Move-ins commenced August 15 at the Everly in the Loop, a partnership between Clayco, CRG, and Koman Group, while workers put the finishing touches on the 14-story apartment building. It’ beings marketed to students, being leased by the bedroom, each with its own bathroom, and amenities and services geared towards them. Background

The apartments, with a total of 428 bedrooms, are 80% leased. The building meets the government-mandated one space per dwelling unit regulation. So far lessees have brought about 85 cars. There are also 100 spaces for bicycles. Unfortunately I couldn’t get a picture of them.

The sidewalk is open. Hope trees are coming soon.

Lobby

The mail room features automated package storage. A recipient will receive a text/email whenever a package arrives.

There are four study rooms.

Lounge

Gym

Video screen.

The pool is 8″ deep.

Kitchen

Living room

Bedroom

Bathroom

Garage

They are in talks with someone on leasing the entire commercial space.

Glazed Brick.

Marketing flyer

About Richard Bose

A nextSTL contributor since 2011, Richard is an Electrical Engineer by profession. He earned a BA in Physics and Economics and an MSEE from Washington University in St. Louis. Richard is a transplant from Central Illinois and has called St. Louis home since 1998. He is Vice President of St. Louis Strong. He can be found on Twitter @Stlunite and contacted at [email protected]