Why Join SLAA?

The St. Louis Apartment Association (SLAA) was chartered in 1976 for the purpose of advancing the general welfare of the multi-family housing industry within the Metropolitan St. Louis area.

SLAA strives to accomplish this goal by conducting educational seminars and networking events for the benefit of the members and the industry.


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Our Mission Statement

SLAA is the active voice of a unified group of multi-housing and supplier professionals committed to providing full service educational solutions, legislative action, industry resources, networking and best practice sharing, while supporting local charitable causes.

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Career Center

Whether you're ready to kickstart your career in the multi-family industry, or a seasoned professional looking for a change, SLAA offers career opportunity postings for their members!

Application information for each open position is including in the individual listings.

If you would like to post a job opening or have any questions, please contact the SLAA Office at info@slaa.org.


Volunteer Spotlight

Kevin Laune

Kevin Laune

Watchtower Security

Kevin Laune began working for Watchtower Security in 2012. In 2013, he became their Director of Client Relations. In this role, he manages a team of Client Service Representatives who serve as the liaisons between Watchtower and their clients across the nation. Watchtower Security is a company that provides a fully managed video surveillance service. Client engagement is important to Watchtower, and it's a major part of their company culture.

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Have you heard?
St. Louis Apartment Association Announces its Support for Hatching Hope

The St. Louis Apartment Association is proud to announce their efforts to support Hatching Hope, a 501c3 not for profit, whose mission is to support residents that have been displaced from their apartment home due to fire or other disaster. Jamie Bryan, President of the St. Louis Apartment Association, presented the organization a check for $2,000. Katherine Gibson, with McCormack Baron accepted the donation on Hatching Hope’s behalf at the Rising Star Awards Banquet on Friday, April 26, 2019. The funds will allow Hatching Hope to continue to raise awareness and provide families with immediate disaster relief.

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