6608 Clemens Ave.

Built in 1926, these Marvelous 1 Bed-1 Bath Apartments are one of the Largest in University City. Featuring original hardwood floors, walk-in closets, ceiling fans, a gorgeous sunroom, and more, you’ll love calling this beautiful space home. Perfect for students, working professionals and retirees, enjoy being close to the University City Loop, Forest Park, Washington University, and the MetroLink.

Apartment Features

  • Central A/C
  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Oven w/ Hood Fan
  • Sunroom
  • Original Hardwood Floors
  • Walk-In Closets
  • Mini-Blinds
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Internet & Cable Ready

Building Features

  • Thermal Pane Windows
  • Stained Glass Accent Windows
  • Coin-Operated Laundry in Basement
  • Storage Unit Included in Basement
  • MetroLink & Bus Accessibility

Building Utilities

  • Included with Rent:
    • Water
    • Sewer
    • Trash
  • Resident Responsible for:
    • Gas
    • Electric
    • Cable
    • Internet

Nearby Attractions

  • St. Louis Walk-of-Fame
  • Blueberry Hill
  • Pageant
  • Tivoli Theatre
  • Downtown St. Louis
  • Downtown Clayton
  • University City Loop
  • St. Louis Zoo
  • Forest Park
  • Washington University

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About University City Loop

The University City Loop offers six blocks of vibrant entertainment and dining with an eclectic mix of multinational restaurants, bars, lounges, one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques, live music venues, art galleries, the St. Louis Walk-of-Fame, and more. In 2017, The Loop was selected for the “Best Cool Street” by Thrillist. The Loop is famously home to the iconic Blueberry Hill restaurant, the legendary Pageant concert venue, the historic Tivoli Theatre, and a larger-than-life eight-foot bronze sculpture of Chuck Berry.

There is always something fun to do in the Loop, and our University City Loop Apartments put you right in the middle of all this excitement! With this convenient location, you’ll also have easy access to the rest of what St. Louis has to offer — walking distance to Forest Park, one of the oldest and largest urban parks in the United States or you can take the MetroLink or drive just minutes to Downtown St. Louis.

The University City Loop got its name over a century ago from streetcars that came west and “looped around” before connecting to other areas. Its proximity to Washington University contributes a fresh, contemporary vibe to the historic University City neighborhood, which includes stately homes and tree-lined streets.