One of the best features of St. Louis is its low housing cost. The metro area offers a wide range of options for buyers and renters, ranging from historic homes on leafy boulevards to modern lofts in trendy urban districts.  

Want to know what our students think?

Visit the Dis-Orientation Guide’s Housing section to see what first-year medical students have to say about neighborhoods and housing options. 

On-campus housing

The Core Apartment Residences offer fully furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments right on the Washington University Medical Campus. This complex of historic buildings, named on the National Register of Historic Places, opened as the Core in summer 2018 after being renovated into modern living spaces with ample amenities. The complexes are home to a great hall, library, courtyards, common spaces, a fourth-floor terrace with beautiful views, a fitness room, and game, music, study and media rooms. Each unit has its own washer, dryer and kitchenette. Common kitchens offer additional gathering and socializing spaces.

Explore the management company’s website for property details and costs »

Off-campus housing

Near campus

The Washington University affiliate Quadrangle Housing Co. offers university-owned rental apartments in the neighborhoods immediately surrounding Washington University’s medical and Danforth campuses.

General resources 

Visit the following online apartment listings and search ZIP codes 63110 and 63108 for apartments near the medical center.