2020 Lawrence: LEED-Certified Design

2020 Lawrence is a 60-unit, 9-story condominium project proposed for 20th and Lawrence Streets on Block 080 in Northeast Downtown Denver. It is the latest project planned by David Zucker’s Zocalo Community Development Inc., which recently completed the Zocalo Condos at 22nd and Decatur, and is currently constructing the RiverClay project at River Drive and Clay Street, both in Downtown Denver’s Jefferson Park neighborhood.

The design for 2020 Lawrence has just been released. Here’s a nice high-resolution version, courtesy of Mr. Zucker:

The plan for 2020 Lawrence is to achieve LEED-Silver certification (for more information on the LEED program, please visit the U.S. Green Building Council’s website). The angled part of the roof will hold photovoltaic cells capable of producing about 50 kilowatts of electricity, enough to run most of the project’s common area/parking electrical, lights and cooling.

2020 Lawrence features underground parking, about 3,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, parking on the second level, and residential units on floors three through nine. The project will also feature both market rate and income-restricted affordable units.

For floorplans and other information, check out the project website at: www.2020Lawrencestreet.com.

By | 2017-09-24T18:07:31+00:00 April 29, 2007|Categories: Arapahoe Square, Architecture, Infill, Residential|Tags: |Comments Off on 2020 Lawrence: LEED-Certified Design