Continuing on with the Lower Highland construction madness, there is a new apartment project going up on West 35th Avenue and Tejon Street. This project is actually almost complete and it’s not very often we, here at DenverInfill, let a project this size slip through the cracks. But, as the saying goes, better late than never! Here is a map of where the project is located with the site outlined. You might have noticed that this project is kitty corner from the new LoHi Place project we announced a few days ago. That’s a lot of activity around this one intersection!

Tejon 35 is going to be a 4-story apartment building supplying the Lower Highland neighborhood with 29 rental units. This building will also have ground floor retail with outdoor seating to help activate this stretch of Tejon Street. All upper third floor units will have 19 foot ceilings with a loft area along with large balconies if you are facing east towards Downtown Denver. A 2,400 square foot amenity deck will be included which will also look over Downtown Denver. The facade is going to be comprised of, what we’ve been seeing a lot of lately, brick. Here are some renderings courtesy of the architect’s website.



The building has topped out with one floor of concrete and three floors of timber. Scaffolding has been put up all around the building which means we should start to see the facade go up very soon!


Tejon 35 is expected to be complete by late summer and will offer a mix of studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom units.