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Mixed Use Residential Buildings Boasts Colorful Array Of Products In Small Western Wisconsin City

Project Name: 503 Broadway
Location: Menomonie, WI
Architect: River Valley Architects
General Contractor: Market & Johnson
CEI Materials: R4000
Products: metal composite material, single skin
Photography: Broadway Heights & River Valley

Menomonie, a relatively small city in western Wisconsin, is the home of 503 Broadway apartment complex. Built near a variety of the city amenities such as the Red Cedar State Trail, the apartments offer access to entertainment and green spaces. Walkability is a major feature and design element of the building offering one to four-bedroom apartments to residents.

Broadway Heights, 503 Broadway Ave, Menomonie, Wisconsin, River Valley Heights, Photography River ValleyPhotography River Valley

The mixed-use space has ground level commercial space and a 40-unit apartment complex with underground parking facility. With the underground parking, the building is six-stories tall boasting a total footprint of nearly 80,000 square feet. Interestingly, the apartments were designed to accommodate a variety of residents including fully-furnished options for university students.

Broadway Heights, 503 Broadway Ave, Menomonie, Wisconsin, River Valley Heights, Photography Broadway HeightsPhotography Broadway Heights

Ryan Erickson, Leasing Specialist for the property, describes, “It’s location in downtown Menomonie means walkability to numerous restaurants, shops. Etc. There’s also proximity to UW-Stout and all its learning and cultural activities, proximity to a bike trail, and the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. The community has been great to work with on this project and we feel like they have embraced it.”

Broadway Heights, 503 Broadway Ave, Menomonie, Wisconsin, River Valley Heights, Photography Broadway HeightsPhotography Broadway Heights

The Broadway Heights apartments was designed by River Valley Architects, working closely with the general contractors at Market & Johnson. CEI Materials was responsible for fabricating the exterior metal components including both single skin panels and metal composite material. The project’s MCM components were fabricated utilizing CEI Materials’ customizable R4000 rainscreen system. This versatile system offers rain screen technology with varying joint widths as well as color flexibility.

 


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Attachment System Used:  R4000 Series

CEI Materials’ Performance Tested & Approved R4000 Drained/ Rear-Ventilated Rainscreen Panel Systems offers rain screen technology with varying joint widths as well as color versatility.

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