Apartments South Residential Community

Apartments South Residential Community is comprised of four on-campus and nine off-campus residential properties in the Ames Place/Rosedale Heights neighborhood.

Apartments South has a variety of residential living options including one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, four-bedroom, five-bedroom, six-bedroom and eight-bedroom style apartment units. Each apartment complex has its own unique layout, furnishings and amenities to match the independent lifestyle you desire!

Apartments South Communities

Greenway exteriorGreenway Apartments

One, two and three- bedroom apartments, three-bedroom townhouses
6600 Washington Avenue, University City, MO, USA

 


University Drive exteriorUniversity Drive Apartments

Eight separate apartment buildings along University Drive. One two-bedroom, one four-bedroom; the others are three-bedroom. Located in the Ames Place neighborhood.
University Drive, University City, MO, USA


Millbrook exteriorMillbrook Apartments

Four apartment buildings, total of 14-16 units. Each unit houses three to eight persons.
6968-6982 Forest Park Pkwy, University City, MO 63130, USA

 


Village East exteriorVillage East

Village East, Forest Park Parkway, Saint Louis, MO, USA

 

 

Amenities

Students:

  • Upperclassmen

Location:

  • Located north of campus at the end of the Greenway walkway, one block south of the Delmar (U City) Loop
  • Ideal location for entertainment and restaurants

Transportation:

Safety and Security:

  • WUPD is available 24/7 for all students and security staff it available 24/7 in the Lofts. WUPD can be reached at (314)935-5555.
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance is available. Please call WUPD in order to be put in touch with a Res Life staff member in the event of an emergency.
  • There are full-time Res Life staff members living within all residential communities that are a dedicated resource to students.

Amenity Greenway Apartments University Drive Apartments Millbrook Apartments Village East
Furnished living area   X  X X X
Furnished bedroom    X   X   X X
Furnished dining room    X   X   X X
Internet (Fee-based)  X X  

wireless-in rate

 

wireless-in rate

Cable (Fee-based through Spectrum)

X

added charge

X

added charge

X

in rate

X

in rate

Refrigerator  X   X   X X
Shower Curtain  X   X X X
Stove with oven  X  X  X X
Balconies Available in some Available in some
Microwave X X X X
Refuse and recycling at the rear of the building  X   X  X Trash rooms in building
Printing station X X X

in Millbrook 3

X
Bike racks X X X X
Outdoor courtyard X X X X
Laundry in building

X

Campus Card accepted

X

Campus Card accepted

X

Coin Operated

X
Letter, mail & package delivery.
If the resident is not present to accept the package the package is delivered to The Village Mailroom.
X X X X
 Dishwasher X
Pool Access to Millbrook Pool Access to Millbrook Pool X Access to Millbrook Pool
Bathtub   X  X Some are shower only X
Elevator X X
Two bathrooms per apartment Available in 6+-person and some 5-person units X
Full size beds X
Covered parking Garage
(Lottery)
Garage
(Lottery)
Off street parking X X
On street parking X X
CC TV coverage X X X X
Blue light phones X X X X
Exterior lighting X X X X

At-a-Glance

Upperclassmen
Colors: Lime Green & Black
Mascot: Sea Turtles
Traditions:

  • Millbrook BBQ
    The Millbrook BBQ is a program held within a the first few weeks of the fall semester. The program consists of BBQ from a local BBQ restaurant, snacks, and an afternoon of swimming at the Millbrook Pool. The Millbrook BBQ is a great way to welcome North Side Students back and start the new school year off with some fun.
  • Senior Bucket List Programming
    This programming series is designed to help North Side residents check off those St. Louis must-do’s before they graduate and leave the city. The programs vary from year to year, but have consisted of Cardinals tickets, trips to the Fox Theatre, various “St. Louis foods” and many other St. Louis specific traditions that students may want to check off their St. Louis bucket list.
  • Resumes and Donuts
    These events, planned by each individual building community, allow students to meet with a career peer for suggestions and feedback on resumes and cover letters for internships and interviews while enjoying local donut vendor.
  • Smoothies and Wellness
    Students engage in conversation around health and wellness while enjoying homemade smoothies with all-natural ingredients.
Floor Plans