Bee Hat Lofts

MarketsLocation

St. Louis, Missouri

Size

74,800 sq. ft

Historic Renovation

Description

PARIC renovated the vacant 63,000 sq. ft. seven-story building, built in 1905, into 36 loft apartments and 7,000 sq. ft. of street level retail.

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