Luxury Apartment Community Breaks Ground in West Wash Park
DENVER— A luxury apartment community in Denver’s Washington Park neighborhood recently broke ground. Mill Creek Residential, a leading multifamily investor and operator specializing in premier apartment communities across the U.S., is targeting an early 2020 completion.
The community, located at 400 N. Grant Street just southeast of downtown, will feature 241 apartment homes and will be distinguished by its 9,300-square-foot rooftop deck that will provide views of the Rocky Mountains, downtown and the Denver skyline.
“Denver is a vintage market right now that possesses an incredible combination of job growth, housing demand and positive demographic trends,” said Brian Wynne, senior managing director of the Mountain States for Mill Creek Residential. “That’s not to mention that Wash Park is the epitome of Denver living both in aesthetic appeal and the lifestyle Denverites aspire to live. As the most popular neighborhood in the city, Wash Park is flanked by gorgeous mountain views and loaded with lifestyle-rich neighborhood amenities.”
Modera West Wash Park will be extremely commuter-friendly, boasting near-immediate access to Speer Boulevard, Sixth Avenue and the north-south combination of Lincoln and Broadway. Colorado’s Interstate 25 and Interstate 70 are within a few-minute drive of the community, which is in prime position to benefit from Denver’s thriving and diverse employment sector. The site also boasts a Walk Score of 93 and Bike Score of 95.
Modera West Wash Park is being developed in an area that will isolate it from most of the city’s incoming inventory, will contain studio, 1- and 2-bedroom homes with an average square footage of 864 and townhomes will also be available.
In addition to the magnificent rooftop deck, community amenities will consist of a club-quality fitness center on a glass-walled mezzanine overlooking the pool deck, a dog wash and dog run, bike maintenance and storage and reserved parking.
Modera West Wash Park is the eighth Denver-based development for Mill Creek. Others include Modera Observatory Park and Modera River North.
Rendering courtesy of Mill Creek Residential