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Prospect: 2100 Delgany Update #2

Another project has made it out of the ground since our Summer 2013 Hole-in-the-Ground census! Today, we are going to head over to the Prospect neighborhood and take a look at the 2100 Delgany project.

As of right now, the concrete podium has been poured and the first elevator core is nearly topped out. Since this will be a 6-story building, we will most likely see timber framing for the other five floors. 2100 Delgany sits on a very uniquely shaped parcel of land and will only occupy the square portion of the lot, leaving a little triangle dirt lot. Even with the open space directly to the north of this project, 2100 Delgany will have a significant impact along Delgany Street.

 

Here is a little bonus picture I took as I was walking towards 2100 Delgany. Last weekend was crystal clear, before the snow and cold moved in, giving us a spectacular mountain backdrop! (Click for high-resolution greatness!)

There is still a lot of work to be done given its completion isn’t until late 2014. We will check back again in a couple months to see what progress has been made!

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  1. chachafish says:

    Great update. Thanks for the post and the photos. Looking forward to more articles in the Prospect Neighborhood and the new King Soopers at 20th & Chestnut. :)

  2. Jerry G says:

    According to the architect’s website, that triangle lot that will remain will be turned into green space. Of course, that image could just be for illustration.
    http://www.sararch.com/in-progress/2100-delgany/

  3. TakeFive says:

    Initially, seeming to be a tad tardy to Denver’s downtown apartment party, it’s impressive how Mill Creek came in and scooped up two nice-sized parcels that others passed on earlier and went to work creating some exciting infill product.

    Clicking around:
    Ryan’s “Hole-in-the-Ground” link is a fun quick check review.

    Noticing that on this project Mill Creek is using architects SA+R and clicking on, I discovered just how many projects they have been involved in. Specifically, Holland Partners has used them including their 21-story, The Platform, now rising behind Union Station.

    Lastly, it’s been 20 months since Ken penned his 2300 Walnut announcement including a nice editorial 1st paragraph. Today, it provides a fun look-back and perspective. That link is here: http://denverinfill.com/blog/2012/04/new-ballpark-district-project-2300-walnut.html