St. Louis, “Gateway to the Midwest,” is home to some of the largest corporations including, Nestle Purina, Solutia, Monsanto, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Edward Jones, as well as many other public or privately owned businesses. Corporate Accommodations provides corporate furnished apartments or condos for your temporary or short term apartment or housing living needs spanning from downtown St. Louis, to the abundant suburbs west, north, and south. You will find our commitment to excellence in customer uncompromising naming us the premier corporate housing provider in the St. Louis Metro area. Please do not hesitate to call for more information on our short term furnished apartments and corporate housing in St. Louis and other surrounding areas in Missouri.
About St. Louis
Welcome to St. Louis, considered the Gate Way to the West! Meriwether Lewis and William Clark began their exploration of the American West from the St. Louis region in 1804. Today, the 630-ft-tall, stainless steel Gateway Arch soars above the riverfront.
In its day, St. Louis was a river town and drop off point for many heading west by covered wagons, which makes it a great place to shop for antiques and sightseeing.
Much commerce has been brought into the city by the joining of two of the mightiest American rivers, the Mississippi and the Missouri.
St. Louis is home to some of the largest private and public owned corporations including Edward Jones, Nestle Purina, Monsanto Solutia, Wachovia Securities, Emerson Electric, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, Anhesuer-Busch InBev, and Maritz, Inc. Other major employers include BJC Health Care, Boeing Company, Scott Air Force Base, Olin Corporation and General Motors Corporation.
When visiting St. Louis there’s enjoyment for everyone. Take a pleasant drive through the rolling hills and stop at our fine wine gardens and vineyards, or visit the only remaining free zoo located in our magnificent Forest Park, home of the 1904 World’s Fair. Other sources of pride include St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Science Center, Gateway Arch, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis Symphony, and our Cardinal Baseball team in their brand new stadium!
It would be impossible to list all the excellent restaurants in the metropolitan area. It seems like an exciting new eatery is opening every month! Check the fine dining restaurants located on the Hill, the Central West End, Clayton, and the famous historic Soulard Market area, just to name a few.
St. Louis has plenty of exciting shopping locations including 18th and 19th century antique shops, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, the Galleria, Frontenac Plaza, Central West End, Chesterfield Commons and the newly renovated West County Center.