The River Mile is envisioned by Revesco Properties, owners of Elitch Gardens, as a new downtown neighborhood to be built along a nearly one-mile stretch of the South Platte River between Speer Boulevard and Auraria Parkway. Adjacent to two transit stations and featuring a bike/ped-oriented design, an inclusive mix of family-friendly and affordable housing options, new waterfront parks and public spaces, retail and restaurants, workplaces, schools and daycare centers, and continued restoration of the South Platte, The River Mile represents the next generation urban neighborhood in Downtown Denver.
For an overview of the exciting long-term vision for The River Mile, please check out the project website and definitely watch the excellent video on the home page.
The latest conceptual design for the major University Hill hotel project will be made available to the public at a meeting on Thursday evening, during which the project team will also seek feedback on the design that it says will inform its look moving forward. Continue reading
If you’re panicking that Elitch Gardens is going away soon, don’t. Continue reading
A team of locally based, creatively-driven developers have announced plans for a new 160-unit building that will allow for flexible lengths of stay from a nightly/weekly option on several floors to a monthly/yearly option on others. The yet-to-be named project will be located at 3770 Walnut Street, a spearheaded-shaped primary intersection in RiNo, across from the 38th and Blake A-Line stop. The team plans to preserve a piece of Denver’s history, an existing house on the site which dates back to 1890. Continue reading
PearlWest, an SA+R project completed in 2016 in Boulder, was recently named as the Best Large Infill project of the year by the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) Colorado Chapter. At nearly 200,000 square feet of total space, the PearlWest program is a mix of uses including retail and restaurants at ground level and Class A office space above. Below grade, space is provided for a theatre, and conventional parking under the Pearl Street footprint. The building is also home one of the nation’s first fully automated parking systems. The developer of the project was Denver-based The Nichols Partnership. Continue reading
We’re extremely proud to announce that one of our very own, Chris Shears, has been elevated to The College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, an honor that only 3% of AIA members hold. Congratulations, Chris! Read more about this achievement here. Continue reading
Our project, The Dairy Block, was honored with the top prize at this year’s Awards Ceremony for Colorado’s leading commercial real estate development association. Read more about all projects awarded below, as reported by the Colorado Real Estate Journal. Or find out more about its design here, on our website.
NAIOP Colorado Awards Continue reading
One of Denver’s poorest neighborhoods is about to undergo a renaissance that could see it become a cultural and entertainment hub in the heart of the city over the next decade. Developers are poised to build on an established, if unofficial, recreational district in and around Sun Valley, which stretches from Interstate 25 on the east to Federal Boulevard on the west, Sixth Avenue on the south to 20th Avenue on the north.
Jackson, Margaret (2018, February 13) Sun Valley Could Be Denver’s Next Big Thing Westword.com Continue reading
Meow Wolf Denver will be in a tangle of viaducts in the city’s Sun Valley neighborhood. When Meow Wolf Denver opens in a new building sandwiched into a tangle of viaducts in the Sun Valley neighborhood in 2020, it will bring an immersive, interactive experience designed to transport its visitors into an exotic world of sensory stimulation.
Jackson, Margaret (2018, January 04) Meow Wolf Denver Lands In Sun Valley Bisnow.com Continue reading
What The Experts Are Saying: “This street wall speaks to that urban-focused, transit-oriented living that Union Station has been all about.” … Continue reading