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Moda at The Hill is a 225-unit rental development at 2100 Boardman St. in St. Louis’ historic The Hill neighborhood

Draper and Kramer Opens Doors to Rentals in St. Louis’ The Hill Neighborhood

Draper and Kramer, Incorporated announced the completion of Moda at The Hill, a new 225-unit rental development at 2100 Boardman St. in St. Louis’ historic The Hill neighborhood. Located just south of Interstate 44 and west of Kingshighway Boulevard, the community is 33% pre-leased and nearly 25% occupied since opening to the first residents a month and a half ago. 

The four-story apartment building offers a mix of one- and two-bedroom units ranging from 600 to 1,200 square feet, a full suite of hospitality-inspired amenities and above-ground garage parking for 250 vehicles. Rents start at $1,373 per month. 

“The neighborhood response to Moda at The Hill opening its doors has been tremendous and reflects the anticipation there is for a modern, amenity-rich rental option that simply hasn’t been available until now in this unique area,” said Todd Bancroft, president and CEO of Chicago-based Draper and Kramer. 


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