Evolve Towers Receives Unanimous Approval
Evolve Towers, 23-story residential development in Arapahoe Square, designed with a “net zero” energy goal, received unanimous approval by Arapahoe’s Downtown Design Advisory Board (DDAB) last week.
According to public records, Denver-based Ubuntu Partners purchased 838 Park Avenue West and 2250 Champa St. in Arapahoe Square in November 2019, for $5.5 million. Design partners OZ Architecture and Sanzpont Arquitectura are collaborating on the projects elegant architectural statement.
Evolve Towers will include two 18-story residential towers containing 331-units, ground level retail and a four story parking garage with 258 below-grade and heavily screened above-grade parking spaces. The development is poised to become a gateway for the northern edge of the fast-growing Arapahoe Square.
Ubuntu Partners is a new development firm created by its founders — Keller Williams agent Karina Christensen and Northstar Commercial Partners co-founder Patricia Watson — as a social impact business to bring humanity and social sensitivity to commercial and residential projects.
*This article has been updated to reflect the new project stats.