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Davis Partnership Architects | Infinity LoHi | Denver, CO

Richman-Ascension Development retained Davis Partnership Architects to design a new LEED Silver Certified, 273-unit apartment facility in the LoHi neighborhood of Denver. The three-building development is located at 28th and Vallejo, on the former site of Denver Public Schools’ Contemporary Learning Academy. The development, known as Infinity LoHi, will be within two blocks of some of Denver’s hottest new restaurants and bars in LoHi, with easy walking access to Riverfront Park and Lower Downtown.

The largest of the three buildings is located on the southern parcel, with expansive views of downtown.  This building is situated on a sloping site and its height varies from five to six stories. On the northern blocks, two separate buildings ranging from three to four stories in height will step down in elevation to create a building scale sensitive to the adjacent residential neighborhood.  The buildings align with street frontages to create a consistent form and rhythm compatible with the urban context.

Each building will have its own below grade parking, with common access to the main amenities courtyard located on the larger site. Amenity features include an outdoor pool, hot tub, fire pits, water features, built-in seating, landscape planters, and gas grills. Indoor amenities include a leasing office, conference room, fitness, yoga room, bar/lounge, and common coffee bar open seating areas.

The first phase of construction is expected to be complete by the summer of 2017.  Davis Partnership provided Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Lighting Design and Signage Design services for the project. Milender White is the General Contractor.

Davis Partnership Architects | Sanderson Apartments | Denver, CO

Davis Partnership is currently in the construction phase of a 60 unit supportive housing/multi-family residential building for the Mental Health Center of Denver. The 50,400 square-foot residential building is based on the housing first model and targets chronically homeless individuals.

The project is designed to create a nurturing and healing environment while utilizing the principles of trauma informed care. Wider than typical hallways with views to the exterior landscape, natural light, multiple and varied sightlines, spaces to meet, talk, retreat, contemplate, interact, and commune, offer a balance to the efficient yet comfortable 425 SF dwelling units.

The exterior landscape including a resident’s garden, safe courtyard and gazebo also offers a variety of spaces and activities to contribute to the health and well-being of the residents.

The construction cost is $10.9 Million and scheduled to open in June 2017. The contractor is Denueve Construction.

Tryba Architects | Colorado Center Mixed-Use Development | Denver, CO
Completion: In Development
Building Area: Office Space: 200,000 SF
Retail: 12,000 SF
Residential: 268,700 SF
340 unit multi-level garage structure

Lincoln Property Company and ASB Real Estate Investments

Studio PBA | Broadstone AT 9TH | Denver, CO








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OZ’s design for the Rêve project at Boulder Junction was recently approved by the Boulder City Council. Developed by Southern Land Company of Franklin, TN, Rêve is the latest exciting mixed-use development in a rapidly changing neighborhood, joining Whole Foods, Spark, Hyatt Place, Solana and the nearby Google campus. Rêve is reshaping the east Boulder experience with a mix of exclusive street level retail, live/work space and a diversity of residential options all intertwined into open space and dynamic public plaza. This transformative mixed-use project includes four buildings over a 6-acre site at 30th and Pearl streets with a linear open space park along the Boulder Slough.


BOKA Powell Architects — Market Station — LoDo

Continuum Partners LLC, a Denver-based firm specializing in building urban, mixed-use developments, purchased the Market Street Station property from the City of Denver for $14.5 million in December 2015 and recently announced that the $150 million project will break ground in early August of 2017, along with these brand new renderings.

The parcel includes the block bounded by 16th, 17th, Market and Blake Streets, except for the Regional Transportation District headquarters building at 1600 Blake Street. .

The current development plan calls for approximately 370,000-square-feet of development including 90,000-square-feet of creative office space, 85,000-square-feet of retail and approximately 225 residential rental. The retail is planned to include established national brands, emerging concepts and a small number of restaurants. The residential plan will include a large number of micro apartments in hopes of addressing the ever-increasing affordability challenges downtown.

Finally, the development plan includes two levels of below grade parking, providing 350 spaces for both tenant and public use.

El Dorado Inc. out of Kansas City will serve as the lead design architect and BOKA Powell out of Dallas will be the architect of record. The Continuum Partners project plan features two signature mixed use buildings along 16th Street. The two buildings will form a gateway into an intimate interior alley, which will feature small boutique retail, cafes and even some green space. Lower density residential structures will front Market Street, 17th Street and Blake Street.