210 Saint Paul Update #3

When we visited 210 Saint Paul back in November, we mentioned that demolition of the old structure was complete and that excavation would start any day. Since then, excavation has started and finished, and construction is in full swing. As a refresher, 210 Saint Paul is an eight-story, 81-unit apartment project that will also be providing 11,500 square feet of ground floor retail.

Let’s start out with an overview of the site. Here we can see a few things. The underground parking structure is currently underway, a tower crane has been installed, and the core is just above the street level.

Before taking a look at the street level, we have a new rendering thanks to Leeds of 4240 Architecture, the project’s architect, and Romas Noreika who rendered the image below. This rendering is much more refined than the preliminary renderings and gives us a detailed look of the brick and paneling work.

Back to the progress photos! Here are two perspectives of 210 Saint Paul at the street level looking southeast and northeast.

Last but not least, here is a panorama of the project site from the alley between Saint Paul and Steele Street.

As 210 Saint Paul is going vertical, another project along Saint Paul, across the street, has just begun. We will be exploring that in our next post. Stay tuned!

By | 2017-10-15T09:23:40+00:00 March 12, 2017|Categories: Cherry Creek, Infill, Residential, Urbanism|Tags: |2 Comments


  1. Cherry Creek March 13, 2017 at 10:23 am

    Love the new drawings and the first floor retail. Big upgrade for that location.

  2. Scott Bennewitz April 18, 2017 at 7:28 am

    2nd tower crane being erected today at the 3rd & St. Paul portion of the St. Paul Collection.

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