throughout the city (and the region, for that matter).

On a more serious note, Olivette takes the well-being of its citizens seriously. The city has put into place a number of women's crisis centers that offer shelter services and counseling to battered women, children who have been abused, and victims of teen dating violence. Several plans in the pipeline include creating an open town square kind of area where community and public events can be held, improving the streetscapes with better signage and landscaping, creating job opportunities that go hand-in-hand with everyday life, developing new horizontal mixed use buildings with higher density, and many other projects.

Olivette, MO is a city that simultaneously keeps up with modern times while acknowledging its historic past.

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City Guide

Olivette
Geographers, physicians and astronomers, watch out, for this is a city that is home to an impressive number of scientists, running the entire gamut from social scientists, life scientists and physical scientists among others. Equally amazing is the fact that someone who stands in the middle of Price Road where Delmar ends, would technically be in three cities all at once: Olivette, University City and Ladue. Olivette, as you can see, is no ordinary city!
Geographers, physicians and astronomers, watch out, for this is a city that is home to an impressive number of scientists, running the entire gamut from social scientists, life scientists and physical scientists among others. Equally amazing is the fact that someone who stands in the middle of Price Road where Delmar ends, would technically be in three cities all at once: Olivette, University City and Ladue. Olivette, as you can see, is no ordinary city!

Previously known simply as 'Central' owing to its 'central' location, Olivette was settled in the mid-19th century as a farming community nestled along an ancient Indian trail called Bonhomme Road. It was incorporated as a city in 1930 by combining four different communities namely Central, Olive, Stratmann and Tower Hill. But how did the name Olivette come about? While the dictionary definition of an "Olivette" refers to "a large theatrical floodlight having a single bulb," this particular Olivette was probably named so because the main road into St. Louis connected with Olive Street. Presently, although Olivette is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, residents treat it like their very own city. With a population of 7,737 and spread over an area of approximately 2.95 square miles, it is located 700 feet above sea level, and is one of the highest communities in St. Louis County.

Moving to Olivette

A city of urban sophisticates, the city tends to attract those with a penchant for art, culture and reading. Also its location just 10 miles west of downtown St. Louis, means that residents plan regular trips to the capital city whether for a job, to attend cultural events, or just for a night of partying.

With an overall crime rate that is lower than average for the country, the city figures highly in the list of places to consider moving to. Public transport links are efficient even though most residents tend to own a private car. The city is well-connected to the to the St. Louis metropolitan area, with Interstate 70 lying around four miles north of the city and Interstate 40, two miles south of the City. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is located approximately six miles north of the City. From here one can access scheduled air passenger and freight services.

A majority of residents drive alone in a private vehicle to work while the rest either carpool or walk it out. Officials hope in time to provide Olivette with direct access to the commuter rail system at Olive Boulevard on either the east or west side of I-170.

When considering a move to Olivette, prepare the same paperwork you'd prepare to move most other places. Landlords will want to see a photo ID, proof of income, a credit report, and possibly a list of references from previous landlords (or property managers).

Moving to Olivette
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A city of urban sophisticates, the city tends to attract those with a penchant for art, culture and reading. Also its location just 10 miles west of downtown St. Louis, means that residents plan regular trips to the capital city whether for a job, to attend cultural events, or just for a night of partying.

With an overall crime rate that is lower than average for the country, the city figures highly in the list of places to consider moving to. Public transport links are efficient even though most residents tend to own a private car. The city is well-connected to the to the St. Louis metropolitan area, with Interstate 70 lying around four miles north of the city and Interstate 40, two miles south of the City. The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is located approximately six miles north of the City. From here one can access scheduled air passenger and freight services.

A majority of residents drive alone in a private vehicle to work while the rest either carpool or walk it out. Officials hope in time to provide Olivette with direct access to the commuter rail system at Olive Boulevard on either the east or west side of I-170.

When considering a move to Olivette, prepare the same paperwork you'd prepare to move most other places. Landlords will want to see a photo ID, proof of income, a credit report, and possibly a list of references from previous landlords (or property managers).

Neighborhoods of Olivette

With just two constituent neighborhoods, Olivette is the 102nd largest community in Missouri, and also one of the most expensive.

Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive: In this historic suburban neighborhood, most homes were built between between 1940 and 1969, and a few between 1970 and 1999. Buyers and renters will need to dig a bit deeper into their pockets as median real estate prices are higher than nearly three quarters of the neighborhoods in Missouri and half of the neighborhoods in the U.S. The same applies to average rental costs that are higher than most of the neighborhoods in Missouri. In Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive, real estate comprises mainly medium sized to small single-family homes and small apartment buildings. There is a mix of both owners and renters.

City Center: If you thought Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive was expensive, the city center of Olivette is even more so with median real estate prices higher than almost every neighborhood in Missouri and most of the U.S neighborhoods. The city center is home to a sophisticated set of people including retired but active folks, families with school kids and those employed in executive, management and professional occupations. It is interesting to note that this area has a higher rate of adults with an advanced degree than 99.0% of the neighborhoods in America.

Neighborhoods of Olivette
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With just two constituent neighborhoods, Olivette is the 102nd largest community in Missouri, and also one of the most expensive.

Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive: In this historic suburban neighborhood, most homes were built between between 1940 and 1969, and a few between 1970 and 1999. Buyers and renters will need to dig a bit deeper into their pockets as median real estate prices are higher than nearly three quarters of the neighborhoods in Missouri and half of the neighborhoods in the U.S. The same applies to average rental costs that are higher than most of the neighborhoods in Missouri. In Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive, real estate comprises mainly medium sized to small single-family homes and small apartment buildings. There is a mix of both owners and renters.

City Center: If you thought Crockett Drive / Mesa Drive was expensive, the city center of Olivette is even more so with median real estate prices higher than almost every neighborhood in Missouri and most of the U.S neighborhoods. The city center is home to a sophisticated set of people including retired but active folks, families with school kids and those employed in executive, management and professional occupations. It is interesting to note that this area has a higher rate of adults with an advanced degree than 99.0% of the neighborhoods in America.

Living in Olivette

There are plenty of things to suit everyone's taste here, such as the historic Stacy Park Water Reservoir built in 1926. The Olivette Community Center is at the forefront of most activities such as theatrical productions, art shows, concerts, festivals and celebrations. With more than 80 acres designated to parks and recreation, Olivette boasts one of the highest concentration of parks in the state of Missouri. Pet-friendly to the core, the Olivette Parks & Recreation Commission and the City of Olivette have specially created a dog park in Irv Zeid Citizens Park where our muddy-pawed buddies can run along in style. The Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control takes in animals abandoned by their owners as well as errant strays. These animals can later be adopted.

The kids aren't left out as they gear up each year for the Olivette's Summer Adventure Camp filled with games, sports and other fun activities. The Olivette Art Show and the Olivette Photo Show are open to adults as well as younger artists. Sporty adults can always try their hand at softball, which is all the rage throughout the city (and the region, for that matter).

On a more serious note, Olivette takes the well-being of its citizens seriously. The city has put into place a number of women's crisis centers that offer shelter services and counseling to battered women, children who have been abused, and victims of teen dating violence. Several plans in the pipeline include creating an open town square kind of area where community and public events can be held, improving the streetscapes with better signage and landscaping, creating job opportunities that go hand-in-hand with everyday life, developing new horizontal mixed use buildings with higher density, and many other projects.

Olivette, MO is a city that simultaneously keeps up with modern times while acknowledging its historic past.

Living in Olivette
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There are plenty of things to suit everyone's taste here, such as the historic Stacy Park Water Reservoir built in 1926. The Olivette Community Center is at the forefront of most activities such as theatrical productions, art shows, concerts, festivals and celebrations. With more than 80 acres designated to parks and recreation, Olivette boasts one of the highest concentration of parks in the state of Missouri. Pet-friendly to the core, the Olivette Parks & Recreation Commission and the City of Olivette have specially created a dog park in Irv Zeid Citizens Park where our muddy-pawed buddies can run along in style. The Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control takes in animals abandoned by their owners as well as errant strays. These animals can later be adopted.

The kids aren't left out as they gear up each year for the Olivette's Summer Adventure Camp filled with games, sports and other fun activities. The Olivette Art Show and the Olivette Photo Show are open to adults as well as younger artists. Sporty adults can always try their hand at softball, which is all the rage throughout the city (and the region, for that matter).

On a more serious note, Olivette takes the well-being of its citizens seriously. The city has put into place a number of women's crisis centers that offer shelter services and counseling to battered women, children who have been abused, and victims of teen dating violence. Several plans in the pipeline include creating an open town square kind of area where community and public events can be held, improving the streetscapes with better signage and landscaping, creating job opportunities that go hand-in-hand with everyday life, developing new horizontal mixed use buildings with higher density, and many other projects.

Olivette, MO is a city that simultaneously keeps up with modern times while acknowledging its historic past.