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St. Louis Boasts Lowest Off-Campus Housing Costs

Posted on October 6, 2016, by

Most college students are required to spend at least part of their undergraduate or graduate careers living on campus these days. However, more and more students are spending a larger portion of their college careers living away from campus. Off-campus housing is attractive for students not only because it offers more freedom and flexibility, but it’s  Continue Reading »

More Adults Living at Home Than Ever Before

Posted on June 7, 2016, by

Is now the time to move out, or is it better to stay (or go back) home? A recent study shows that more American adults between the ages of 18 and 34 are living at home with their parents than ever before, but it’s not all because of bad news. There are several reasons experts  Continue Reading »

St. Louis Ranked #1 Rental Market For Recent Grads

Posted on May 26, 2015, by

There’s great news for new graduates looking to rent! St. Louis has been named the most affordable city to find a new apartment while entering the job market. Real estate website Trulia recently released a study looking at the average salary of new graduates combined with the cost of rental housing, and the St. Louis  Continue Reading »

Sights to See This Holiday Season in St. Louis

Posted on November 21, 2014, by

As the temperature begins to drop and the days pass by, something strange begins to happen. The air is filled with cheer and the sound of carols are heard in every mall, bakery, and store in town. One of the best things to do with family or someone special at this time of year is  Continue Reading »

Top-Rated Places in St. Louis

Posted on October 13, 2014, by

If you’re a St. Louis native or if you’ve lived here for even a short while, then you know about all of the great things this city has to offer. However, if you’re new to the area you may be surprised to see how many St. Louis institutions are highly regarded across the U.S. In  Continue Reading »

Fall Events in St. Louis

Posted on September 22, 2014, by

Even though summer is over as of tomorrow and the weather has already started to get cooler, there are still tons of events in St. Louis this fall to keep anyone occupied. Last weekend saw perfect weather for the Great Forest Park Balloon Race and the Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival, and craft beer  Continue Reading »

More Affordable Housing Drawing People to Midwest

Posted on September 5, 2014, by

As part of a growth trend stretching back into the last decades of the 20th century, populations in the US keep shifting west and south. States like Texas and Florida have seen explosive growth in the past 20 years, but other inland states such as Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Missouri have continued to grow. What  Continue Reading »

Our Increasingly Urban Future in St. Louis

Posted on August 27, 2014, by

According to numbers gathered worldwide from the past several decades, the future of humans lies in cities around the world. In the US and more rapidly, in developing countries, people are moving to cities at an unprecedented rate. Globally, that means that over a million people per week are moving away from the country for  Continue Reading »

What Will Future Homes Look Like?

Posted on August 15, 2014, by

Have you ever thought about what homes might look like in the future? What new features they could have? How big or small changes could make a difference in our daily lives? The Wall Street Journal has given a shot at what the home of the future may look like. First of all, think small.  Continue Reading »

Ikea a Boost to Central Corridor

Posted on July 21, 2014, by

More than a cooler place to buy inexpensive furniture, Ikea’s new location in the Central West End will mean a huge economic boost to the area. The central corridor between Forest Park and SLU is the center of rapid development thanks to tax incentives and a huge investment from the Cortex project. But a big  Continue Reading »