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Denver Cityscape News and Updates:



9/28/16 - As first announced in February of 2016, Mill Creek Residential Trust of Dallas is moving forward with a project at 12th and Grant. The Modera Capitol Hill project will include 197 units in an 8 story building with three floors of structured parking and 2nd story amenities. A building permit for the project was recently submitted to the City for the 98 foot tall building. Here is the latest rendering of the project:



8/26/16 - As originally described in the 7/5/16 below, the Nichols Partnership of Denver is proposing to develop a 90 unit micro-apartment building at 15th and Wewatta in the Lower Downtown neighborhood. The building design has become more specific as the project has entered the City's review process. The project is still planned to include 1,700 square feet of retail on the ground floor of the 12 story structure. The building is proposed to be 139 feet tall. No on-site parking is proposed. The architect is Shears Adkins + Rockmore of Denver. Here are a couple of the most recent renderings:



8/11/16 - Vukota Capital of Greenwood Village is planning the development of a 179 unit condominium building at 2980 Huron Street in the Ballpark neighborhood. The 13 story building named Union Place, will also include third story and rooftop amenities, ground floor retail space, and structured parking for 270 vehicles. The project architect is Shears Adkins + Rockmore of Denver. A project sales office should be open within the next few months at 21st and Wewatta Streets. A website is also up and running - www.unionplacecondo.com. Here is a rendering of the building:



8/10/16 - An EVEN Hotel, an Intercontinental Hotel Group brand, is being planned on a surface parking lot at Park Avenue West and Blake Street in Lower Downtown. The 8 story, 150 room hotel is being designed by Davis Partnership of Denver. The building would include 1 floor of below grade parking, ground floor lobby and restaurant and second floor amenities. The project is currently in the planning review process. The building would be 97 feet in height. Here are a few renderings:



8/5/16 - Trammell Crow Residential of Dallas is proposing the the development of a 297 units, 11 story apartment building along Market Street between 18th and 19th Streets. The Alexan Market Street project would also include 9,500 square feet of ground floor retail and above and below grade parking. Rooftop amenities are also proposed. The project architect is JNS of Denver. The project is currently going through the City's development review and Lower Downtown review process. Here are a few renderings:



8/3/16 - BMC Investments of Denver is about to start construction of a new apartment building in Cherry Creek at 210 St. Paul Street. The 8 story, 76 unit building will also include approximately 11,500 square feet of ground floor retail and two floors of below grade parking. The project has been designed by 4240 Architecture of Denver. The building should be complete by November of 2017. Here is a rendering:



7/28/16 - Unico Properties of Seattle is proposing the development of an 8 story mixed use development in Lower Downtown. The project would be located between Cherry Creek and 14th Street, and Wynkoop and Wazee Streets on two existing surface parking lots. The building is proposed to include 15,000 square feet of retail, 73,000 square feet of office and 40 residential units. The building would be 99 feet in height. The architect for the project is Oz Architecture of Denver. Here are a couple of renderings:



7/20/16 - Elevation Development Group of Denver will soon begin construction of HUB, a mixed use project at 36th and Walnut Streets in the River North neighborhood. The project, designed by Gesler's Denver office, will include an 8 story, 220,000 square foot office building, a 150 room boutique hotel (rumored to be an Ace Hotel), and 440 structured parking spaces. The project will also include 27,000 square feet of retail. The office building will be anchored by HomeAdvisor, which is relocating from suburban Golden. The project will be completed in early 2018. Here are a couple of renderings:



7/19/16 - T2 Hospitality is requesting final approval by the City of a hotel at 16th and Market Streets in Lower Downtown. The hotel, first described in the 5/27/16 post below, has been reduced from 12 to 10 floors, although the height has remained the same with taller floor to ceiling heights. The number of rooms has also been reduced from 220 to 168. The building is still planned to contain 6,000 square feet of retail. The building architect remains DLR Group. Here is the latest rendering:



7/5/16 - Nichols Partnership of Denver is proposing to develop a 91 unit micro-apartment building on a small surface parking lot at the intersection of 15th and Wewatta Streets in LoDo. The 12 story building would include 94 parking spaces in an automated garage and approximately 1,700 square feet of retail space. The project architect is Shears Adkins + Rockmore of Denver. Here are a couple of conceptual renderings of the project:



5/27/16 - T2 Hospitality of Newport Beach, California is moving forward with the development of a 12 story hotel at the intersection of 16th and Market Streets in Lower Downtown. The 220 room hotel was first described in the 2/4/16 post below. At the time the project was in the massing review stage with the Lower Downtown Design Review Board. Since that time, the architect, DLR Group of Pasadena, California, has done additional exterior design work. The hotel will also include 6,000 square feet of retail space and 59 parking spaces in a below grade garage. Here is the latest rendering of the project:



5/15/16 - St. Francis Center, LLC of Denver recently submitted a building permit to the City of Denver for the construction of a 6 story affordable housing project at 1450 Washington Street in Capitol Hill. The St. Francis Apartments will include 50 residential units and a sixth floor amenity space that will include outdoor space, workstations, and training facilities. Parking will be provided in surface lots surrounding the project. The project architect is Humphries Poli of Denver. Construction should begin in early fall of 2016, with completion in early 2018. Here is a rendering:



5/8/16 - Argyle Residential of Austin is planning the development of a 176 unit apartment building in the Golden Triangle neighborhood. The 14 story building, to be located at 13th Avenue and Delaware Street, will include 2,200 square feet of retail, structured parking and rooftop amenities. The project will be 158 feet in height. The project architect is Meeks and Partners of Houston. A construction schedule has not yet been announced. Here is a rendering:



5/5/16 - Consolidated Investment Group of Denver has proposed the development of a mixed use building at Colfax Avenue and Corona Street in Denver. The 7 story Route 40 project will include 185 apartment units, approximately 24,000 square feet of ground floor retail, 27,500 square feet of office space, and two levels of structured parking. The residential amenities will be located on the third floor. The building will be 84 feet in height. The project architect is Davis Partnership of Denver. Construction is planned to begin in late 2016. Here is a rendering of the project:



4/5/16 - Two new modern infill projects are currently being planned for the Lower Downtown neighborhood. Both projects would add primarily glass buildings into an area of historic brick structures. The first project is being planned at the intersection of 15th and Market Streets. The addition to the Rocky Mountain Seed Company building would be four stories in height with a 4,100 square foot ground floor restaurant, 10,000 square feet of office space on two floors, and a fourth floor dining area for the restaurant with a large rooftop deck. The building is being planned by Seed Acquisitions LLC. The project designer is Tryba Architects of Denver. Construction is planned to start in late 2016. Here is a rendering:

The second project is SugarSquare located on Wazee Street just south of the historic Sugar Building on 16th Street. The four story building will include approximately 10,800 square foot of office space. The project by Urban Villages of Denver has been designed by Semple Brown Design, also of Denver. Construction is planned to start during this summer. Here is a rendering:



3/30/16 - Unico Properties of Seattle is proposing the development of a 4 story office building at 16th and Platte Streets in Denver's Central Platte Valley neighborhood. The 171,000 square foot building will include 25,000 square feet of ground floor retail/restaurant space, and 185 parking spaces in 2 floors of below grade parking. The project architect is Open Studio Architecture of Denver. Here are a couple of renderings:



3/22/16 - The Denver office of Shea Properties is moving forward with the last phase of the Village Center Station project located adjacent to the Arapahoe at Village Center light rail station in Greenwood Village. The 9 story, 280,000 square foot building will also include a 850 space parking garage and 9,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. The project architect is Davis Partnership of Denver. Construction is proposed to begin in late 2016, with completion in early 2018. Here are a couple of renderings:



3/13/16 - St Charles Town Company of Denver recently announced the development of a new hotel in the Highland neighborhood. The 165 room hotel will be a Starwood brand and will include structured parking and rooftop amenities. The new lodging choice will be located along 16th Street between Central and Boulder Streets. When the project was first announced, the following schematic design rendering was released:


Since that time, the project architecture has been refined. The project is planned to start construction late this year, with completion in 2018. Here is the latest rendering:



2/18/16 - Two new residential projects are planned along Speer Boulevard in the Golden Triangle neighborhood. The first project is a 7 story building proposed by Legacy Partners of Foster City, California. The 322 unit project, to be located at 13th Avenue and Speer, will also include two levels of structured parking and third floor amenities. The project architect is the Denver office of KTGY. Construction is planned to begin later this year. Here is a rendering:

The second project is planned by Greystar Residential of Charleston, SC and was originally described in the 7/30/15 post below. The Greystar Speer project is planned for the corner of Bannock Street and Speer. The 16 story, 198 foot tall building will include 301 units, structured parking, 12,500 square feet of retail and rooftop amenities. The project architect is Zeigler Cooper of Houston. Construction is proposed to begin in September of this year. Here is the most recent rendering:



2/10/16 - Mill Creek Residential Trust of Dallas is proposing the development of a 198 unit apartment project at 12th Avenue and Grant Street in the Capitol Hill Neighborhood. The 8 story building would include two floors of below grade parking, townhome-style units facing Grant Street and 12th Avenue, and third floor amenities. The project architect is Davis Partnership of Denver. The project is currently being reviewed by the City and will likely start construction in early 2017. Here are a couple of renderings:



2/4/16 - There are three new projects under review by the City of Denver on, and surrounding, the former RTD Market Street Station. The first is 1601 Market, which will occupy the former station site. The project has gone through architectural design changes since it was first described in the 11/3/15 post below. The 10 story project is still planned to include approximately 90,000 square feet of retail, approximately 88,000 square feet of retail, and 197 residential units. The design now has a muted color scheme and more traditional window dimensions on the lower floors. The architect is still BOKA Powell and the developer is Continuum Partners. Construction is proposed to start later this year. Here are a couple of the new renderings:

The second project is a 7 story hotel planned on a surface parking lot at the corner of 17th and Blake Streets. The 202 room hotel is also proposed to include 2 floors of below grade parking and ground floor retail facing 17th Street. The project developer is Stonebridge Companies of Denver. The project architect is Newman Architects of New Haven, Connecticut. Construction of this project is also planned for later this year. Here are a couple of renderings:

The final project is planned on an existing surface parking lot at the corner of 16th and Market Streets. This 11 story, 211 room hotel will also include 7,500 square feet of retail space facing 16th Street, one floor of below grade parking and rooftop amenities. The developer is T2 Hospitality of Newport Beach, California. The project architect is the DLR Group of Pasadena, California. The project is still in the early review phase, but should begin construction in early 2017. Here are a couple of renderings:



1/21/16 - Mill Creek Residential Trust is planning the development of a new apartment project at 2850 Blake Street in the River North neighborhood. The Modera River North Arts project will include 180 units in a 5 and 6 story building. The project will include structured parking and rooftop amenities. The project architect is Studio PBA of Denver. The project is proposed to start construction in mid-2016. Here is a rendering:



1/13/16 - Lennar Multifamily is proposing the development of a 329 unit apartment building at 21st and Welton Streets in the Arapahoe Square neighborhood. The 18 story, 210 foot tall tower would also include three floors of structured parking, 4,200 square feet of ground floor retail and 5th and 17th floor rooftop amenities. The project architect is RNL Design of Denver. Construction is planned to begin in late 2016. Here are a few renderings:



1/11/16 - Architect and developer Chris Fulenwider recently began construction on the Red Owl apartments at 66 South Logan in the West Washington Park neighborhood of Denver. A new three story building will be attached to an existing building on the site that was previously occupied by a kitchen remodeling company, and that was originally built as a grocery store. The overall project will include 46 apartments, podium parking, a yoga studio and office space. The project completion is planned for early 2017. Here are a couple of renderings:



12/30/15 - BMC Investments of Denver is planning the development of a 165 room hotel at 240 Josephine Street in Cherry Creek. The 8 story hotel, rumored to be a new Marriott brand, will include below grade parking and a large courtyard adjacent to Josephine Street. The project architect is Johnson Nathan Strohe of Denver. Construction is planned to start in 2016. Here is a concept rendering of the project:



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