Downtown Projects Photo Update

While there may not be many new infill projects being announced these days, there is still plenty of construction going on in Downtown Denver. Here’s just a sampling. Many thanks to Vicki from Uptown for the photos.

Solera (11-story apartments at 20th & Lawrence):

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Auraria Science Building:

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Cornerstone (5-story apartments at Park Avenue & Curtis):

21st & Curtis Townhomes (5 units):

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Park Avenue Hope VI Block 4:

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By | 2017-09-24T16:24:17+00:00 August 23, 2009|Categories: Infill|Tags: , , , , |3 Comments


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  2. SC48 August 24, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    I really like what the Auraria Science Building did for that – albeit small – strectch of Speer. Feels a lot more "urban" now.

    Also, I like the Solera building. That's the perfect area for development in Denver. All those randomly higher-end townhouse/condo developments above 20th feel like they jumped the gun a bit. They're in an area that's still somewhat light-industrial and where there is very little – if any – retail to support the residential. Filling in the gap between downtown and those projects with residential and ground floor retail would go a long way to making those projects more attractive to buyers.

  3. Joe August 25, 2009 at 3:37 pm

    Excellent photography…

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