Clayton / Richmond Heights
Within two and a half square miles, Clayton blends a bustling district with an outstanding housing mix. The central business district combines prestigious office space with quality retail space. Clayton’s charming residential neighborhoods include stately single-family homes, upscale condominiums and multi-family apartment dwellings.
Much of the residential area is within walking distance of specialty boutiques, shops and cafes, which complement the fine architecture of Clayton’s sophisticated business district. Although the city maintains a thriving business district, it has also devoted 70+ acres to park areas.
Clayton is the hub of metropolitan St. Louis and the seat of St. Louis County. With access to several interstates and major arteries, it is just twelve minutes from Lambert International Airport and downtown St. Louis. The Cross County MetroLink Extension through downtown Clayton further enhances its outstanding quality of life and viability as the region’s second downtown. Furthermore, the eastern boundary of Clayton borders Forest Park, and Washington University’s main campus lies at the northeastern end of the suburb, making this area both beautiful and convenient.
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Located at the intersection of Interstates 64 and 170 in the heart of the St. Louis area, Richmond Heights includes a diverse population, a wide array of well-maintained and attractive homes in established, desirable neighborhoods, quality public and private schools, and high-quality shopping and eating destinations.
The area is centrally located, minutes away from downtown and the airport, with the northwestern end just blocks away from Forest Park and Washington University’s main campus.
Perhaps the biggest attraction in Richmond Heights is the St. Louis Galleria, a three-story shopping mall with a wide array of department stores and boutiques, a movie theater, and covered parking.
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