Westglen is within minutes of everything West St. Louis County has to offer - shopping, parks, golf, fine restaurants, AAA schools and major employers. With easy access to Highway 40 and I-270, our location is unbeatable.

St. Louis County Apartments | Private Covered Parking

There are many advantages to renting one of our St. Louis County apartments over purchasing a home. From maintenance-free living to 17 acres of woodlands equipped with hiking and bike trails—Westglen Village Apartments offers something special for people from all walks of life.

And these luxuries aren’t even our most impressive. We also offer private covered parking for most of our residents. While this comfort might seem simple, it is actually a pretty rare luxury.

In addition to our covered parking area, our St. Louis County apartments offer affordable pricing, top-notch amenities and easy access to shopping and fine dining.

In addition to our covered parking area, our St. Louis County apartments offer affordable pricing, top-notch amenities and easy access to shopping and fine dining.

The way we see it, a car is one of our most important life investments. It takes us to and from work, picks our children up at school and serves as a backdrop for summer family road trips. Something this important to our daily life needs to be protected from whatever mayhem may throw its way.

This is why we continue to invest in expansion of additional spots. As of October 2013, nearly 90% of our residents have access to our covered parking spots. As part of our commitment to making Westglen an even better place to live, we plan to soon have one spot for each unit.

If you would like to experience the wonders of Westglen Village Apartments, please drop us a line today! In addition to our covered parking area, our St. Louis County apartments offer affordable pricing, top-notch amenities and easy access to shopping and fine dining.

If you would like to learn more, please visit us online 24/7 at westglenvillageapartments.com or call 636-227-6220 to speak to a Westglen Village representative.

This article was written by: Cory