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Opus Completes 2nd Missouri Luxury Community


The Opus Group has completed its second luxury community in Missouri. Ceylon Luxury Apartments ... were developed by Opus Development Co. in partnership with AIG Global Real Estate. Opus Design Build was the design builder while Opus AE Group was the ...


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25 NCentral Ave, Clayton, Mo. The Opus Group has completed its second luxury community in MissouriCeylon Luxury Apartments, located between the Old Town neighborhood and downtown Clayton, Mo., encompasses 120 units and joins Citizens Park, Opus’ first StLouis multifamily development, which opened in MayThe company also announced that Smoothie King leased 1,377 square feet of retail space available at the ground floor of the building. “From the overall architecture, down to the smallest design features, we were inspired to create a building that not only fit in with the Clayton aesthetic, but elevated it,” said Ryan Carlie, senior manager with Opus Development Co., in a prepared statement. Highly amenitized common areas The six-story Ceylon Luxury Apartments is located at 25 NCentral Aveand offers studios and one- and two-bedroom unitsIn addition to the residential part, the community includes a two-level underground parking and 13,297 square feet of retail spaceThe common areas offer top-of-the-line amenities such as: a deck overlooking Central Avenue an interior courtyard a club a game room a conference room a fitness room an outdoor lounge area with grill and fire pit a coffee bar video-enabled building access Both Ceylon Luxury Apartments and Citizens Park were developed by Opus Development Coin partnership with AIG Global Real EstateOpus Design Build was the design builder while Opus AE Group was the architect and structural engineer. Image courtesy of Opus Group AIG Global Real Estate Opus AE Group Opus Design Build LLC The Opus Group Regions Northeast West South Midwest Mid-Atlantic International National Change City " class="chosen chosen-select linked-chosen" tabindex="2"> Cities.. Albuquerque Atlanta Austin Baltimore Boston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dallas Denver Detroit Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Inland Empire Jacksonville Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis-StPaul Nashville-Knoxville New Orleans New York Orange County Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland Raleigh-Durham Richmond Sacramento Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Jose Seattle StLouis Tampa Washington DC About Us Contact Advertising Editorial Guidelines Industry Links Archive Tags Subscribe to MHN News by City Albuquerque Atlanta Austin Baltimore Boston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dallas Denver Detroit Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Inland Empire Jacksonville Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis-StPaul Nashville-Knoxville New Orleans New York Orange County Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland Raleigh-Durham Richmond Sacramento Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Jose Seattle StLouis Tampa Washington DC Connect with MHN Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest Instagram Digital Editions Magazine Archive

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