ArchitectureConstructionDevelopmentMultifamily

Construction Begins on 18th & Market

DENVERGreystar has begun the construction of a new 282-unit, 11-story apartment community at the intersection of 18th & Market Street in LoDo.  The community will offer a spectrum of luxury apartment homes with more than 8,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.

“We are excited to begin construction on 18th & Market,” said Sarah Chitsaz, director of development for Greystar. “The community will provide a modern living option in the popular LoDo neighborhood with convenient on-site amenities that will appeal to any lifestyle.”

The general contractor for the project is Milender White. Construction is expected to be completed by spring 2021.

Designed by JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, the community offers studios, one and two-bedroom floor plans as well as penthouses ranging in size from 500 to 2,600 square feet. Ten penthouses will be available that include a private outdoor amenity area located on the 11th floor. Well-appointed interiors will include gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, gas ranges, quartz countertops, designer lighting and wood-style plank flooring in living areas. Apartment homes will offer open-concept living, high ceilings, walk-in closets, full size washers and dryers and spacious private terraces.

Amenities will include a community clubhouse featuring a fitness center with cardio and strength equipment, business center and spaces for co-working or meeting. Residents will be able to enjoy a resort-style swimming pool, sun deck, grilling stations as well as outdoor seating for entertaining. The transit orientated community will also include a dog wash, dog run, bicycle storage and repair shop and on-site parking.

Working closely with the Lower Downtown Design Review Board, the urban design of the project carefully addresses the height transition between LoDo and the CBD, using masonry and other forms, shapes and materials consistent with the character of the neighborhood.

Rendering courtesy of JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE

 

Previous post

$50 Million Metro Denver Impact Facility Launches to Create Affordable Housing

Next post

Amazon Decides Against Denver for Second Headquarters

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *