ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for St. Louis, MO
Family-Oriented Neighborhoods in St. Louis
Home to the world-famous Gateway Arch, the St. Louis neighborhood data shows a city with diverse demographics, high school ratings, reputable colleges, great shopping, and reasonable commute times.
Popular neighborhoods include Skinker-Debaliviere, Hi-Pointe, Dutchtown, Benton Park, Northampton, Wydown-Skinker, Shaw, and Southwest Garden.
Real estate trends show that Skinker-Debaliviere is a top neighborhood for families. The neighborhood has good schools and is home to Washington University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. St. Louis neighborhood data shows an area with shopping, movie theaters, and the Missouri History Museum. Hi-Point, also known as Highway-Pointe, is one of the safest neighborhoods in St. Louis with a low crime rate, and the neighborhood runs along the scenic Mississippi River. Dutchtown is the largest neighborhood in terms of population with a high concentration of families with school-age children.
Weather is St. Louis can be described as continental with strong seasonality. The winters can be dry and cold although humid air, snowfall, and rainfall can swing in from Canada. The summers tend to be hot with some storms.
Crime rates, weather, unemployment, transportation, and access routes all factor into a property’s valuation. Access the latest data from ATTOM.
ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data—Critical Property Datapoints
Neighborhood data changes constantly as areas are gentrified and developers build new residential complexes.
ATTOM’s neighborhood data for St. Louis, MO, includes:
Data on public transportation routes.
Historical crime statistics for violent and property-related crimes.
Data on the local labor force.
Historical weather data showing meteorological patterns.