Construction of Lakehouse at Sloans Lake Reaches Halfway Point

Rendering of Lakehouse courtesy of NAVA Real Estate Development.

DENVER — Construction of the 12-story Lakehouse residences, overlooking Sloans Lake, has reached the halfway point and is on schedule for completion in late summer 2019.

The new 196-unit condominium and rowhome development by NAVA Real Estate Development (NAVA) — a Colorado-based development company focused on improving communities through quality design and healthy programming — is located at 4200 West 17thAvenue on the corner of 17thand Raleigh and was designed by local firm, RNL Design (now Stantec), with some collaboration with Munoz + Albin Architecture & Planning out of Houston.  The general contractor is GH Phipps.

As one of only a few for-sale condominium buildings under construction in Denver, Lakehouse will provide buyers with unique services and amenities not available anywhere else.  Located in the LEED-certified SLOANS district, on the former St. Anthony Hospital site, the residences are being listed exclusively by Dee Chirafisi, Kevin Garrett, and Matt McNeill, of Kentwood City Properties.  Condominiums range in size from approximately 704 to 3,357 square feet, with one-, two- and three-bedroom options. Current prices range from the low $500,000s to $3.3 million. The two- and three-bedroom rowhomes range in size from 1,578 square feet to 2,230 square feet and are priced from $872,000 to $1,103,500.

“We felt that Lakehouse was a unique opportunity in Colorado to create high-rise living in a waterfront setting with views of downtown and the Rockies,” said Brian Levitt, who along with his business partner, Trevor Hines, founded NAVA to develop sites that improve the built environment through iconic architecture, thoughtful design and the incorporation of health-focused features.  “Lakehouse’s theme of healthy living is enriched by its setting on Sloan’s Lake and the incredible views. Residents will have access to fresh food grown onsite, inviting areas to interact with friends and neighbors and access to health and wellness experts and education.”

Those who decide to live at Lakehouse will not only find value in a great location with a lakefront setting, but they will also enjoy the benefits of Colorado’s first residential building to pilot and pursue WELL Building Certification.  The WELL Building Standard is a performance-based system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring aspects of the built environment that impact human health and well-being. Lakehouse has been designed to incorporate WELL’s seven elements – air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.

The residences will feature livable large, open-air balconies overlooking the lake, mountains and the city; thoughtful finishes in four attractive palettes, floor-to-ceiling windows that maximize natural light, Chef-inspired kitchens with Italian cabinetry, quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, high-end fixtures and secure resident-owned parking.

Lakehouse recently launched a revamped website at

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