Bayly Lofts

St. Charles' first development, the Bayly Lofts

In 1995, St. Charles purchased a 40,000-square-foot, 9-year vacant, run-down, mid-century modern office building at the corner of Tremont and Colfax.

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Tremont Center

Tremont Center from St. Charles Town Company

In 1995, St. Charles purchased a 40,000-square-foot, 9-year vacant, run-down, mid-century modern office building at the corner of Tremont and Colfax.

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Wazee Supper Club

Wazee Supper Club from St. Charles Town Company

This “jewel box” Victorian structure is one of the buildings remaining in downtown Denver constructed during the gold rush period.

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Brunetti Lofts

Brunetti Lofts

In 2004, St. Charles broke ground on its second phase of the former Benjamin Moore site. Brunetti Lofts was St. Charles’ first affordable housing development.

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Gallantry at Lowry

Gallantry at Lowry

Erected in 1892, the Equitable Building features a massive groin-vaulted lobby with elaborate mosaic tiles, exotic marble walls and floors, Tiffany-stained-glass windows, a grand staircase finished in gleaming bronze, and exquisite brass finishes.

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Equitable Building

The Equitable Building from St. Charles Town Company

Erected in 1892, the Equitable Building features a massive groin-vaulted lobby with elaborate mosaic tiles, exotic marble walls and floors, Tiffany-stained-glass windows, a grand staircase finished in gleaming bronze, and exquisite brass finishes.

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Chroma Lofts

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St. Charles Town Company broke ground on Chroma in 2008, the company’s third and final phase of the Benjamin Moore site in Downtown Denver’s thriving Ballpark neighborhood.

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The Baldwin

The Baldwin from St. Charles Town Company

St. Charles Town Company purchased 1800 Glenarm in 2008 after the property had gone through the hands of a scandal plagued developer.

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