In a short two and a half months, the Rollnick Hotel has made incredible progress. From barely up four-stories, the project is now topped out with a lot of exterior work taking place. As a refresher, the Rollnick Hotel will rise a total of eight-stories and provide 200-rooms to the Cherry Creek North neighborhood.
Let’s take a look at a few progress photos. As we have seen with some recent projects, especially around lodging, blank walls are used for various reasons; the most common being that neighboring buildings may be torn down for something more dense / tall. The same case for blank walls apply to the Rollnick Hotel. It is surrounded by lower density buildings that could be redeveloped thus blank walls are used.
Here are two street level perspectives of the project. The building has topped out giving us a good idea on the final massing. The facade, with the exception of the blank wall, has yet to go up.
The Rollnick Hotel is expected to open later this year. We will come back for a visit once the main facade starts making progress.