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333 on the Park residential unit

Photo courtesy: 333 on the Park

The beautiful 333 on the Park apartment building was the 41st residential building to join the District Energy system. We provide building residents with cooling, heating, and domestic hot water.

A historic renovation, the building has been transformed into a 134-unit luxury apartment complex situated in the heart of the Artist District between Mears Park and the Union Depot. 333 on the Park offers studio, 1, 2, 3-bedroom, and penthouse apartments with high-end finishes. A few of the building amenities including a yoga studio, concierge, 24-hour fitness center, artist gallery, sky lounge, large community room, underground parking, and of course district heating and cooling. District Energy services are new to many of the tenants. Calsey Smith, Community Manager for 333 on the Park says, “The bills don’t lie. The residents are happy to see their utility bills much lower than the other properties that they have lived in previously.” The building operators and managers were also new to the system. They are extremely grateful for the outstanding customer support District Energy has provided during this learning period. “All of our questions and concerns are always answered immediately. Customer service is always quick to walk us through an issue or come on site to show us how,” stated Calsey.

333 on the Park roof top deck

Photo courtesy: 333 on the Park

333 on the Park was formerly known as The Gordon & Ferguson building. Constructed in 1913 and designed by Clarence H. Johnston Sr., a prominent Saint Paul architect. It was the original headquarters for entrepreneurs Richard Gordon and Paul Ferguson who dealt in hats. Their business grew to become the outdoor clothing line under the brands Field & Stream and Town & Country.