The Manhattan Lofts Final Update

Formally known as Manhattan Phase II, The Manhattan Lofts are complete and residents have started to move in. Here you can follow this development from the drawing board to completion.

New CPV Project: Manhattan Phase II

Manhattan Phase II Update

Manhattan Phase II Update #2

Now for a look at the newly opened and completed project. The entrance to this property is very prominent. You can tell where the front door is. There are a lot of large apartment developments where you have to walk around a couple times to figure out where to go in. Another aspect of this project I didn’t realize is that there are two buildings with a little common area between them.


The rear side and the front side are very different given what’s in front of them. I do like the canyon effect you get when looking down Bassett Street.


The Manhattan Lofts feature 134 rental apartments and are open for renting. This is great news and provides Downtown Denver with more residents which leads to more future developments!

By | 2016-12-21T16:32:51+00:00 July 5, 2012|Categories: Central Platte Valley, Infill, Residential, Urban Form|Tags: |5 Comments


  1. Ryan Nee July 5, 2012 at 7:10 am

    Looking at the picture at the bottom right, it’s hard to believe that’s a picture of Denver. I’m really impressed with the overall quality and density of buildings right now in Riverfront Park and the larger Central Platte Valley. I know some people are skeptical of East West Partners (on the Skyscraperpage forums at least), but their contribution to the city has been enormous, in my opinion.

  2. Chris July 5, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    I hope they put the stop signs back up at 18th & Bassett……that corner is a real bitch….half of the people stop anyway since the 4 way was there for so long!

  3. Django July 5, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    It was a good idea to split this project into two buildings instead of one huge block long building. More developments should consider doing this.

  4. Chris July 6, 2012 at 3:57 am


    Neither of the Manhattan buildings are EW, but maybe your comment was more just commending them for the development of the CPV/Riverfront Park area which they have definitely had a large hand in. Also, I think you my feel differently if you ever lived in or purchased some of their work.

  5. Dan July 6, 2012 at 2:17 pm

    I like this turned out. Totally agree with Django about splitting this development into two buildings. Definitely help it to feel more welcoming.

    And I really like how urban this area is starting to feel! The Manhattan stood out there all by itself for quite a while, but it always gave me hope of how the area would one day be. Glad to see it coming to fruition!

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