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Moselle at River's Edge, 2 glass buildings with partial black wrapped facade with recessed balconies and half roof patios
Moselle at the River's Edge

Integrating Design for Seamless Luxury Living


Baxter Construction Companies

Project Location

Council Bluffs, IA


400,000 SF


Wellness Design + Programming

Moselle at River’s Edge is part of a large revitalization effort which is uniquely positioned along the Missouri River between the cities of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska. The design features two distinct towers and thoughtfully leverages the river running between the cities as an asset.

Tower One houses 68 luxury condominiums and Tower Two offers 120 market-rate rental apartments. The towers share an amenity deck and parking structure. The project’s proximity to River’s Edge ensures that retail, office, and additional residential communities are conveniently located to residents of Moselle. Consisting of two, 15-story residential towers with a common 2-story podium totaling 400,000 SF, the project is served by a central plant water source heat pump loop providing heating and cooling to individual living units as well as common spaces.

The design focuses on elevating the resident experience around Wellness. Access to regional site amenities and assets are engrained in the central goals reflected in the design. Solutions include bike access around and directly in front of the property, in addition to the greater paths of regional bike trails.  Nutrition and fitness options are considered through curated options for the resident and guests. The design team held focus group sessions within Omaha and Council Bluffs to best understand what would draw buyers to the project. This was also used to build trust surrounding an unfamiliar and pioneering product within the market.

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