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 of two of the project’s premier parcels, Timber and Market, during a ceremony last Thursday. The S’PARK project has been under construction for the last year, with an initial phase of 45 townhome units set to deliver in February, 2018.
“By seamlessly integrating with residential spaces, we’re building a better home for shops and businesses at S’PARK,” said Scott Holton, principal at Elements Properties. “From boutiques to craft breweries, there will be tons to explore across a connected, open community. It’s an entirely new culture of living, eating, and shopping in Boulder.”
Market will be a 50,000-square foot mixed-use office with ground floor retail. Boulder craft brewer Upslope Brewing Company has already claimed 8,500 square feet for a new on-site brewpub. Anticipated completion is August 2018.
Timber will offer a total of 150 residences including studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with a below grade parking structure, and ground floor retail, providing residents with a sense of connection to the amenities, shops, and streets that surround them. Anticipated completion is May 2019.
S’PARK is an entirely new neighborhood coming to the heart of Boulder in late 2017, bringing genuine community and tapped potential to Sutherland Park and Boulder Junction. It’s all built on the notion that retail, office, and residential spaces work best when they can coexist and collaborate. So whether you’re looking for a place to call home, build a business, or simply unwind, consider this an open invitation to take part in Boulder’s most connected community ever.
Rendering courtesy of Element Properties.