Residences at Fillmore Plaza Update #1

Next up on our Cherry Creek tour: The Residences at Fillmore Plaza. This is a very unique project due to the fact that it is being built on top of an existing parking garage! Since our previous update, the new structure has topped out and we are able to see some of the materials that will be used for the facade.

Here are two ground level photos of the project. The facade is comprised of glass curtain walls on the corner, and metal paneling throughout the rest of the building. Each unit will also feature a balcony facing north.

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This project now brings the existing structure up to 8-stories with the southern portion of the garage still used for public parking. Here are some views from a neighboring parking garage.

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The Residences at Fillmore Plaza will be adding 26 apartment units to the Cherry Creek neighborhood and are expected to be delivered by this summer.

By | 2016-12-04T10:10:52+00:00 May 27, 2014|Categories: Adaptive Reuse, Cherry Creek, Residential, Urbanism|Tags: |5 Comments


  1. BallPark resident May 27, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    Such a big improvement over the old garage! I wish they could transition a few of the garages in downtown Denver in a similar fashion. I had no idea this was possible, but it’s a great idea!

  2. Ryan Nee May 27, 2014 at 9:06 pm

    Nice! This looks much better than the rendering, which looked sort of bizarre. Like BallPark Resident said, I wish we could do this on every single-purpose parking garage in Denver.

  3. Dogpatch May 28, 2014 at 5:19 pm

    I just checked Google maps street view to see if this building has retail on the ground level. (I found out) : )

    But I noticed what an amazing difference this makes at street level. Such a vast improvement on the old red brick, sunken entrance thing that was going on there before.


  4. Jason May 30, 2014 at 10:22 am

    I could’ve never imagined such a unique project. Props to this developer.

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