We are long overdue for some ‘final updates’ here on DenverInfill with one of those projects being Broadstone Blake Street, which completed around April of this year.
Announced in 2012, DenverInfill followed this project for two years, closely watching an ugly surface lot across from Coors Field transform into a high density, urban development. Here are all of the previous updates for Broadstone Blake Street:
Now to the pictures, which I actually took back in April when Broadstone Blake Street just opened. This project rises a total of seven-stories and is providing the Ballpark neighborhood with 164 apartment units.
The main entrance, along with some walk-up units, line Blake Street with the parking ramps along 22nd Avenue. The parking garage location is a strategic move by the developers as Blake Street is closed off for the majority of Rockies games.
The Ballpark neighborhood is riddled with parking lots creating huge holes in our urban fabric. With three significantly sized projects now complete, we can only hope more projects will be coming to this neighborhood soon. For amenity and leasing information, check out the project’s website.