210 & 255 St. Paul

Denver, CO

81 apartments

210 & 255 St. Paul

Project Size: 230,000 square feet

Architect: 4240 Architecture Inc., Denver, Colorado

Structural Engineer: Cary Kopczynski & Company, Bellevue, Washington

Contractor: Saunders Construction Inc., Denver, Colorado

210 St. Paul is a multi-family apartment building over retail with subterranean parking in Denver’s Cherry Creek neighborhood. The structure is seven levels of light gauge bearing walls supporting concrete slab on metal deck over a one-level concrete podium and two levels of below grade parking. There are 81 apartments units in a mix of one, two and three bedrooms. Rooftop amenity space consists of cast-in-place concrete pool, shade structures, and landscaping.

The use of light gauge construction proved extremely efficient. Unlike wood, this high quality system is fire resistant and free of vertical shrinkage. Further, by using concrete-filled metal jumbo deck, floor spans exceeding twenty feet were made possible and the need for sub-framing was completely eliminated. This resulted in reduced floor-to-floor height.

Cherry Creek is a 16 city-block area with a dense mixture of urban developments and residential neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado. The neighborhood takes its name from the Cherry Creek which runs along the south side area.

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