3915 Olive St, Saint Louis, MO 63108
Luxury Independent Living in The Central West End!
Please let us introduce McCormack House at Westminster PL., an apartment community centrally located in St. Louis, MO, offering 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes for mature adults 62+ ! Heat, water, sewer, trash, stove, refrigerator, carpeted living/bedrooms and blinds are all included in the rent.
Each apartment has its own climate control and is equipped with an emergency call system in the bedroom and bath, plus there is 24 hour non-medical staffing. There are laundry facilities on every floor and an activity room with planned activities for your enjoyment.
We have an on-site doctors office for the visiting podiatrist or physicians who come. We also feature an on-site beauty shop for the residents convenience. The public library's Book Mobile also has routine visits. Meals are served in the dining room for a small fee. Home health services can be arranged through Nurses To Go.
We offer off-street parking and a cozy, happy, friendly atmosphere that makes our community the perfect place to call home! Please call today to schedule a tour!
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Keep in mind there's a lack of 24-hour security. Also, they can't keep management on staff. But the maintenance crew are pretty nice, pretty cordial, just overworked. The apartment that we have is fairly nice. It's spacious enough, but there are some that I know of that are quite small and cramped, especially the studios. It's a little dated and could use some upgrades, especially the appliances. The grounds are kept nicely for the most part.
There is no security. No on site management. No reception. Non-residents enter at any time without restrictions. Children & adults have moved in with some elders. Cleanliness is lacking in public spaces. Maintenance staff does poor and sloppy repair work, and expects additional payment for any work performed in resident's apartment. There are no care services. There are no meals & dining. Activities have been sporadic since 2018.
Nice neighbors but the hallways and elevator carpet is filthy. Doesn’t look like it’s been cleaned the whole pandemic. Community has potential but you can tell it’s not being well maintained. Better management is needed. I wish this site would let me post pictures
It was great. [Name removed], manager, was adorable. Very nice. The place was clean.
I love this area. This community.
I love the area. I have lived in the co for 49 years.
I lived @ House of Westminster from Aug 17-Jan 19. My first year was nice. The year of 2018, all the carpets in the place had stopped being shampooed & deep cleaned. Many undesirables were allowed to move in & their family abused our Activity room. It became slum landlord living. This past winter the heat was programmed to stay @ 69 degrees which deter residents from sitting in the lobby & TV room. Certain tenant’s apartments were never inspected for cleanliness, one tenant apartment always smelled like someone had died inside. Repairs took 9 months to be made with constant nagging. Property Mgr stop caring for residents & felt like we didn’t deserve anything nice. I became unbearable.
Response from House at WestminsterJune 14, 2019
Good afternoon I am so sorry to hear that you weren’t satisfied with your experience. We strive to provide excellent customer service to each and every resident and we take great pride in keeping our property clean and fresh at all times. We appreciate your feedback and if there is anything we can do for you at this time, please don't hesitate to reach out to us as we are interested and appreciate hearing feedback as to how we can improve. Thank you, Isaac Shapiro
So far everything is working out pretty well for my friend. I know he is in a good community. We are pleased with all they have done for us. This is a nice, safe community.
Response from House at WestminsterJune 14, 2019
Thank you for your feedback, and we are happy to hear that things have been working out well! Isaac Shapiro Regional Manager
Wish we would have found this place 5 years ago. The leasing agent, Lawanda [removed], has been very helpful and accommodating.
My dad and I agreed he would move here four years ago when he turned 70. He wasn't happy with his old neighborhood and I found him isolating. He is more social than when he was younger. They are a community and residents all seem happy and supportive of one another. When we discussed him moving here he and also I were concerned he would be in a sea of sedentary seniors. Not at all. Overall as a family we are happy with this choice.
I like the location, it's clean, and has many activities for seniors. I really like the "I'm OK" signs that have to be displayed everyday. Even though they don't provisions to serve meals everyday, the days they do serve do help.
?24hr. On Site Staff ?Beautician/Barber ?Close To Medical Facilities ?Elevators ?Enclosed Walkways ?Individual Mailbox ?Laundry Room ?Library ?Meal Service available for small fee ?Near Bus Line ?On-site Manager ?Pets Allowed ?Planned Activities ?Private Dining Room ?Resident Council ?Sidewalks ?Social Areas ?TV-room ?Wheelchair Access ?Daily Status Check ?24 Hr Emergency Call System ?Air Conditioning ?Cable Ready ?Fully Equipped Kitchen ?Garbage Disposal ?Handrails ?Solid Surface Countertops ?Sprinklers ?Step-in Shower
This is a revitalized neighborhood from the past decade, close to a supermarket, Walgreens, cinema and shopping.
This was the best that I have seen so far.
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