Construction Begins on $200M Market Station Project
DENVER – Continuum Partners, a Denver-based firm specializing in building urban, mixed-use developments, announced today that construction will begin on the highly anticipated Market Station project, formerly the site of the central Regional Transportation District (RTD) bus terminal, Market Street Station. Construction fencing will go up on the site beginning September 29,... Read more
Dynia Architects Receives AIA Award for RiNo Development
DENVER – Dynia Architects, an architectural design firm with offices in Jackson, WY and Denver, was recently awarded four design awards including one for Freight Residences, a family-friendly housing development in Denver, at Zeppelin Development’s TAXI compound in RiNo. The awards ceremony on Friday, September 22, at the Center for the Arts, was one of... Read more
Affordable Housing Coming to RiNo
  DENVER — RiNo’s only permanently affordable housing community is expected to break ground in the fourth quarter of 2018, at the 38th and Blake Station of the A Line Commuter Rail. The Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) is partnering with Medici Consulting Group (MCG) to develop Walnut Street Lofts, 65 units of permanently... Read more
Groundbreaking: S’PARK in Boulder Takes Shape with Two New Premier Parcels
Boulder, CO — The highly anticipated 10.5 acre S’PARK redevelopment project in Boulder is beginning to take shape, and officially broke ground on its second phase of residential development last week. Together with partners, Element Properties, The John Buck Company, and Kinship Capital the team celebrated the start of construction... Read more
Colorado’s Most Expensive Zip Codes
DENVER — While Colorado’s rental rates may seem a little steep to some, it may be reassuring to hear that Colorado is still much more affordable than California or New York and has in fact joined in on the national rental deceleration trend. But not all Colorado cities are... Read more
RNL Designs a Mixed-Use TOD in Denver’s Arapahoe Square Neighborhood
DENVER – RNL, an international architecture, design and planning firm, is providing architecture and programming, as well as interior, lighting and landscape design services for Radiant, a 329-unit, mixed-use apartment community currently underway for LMC — a multifamily real estate development and operating company. The 351,396-square-foot, transit-oriented development (TOD)... Read more
The Opus Group Celebrate Jones Building Demolition
DENVER — Along with Brue Baukol Capital Partners, The Opus Group — a family of commercial real estate development, construction, architecture and structural engineering companies — invited media to join nearly 200 other attendees at the Jones building demolition event on September 8th, that included a ceremonial glass breaking... Read more
Southern Land Company Opens First Denver Apartment Community, Centric LoHi
DENVER – Southern Land Company (SLC), has opened Centric LoHi, its first apartment community in Denver. The mixed-used, multifamily development began welcoming its first residents earlier this month. Centric LoHi, designed by EV Studio, features 302 luxury apartments spread between two buildings at 18th Street and Central Avenue in the city’s Lower Highland... Read more
LA Investor Acquires Workforce Housing Apartments for $52M
DENVER – Oak Coast Properties, a real estate investment firm focused on core plus, value-add and opportunistic real estate acquisitions across the United States, announced today they have acquired a majority interest of Villas on 76th, a 384-unit workforce housing apartment complex in Denver. The current owner, Cherry Creek-based BMC Investments, will maintain... Read more
DDP Releases Center City Housing Report; Address Need for Affordable Housing
DENVER – The Downtown Denver Partnership has released its Center City Housing report, detailing the population growth and number of housing units added or under construction in each of the center city’s 14 neighborhoods since 2010. The report was released in conjunction with the Partnership’s Center City Housing Forum,... Read more