Everly On The Loop
This new project contains 10 residential floors, an amenity floor, three levels of parking, and 4,500 square feet of ground-level retail.
This project was for a 14-story, 209-unit residential complex on Delmar Boulevard in the East Loop in St. Louis, Missouri. CRG developed and Clayco built this new project, which called for 10 residential floors, an amenity floor, three levels of parking, and 4,500-square-feet of ground-level retail.
The amenity level offers a 1,800-square-foot fitness/yoga room overlooking the 18” deep outdoor sunning pool. A 2,500-square-foot lounge area includes comfortable seating, a television, kitchen, coffee bar, gaming area and restrooms. Barbecue grills and a fire pit complete the outdoor deck. Additional features include four meeting/collaborating rooms, a 1,900-square-foot lobby lounge, space for 110 bikes as well as a fix-it station, and secure parking.
There are 428 bedrooms spread over one, two and three-bedroom units. Each fully furnished apartment includes a stacked washer and dryer, stainless steel appliances and nine-foot ceilings. Some units have walk-in closets.
Beyond These Walls
Our Everly on the Loop team wished a Happy 93rd Birthday to Mr. Jackson! Mr. Jackson is a University City resident who walked by our Delmar Apartments jobsite every day while it was under construction. One day he started talking to the team and began visiting every afternoon. For his 93rd birthday, he brought his son to the jobsite to meet all his new friends and celebrate with cake! Mr. Jackson served in WWII and has lived in the University City area his whole life. Clayco really is a neighbor to all those in the community.
One of our 2017 Summer Interns worked with our team on the Everly Jobsite. On her first day at Clayco, she was told several times that “Construction is a people business.” While Karly didn’t fully understand the entirety of this statement right away, after working with Clayco team members, subcontractors, suppliers and other interns, Karly has quickly learned that a little conversation goes a long way. Karly has even suggested that we should change our tagline to: “The Art and Science of Building… Friendships.”