From large to small there are a lot of housing projects under development in the Highlands Neighborhood. Today we will be looking at five of them sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.
First off we will start with a project located on the corner of Zuni and Caithness Place: Highland Park. This project has also been named the “Core Power Yoga” since Core Power Yoga will be the main commercial anchor. Back in February, Ken made a post with renderings and details which can be found here.
It appears most of the foundation work is done.
Looking down from the other side of the project, there is a great view of downtown.
As I was walking up Zuni, I stumbled across a project titled Zuni VI Townhomes; it is located at 32nd and Zuni Street.
From what I gathered on the sign and their website, they are going to be three bedroom, four bathroom units with rooftop decks. There will be six units in total with ground floor office space.
So far not much progress has been made but there is activity on the site.
This next townhome project is located just south of 32nd and Vallejo Street; named Vallejo Street Townhomes. This is a ten unit project. Renderings and details can be found on the project’s website.
It looks like this project is almost complete.
Even though the front of the project is covered by trees in this shot, you can see what the back side is going to look like.
Next up there is a project nearing completion on 34th and Tejon Street. This project also has a website which can be found here. It looks like this is the first phase of townhomes in this project.
Looking from the backside, workers were installing appliances in one of the units. I asked one of the workers if I could get a glimpse at one of the units but they wouldn’t let me in.
There isn’t much around the 34th and Tejon Street intersection. This building adds quite a presence in the area.
Last but not least we are going to look at the Highland Crossing Final Phase. Back in April I did an update and it has come along nicely since then.
It appears the name for this phase is Prospect on Central. It looks like the building is topped out and the siding is being installed.
Looking at the project from the other side you can see how far up Kensing Court it goes.
Looking down from 17th Street you can see there is a great view of downtown.
Looking down from Kensing Court, you can see there will be some spectacular views of downtown from these residences.
There are a lot of little projects in Denver’s neighborhoods that all contribute to the urbanization of Denver and provide great infill taking away one empty lot after another.