Back in May, we went around Cherry Creek to check out all of the new proposed infill projects. When we announced 245 Columbine here on DenverInfill, we had some preliminary designs of the building making it hard to really see how this project would fit in. Thankfully, we now have a final design for 245 Columbine. For the Cherry Creek neighborhood, it’s a very edgy design with overhangs, a curved upper facade, and multiple setbacks. This is not your typical modern Denver mixed-use building! Here is the new rendering courtesy of the project’s website.
The architect for 245 Columbine is Klipp, and Mortenson Construction will be the builder. The 7-story building will have multiple uses: the ground floor will provide 12,800 square feet of retail, floors 2-6 will be office, and the 7th floor will have 8,300 square feet of residential all over two levels of underground parking providing 104 spaces. There will be patios on the 3rd and 5th floor along with a 30 foot pocket park on the north end of the property. The delivery date for 245 Columbine is still unknown however the project is being actively marketed. Hopefully we will see this break ground within the next quarter or two.