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!

By | 2016-12-05T23:13:26+00:00 December 8, 2013|Categories: Infill, Residential, Union Station North, Urbanism|Tags: |3 Comments


  1. chachafish December 8, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    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 December 8, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    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.

  3. TakeFive December 9, 2013 at 4:03 am

    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

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