The rent at The Lofts at Lafayette Square Apartments ranges from $1,005 for a one bedroom to a $1,580 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 4% more expensive than the Lafayette Square average. This is a pet-friendly apartment.
The Lofts at Lafayette Square Apartments is a 16 minute walk from the MLB MetroLink Blue Line and the MLR MetroLink Red Line at the UNION STA METROLINK STATION stop.
This apartment is in the Lafayette Square neighborhood in St. Louis. Nearby parks include Lafayette Park, Soulard Park and Lucas Park.
The Lofts at Lafayette Square Apartments has a Walk Score of 68 out of 100. This location is Somewhat Walkable so some errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include Construction Careers Center, Peabody Elementary School and Sigel Elementary Community Education Center.
The closest grocery stores are Salama Supermarket, Fields Foods and Andy's Seasoning.
Nearby coffee shops include Park Avenue Coffee - Lafayette Square, Jaehong Dessert Dream and The Sweet Divine. Nearby restaurants include Eleven Eleven Mississippi, PW Pizza and Vin De Set.
The Lofts at Lafayette Square Apartments is near Ameren Headquarters, Monsanto Headquarters and Harris-Stowe State University.
There are some bike lanes and the terrain is mostly flat. The Lofts at Lafayette Square Apartments is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure.
Historic Charm. Modern Living.
The Lofts at Lafayette Square let you experience the neighborhood's historic charm and character amid 21st century comfort and convenience. The building's exposed brick and timber accentuated by modern amenities make this true loft a tasteful expression of your contemporary style.
The area is marked by beautifully restored Victorian architecture living side-by-side stylish townhouses and acclaimed restaurants. At the center, Lafayette Park offers a serene oasis of greenery amid the urban landscape.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, Lafayette Square is framed by the "painted ladies" which have been called the "finest" collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The area's picturesque beauty has also won the title of one of the "Prettiest Painted Places" in America.
In its distinguished history, Lafayette Square has been home to several illustrious individuals including Lincoln-appointed Postmaster General Montgomery Blair, prominent wine and grocery merchant David Nicholson, famed steamboat pilots Joseph LaBarge and Horace Bixby, and three St. Louis mayors John S. Thomas, James Britton and Henry W. Kiel.