The CORE at Newstead

V Three Studios has partnered with local developers and contractors to revitalize residential housing in the Grove entertainment district, and national media is taking note! The New York Times recently featured one of the modern single-family homes designed by V Three Studios for the CORE @ South Newstead

The featured home in The New York Times’ Real Estate section – 4432 Vista Ave. – is one of forty-six contemporary, high-quality homes that are part of an overall master planned housing project set in motion by Washington University’s School of Medicine and designed by V Three Studios. With open floor plans that work well for entertaining and modern living, the CORE at South Newstead fills the gap in the market for custom homes within the city limits. Details include maintenance free exterior siding, premium windows, vaulted ceilings, custom tile flooring and solid surface countertops.

4432 Vista Ave. gives New Yorkers a glimpse of affordable housing in the in-demand Grove neighborhood, but those looking to stay put in the Empire State are in luck – V3 is licensed in New York, too!

Grove Multi-Family Residential | St. Louis Missouri

V Three Studios is thrilled to partner with Restoration St. Louis, Inc. to create a new, multi-family residential building in the heart of St. Louis’ Tower Grove district. The completion of this project will enhance continuity of the streetscape and infuse vitality to the neighborhood by increasing residential density. The five-story building located directly across from Urban Chestnut Brewing Company will consist of a contemporary, urban material palette including masonry veneer,  fiber-cement cladding, aluminum-framed glazed storefront, and projecting balconies on the upper floors. The scale of the building will be expressed through a composition of planes rendered in complementary materials and colors that suggest multiple volumes; but that work together as a whole.

The ground floor – measuring approximately 15,600 square feet – will have two street-fronting commercial tenant spaces with plans for a café that has both indoor and outdoor seating. Secured parking for residents is accessed from the side street and rear alley. An elevator lobby for resident access to the upper floors has doors from the garage and directly onto Manchester. The upper levels – each measuring approximately 13,430 square feet – will have 14 market-rate rental apartments, with unit sizes ranging from approximately 400 square feet to 1,150 square feet.