CRG Holds Grand Opening for Apartments in Northwest Suburb of St. Louis
CRG, the national real estate development and investment arm of Clayco, held a grand opening celebration for Chapter at The Streets, a five-story, 245-unit multifamily community located at 333 Mulholland Drive in St. Charles, MO, a northwest suburb of St. Louis. Located within the Streets of St. Charles mixed-use district, the building opened to its first residents this month.
“Chapter at The Streets brings a new, modern living option to historic St. Charles, allowing residents to take advantage of the amenity-rich experience at the property while also enjoying the multitude of business and recreational offerings available in this location,” said JJ Smith, CRG’s EVP, partner and residential group leader.
Chapter at The Streets marks the third Chapter-branded community and is part of CRG’s national residential development strategy. The Chapter portfolio also includes Broadway Chapter, a 242-unit multifamily community in Fort Worth that opened in 2021; and Upshore Chapter, a 149-unit property in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood completed in 2019.
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