Holland Partner Group continues their investment spree in Downtown Denver. The Vancouver, Washington-based development firm’s current project under construction, Pivot (formerly 17W), is making good progress, and they recently opened Platform next to the historic Denver Union Station. Line 28 in Lower Highland was the company’s first Denver project.

For their next project, Holland will be developing the last site in Riverfront Park. There are only two remaining undeveloped parcels in Riverfront Park. AMLI recently announced Riverfront Green for the triangle-shaped parcel at 18th and Little Raven, which leaves one site left at 19th and Little Raven for Holland’s latest development, Parkside Apartments. Here’s the site:


Parkside Apartments will consist of 161 units in two buildings: a 7-story structure in the back of the parcel and a 4-story structure along Little Raven. Two levels of underground parking below the site will accommodate 172 vehicles, and a landscaped courtyard provides outdoor amenity space between the two buildings. Here are a few renderings from the project’s application to the Denver planning office. Please note: these are preliminary design concepts and are subject to further modifications and refinement. The project architect is Studio PBA and landscape architect is studioINSITE.

Context view looking south. The grassy area in the foreground is the Denver Skatepark.


Site plan:


View of the 19th and Little Raven corner:


View along Little Raven next to the Brownstones:


We will do an update post as the design is finalized and when a construction schedule is available.