New Project: Crossing at Denargo Market

Texas-based Cypress Real Estate Advisors, through their multifamily housing development company Argyle Residential, is under construction with their second building in their Denargo Market redevelopment, known as The Crossing at Denargo Market. Cypress wrapped up construction on their first building, The Yards at Denargo Market, in 2013 which Ryan covered here.

Here’s a Google Earth aerial showing the location of The Crossings site outlined in yellow. Note the recently completed Yards at Denargo Market immediately to the east, as well as the the future development blocks within the Denargo Market development plan area to the south, north, and northeast:


The Crossing at Denargo Market will include a total of 321 apartment units in a five-story building wrapped around structured parking. For renderings, I’ve got two to share with you.

The first one below is from the Argyle Residential web page for this project and shows, on the right edge of the image, the Wells Fargo and 1999 Broadway towers downtown off in the distance, which must mean this is a view looking south along Denargo Street:


This second rendering is of the same corner and is from the project’s rental website as well as on a big banner hanging on the construction fence at the site. Clearly, in this second rendering, the building’s architectural design has been refined from the first image; but, interestingly, the Wells Fargo and 1999 Broadway towers on the right edge have been replaced with a mysterious tower transported from some other city! Anyway, I know one of you sharp-eyed DenverInfill readers would spot this and mention it in the comments, so I thought I’d point it out.


Finally, here are a couple of site photos I took today:



If all goes as planned, The Crossing at Denargo Market will open in early 2016.

By | 2016-12-01T15:09:29+00:00 June 3, 2015|Categories: Infill, Residential, River North, Urban Design|Tags: |4 Comments


  1. Dan June 3, 2015 at 7:47 pm

    Early plans for this area indicated possible high rises – 25-30 stories – among the low rises. I wonder if that is still considered.

  2. Susan Barnes-Gelt June 4, 2015 at 7:55 pm

    Great location, great neighborhood

    How about some architecture?

    • Tim June 5, 2015 at 6:42 am

      What would you prefer Susan? Honestly, the recent chatter about architecture in Denver is overblown. Plenty of “attractive” structures going up around the city. And just down the street will be the Source hotel which from renderings looks quite unique. Majority of buildings in great cities are non descript with some unique structures sprinkled throughout. And I suspect the level of architecture will increase when for sale properties start being developed.

    • James June 12, 2015 at 1:42 pm

      Susan, what about the pitched roof?! It almost like the architect’s raising of the flag of iwo jima after answering to terrible developers for a year.. lol

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