Cortex

220-unit residential project in St. Louis bioscience and technology complex unveiled

Architecture Midwest Unveiled
220-unit residential project in St. Louis bioscience and technology complex unveiled. (Courtesy el dorado)
220-unit residential project in St. Louis bioscience and technology complex unveiled. (Courtesy el dorado)

Kansas City–based architect el dorado and developer Silliman have released schematic designs for a mixed-use commercial and multi-family residential project as part of a larger development, Cortex 3.0, a bioscience and technology research community in St. Louis. The project will include 180,000 square feet of residential and 20,000 square feet of retail throughout seven stories. The approximately 220 apartment units range from studios to two bedrooms and balconies are nestled in setbacks along the building facade. Though materials have not yet been designated, initial renderings envision the project wrapped in corrugated metal, referencing the site’s industrial past.
The growing Cortex district will also include a hotel designed by Boston-based Group One and a new office building designed by the St. Louis office of HOK. El dorado’s project is expected to be complete by the end of 2018.

Architect: el dorado
Client: Cortex
Location: St. Louis

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