The Standard, a 17-story, 441,980-square-foot housing tower in downtown Columbia, has taken a major step toward completion.
Chicago-based real estate development and construction engineering firm Clayco recently celebrated the topping off of the project at the corner of Assembly and Washington streets. Crews have poured 17,000 yards of concrete and installed 1,500 tons of rebar, according to a news release.
In collaboration with developers CRG, Landmark Properties and architect Lamar Johnson Collaborative, Clayco is scheduled to complete construction of The Standard in summer 2023. The tower will feature 247 fully furnished units with 678 beds and amenities including a rooftop pool, hot tub, grilling stations, jumbotron television, resort-equipped fitness and wellness center, golf simulator, game-day lounge, and group and private study lounge space.
“It’s very fulfilling to take part in builds like this from the ground up, and we are excited to commemorate this moment in the project,” Patrick Fanella, Clayco general superintendent, said in the release. “Over the course of the project, we will have poured concrete for half a floor every three to four days. As we near completion, it’s uplifting to know we’ll positively impact the community through bringing the student population closer to the city’s center.”
Units range from studios to five-bedroom apartments.
Pair of Rosewood Drive properties sell for $1.1 million
Two Rosewood Drive properties have sold for a combined $1.1 million.
William Mills and Roger Winn of Trinity Partners represented the sellers of 2909 and 2917 Rosewood Drive. The properties, which together include a 6,632-square-foot building situated on an 0.7-acre lot, were sold separately to the same buyer for a combined purchase price of $1,111,000.