Renaissance Stout Street Lofts Update #1

As you may have learned from the tower crane census I posted in March, the Renaissance Stout Street Lofts has a tower crane on site and construction is in full swing. Let’s take a look at what they are doing!

As a refresher, this the site. There isn’t much around it and just to the east there are still seas of parking. This is a great development taking another step to help rectify the surface parking lot problem in Arapahoe Square.

The underground parking structure has started to go up along with the elevator cores. There will be one underground floor of parking with five stories of residential on top.

 

Continuing with the high-resolution bonus photos, here is a shot of Arapahoe Square looking down 22nd Street. You can see the the Renaissance Stout Street lofts, The Douglas, the recently completed completed 2020 Lawrence and soon Legacy 22nd and the Curtis Street Lofts will rise. Lots of infill!

There is a lot of infill going up northeast of Downtown Denver. It’s very exciting to see parking lots disappear in mass quantities. Renaissance Stout Street Lofts is expected to be complete by April 2014.

By | 2016-12-10T22:18:12+00:00 May 19, 2013|Categories: Arapahoe Square, Infill, Residential, Urbanism|Tags: |2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Joey F May 20, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    The high-res photos look fantastic!

  2. Ben P May 21, 2013 at 8:22 am

    This is really great. Even if it’s a small portion of downtown it is really bringing it all together.

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