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Evolve Towers Receives Unanimous Approval

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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.

Rendering courtesy of OZ Architecture

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.

According to OZ, the residential towers are designed with a “net zero” energy goal by combining innovative and highly energy efficient technologies and construction methodologies with responsibly sourced materials and strategic architectural detailing. Evolve Towers seeks to balance smart design and compelling aesthetics to attract a wide audience of conscientious consumers while enhancing the community in which it will be created.

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.

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