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Curved glass contributes to harmony between Victorian and contemporary design

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Floor to ceiling windows provide light, transparency and sweeping views of Central Park

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One Cardinal Way

Mixed-use facility

1 Cardinal Wy

St. Louis , Missouri 63102

United States

Mixed-use facility

1 Cardinal Wy

St. Louis , Missouri 63102

United States

Professional project photography of One Cardinal Way in St. Louis, MO.

A home run for St. Louis fans

One Cardinal Way holds a signature status with its breathtaking views, an eye-catching form and luxury amenities. The attractive, angular design of the 29-story tower has transformed the landscape of Ballpark Village – a vibrant new district in Downtown St. Louis – as it stands in contrast to the traditional red brick of nearby Busch Stadium. The architect selected SunGuard® SNR 43 coating on clear and SunGuard® SNX 62/27 on Clear to achieve privacy, ample daylighting and a subtly reflective exterior. The openness of the glass maximizes views to the nearby baseball field. 

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Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope®

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Hord Coplan Macht

Architect

Penn Services

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