This 29-story tower is located directly adjacent to Busch Stadium. As the signature building of Ballpark Village, a multi-block development on former surface parking lots, the project is part of a vibrant new district in downtown St. Louis.
At the sidewalk level, the design addresses a range of conditions. The southern edge, adjacent to the ballpark, supports the exciting gameday activity on Clarke Street, which is pedestrian-only on game days. The northern edge, on the quieter Cardinal Way, hosts neighborhood retail and the residential entry.
The generous residential amenities are located primarily at the 8th level, and include a clubroom, kitchen, fitness, game room, indoor-outdoor bar as well as terrace space that allows views into the stadium from a stepped belvedere and an infinity-edge pool.
The tower has a contemporary angular form, designed to stand in contrast to the traditional red brick stadium, and sculpted to maximize views onto the field. There is an affiliation with the Cardinals brand, subtly incorporating team lore in the interior finishes and artwork to create a unique residential community which appeals to superfans and urbanites alike. Its success is evidenced by robust early leasing, with many of the prime units being reserved before construction began.
25,000 square feet of interior and exterior amenity space
10,000 sf of Retail Space
527 Parking Spaces
One Cardinal Way is the recipient of a 2020 Best in American Living Award.
Visit the official development website for One Cardinal Way here.