Formerly known as 1490 Delgany and The Delgany Apartments, Verve, situated on the intersection of 15th and Delgany, is now complete. The 10-story, 284-unit apartment building, designed by Shears Adkins Rockmore and developed by Opus, fills in the last empty parcel on the block it sits on! Here are all of the previous posts we have on this project:
Now for a look at the complete project, starting with my favorite above vantage point. Most of the buildings around Verve are around the same height, so the scaling of this project fits in perfectly.
Verve makes a huge impact on the 15th and Delgany intersection. On the Wewatta side, the two-story brick building still stands with Verve surrounding it in the back. The facade used on this building is very high quality, comprised mostly of brick with accents of black and silver metal paneling. The building also features multiple setbacks with one six-story section popping out over 15th Street.
Last but not least, here is a street view looking down Delgany towards Speer Boulevard. The retail space, accented in red, will be used by the Museum of Contemporary Art for various functions. The rest of the ground floor along Verve are walk-ups for the two-story townhomes.
Verve is a great addition to the Union Station neighborhood for multiple reasons. It has a high quality look, and is at a great scale, fitting in very well to the surrounding neighborhood. The 284-unit apartment building already has residents moving in and, given our current market for rentals, it shouldn’t be too long before this building nears capacity. If you are curious about floorplans and pricing, make sure you head over to their website! Welcome to Denver and the Union Station Neighborhood, Verve!