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McWHINNEY Multifamily Projects Begin Leasing

DENVER — McWHINNEY – a Colorado-based premier real estate investor and developer with expertise in multifamily, hospitality, mixed-use and commercial assets – has multiple Colorado multifamily projects in the works, including three communities that will welcome residents this year. Cycle, a 405 apartment home community in Fort Collins, and Pinyon Pointe, a 166 apartment home community in Loveland, are now leasing.

Located adjacent to The Foothills Mall and near the MAX line in Fort Collins, Cycle features a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom layouts with high-end finishes and unique amenities including a golf simulator, a 24-hour fitness facility, clubhouse, gaming, conference spaces, co-working spaces, EV charging stations, bike and ski repair and a dog spa and Bark Park.

Loveland’s new Pinyon Pointe offers 166 apartment homes with granite countertops and private balconies, all with easy access to downtown shopping, dining, entertainment and tons of onsite outdoor activities. Residents can enjoy a beautiful clubhouse with a 24-hour fitness center, a resort-style pool and spa, a Bocce Ball court, BBQ grills, community garden plots and outdoor entertainment spaces, along with a tot lot playground and a Bark Park for dogs.

Available for lease beginning Summer 2018, RiDE at RiNo located at the corner of 36th and Wynkoop in Denver’s booming RiNo art district, features 84 micro-apartment homes with quality interior finishes. Currently under construction, the community amenities include EV charging stations, ample personal and bike storage, a rooftop deck, complimentary laundry lounge, a conference room and a top floor clubhouse.

SOVA, another multifamily project currently under construction and set to debut in 2019, brings 211 luxury apartment homes to Denver’s Uptown neighborhood at the corner of 19th Avenue and Grant Street. The majority of Sova’s contemporary apartment homes are studios and one-bedrooms, with a sprinkling of two-bedrooms and a row of street-level flat-style units.

McWHINNEY also has several additional Colorado multifamily projects still in the planning phase, including developments in Broomfield, Longmont, Fort Collins, Centerra East in Loveland and in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood.

Rendering courtesy of McWHINNEY

 

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