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Continental Properties Breaks Ground on 272-Unit Multifamily Project at Peña Station Next

Wisconsin-based Continental Properties, a national developer and operator of multifamily communities, retail, and hospitality properties, recently broke ground on a 272-unit multifamily project called Springs at Peña Station. The community will offer luxury-style apartment living on nearly 14 acres of vacant land at Peña Station Next.

Brinkman Construction is the project’s general contractor marking its third project with Continental in the Colorado market. Zimmerman Architectural Studios is the design team.

The Springs at Peña Station development will feature gated, garden- and townhome-style studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartment homes with private, ground-level entrances and attached garage options.  

Located only thirty minutes from downtown Denver, the 380,302-square-foot community will offer amenities such as a resort-style pool,a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center,community clubhouse with coffee bar, outdoor barbecue area, conference room, car care area, and a leash-free dog park with pet spa.  

The 220-acre transit-oriented development, Peña Station Next, is anchored by Regional Transportation District’s 61st & Peña station.

Including this latest project, Continental Properties now own eight Springs properties in Colorado, according to its website. Construction completion is scheduled for the winter of 2024.

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