Let’s completely wrap up SkyHouse Denver with a final look at the street-level and exteriors. SkyHouse, a 25-story, 354-unit apartment tower, started construction back in January 2015. DenverInfill has extensive coverage of this project:
SkyHouse makes a very large impact along Broadway and takes up one of the many surface parking lots that have riddled this area for years.
Looking straight up, we can see that the facade is mostly blue-green glass with concrete stripes that run along the entire height of the building. The base and first three-stories are beige which adds a nice contrast to the rest of the building.
Workers are putting on the final touches of the parking garage that sits directly behind SkyHouse. This garage features ground floor retail along with public parking.
Here are two closeups of the garage. In the beginning, we weren’t sure what the garage was going to look like, but it turned out great. The brown brick, ground floor retail, and lights along the entire structure make this superior to a lot of garages around Downtown Denver.
Lastly, here is the street level of the apartment tower. The landscaping is nearly complete and the sidewalk is now open along Broadway. The ground-floor retail pads have been spoken for, so we should start to see tenants move in within the next couple months as well.
SkyHouse opens up to residents November 1st, with leasing already underway. For floor plans and additional information, make sure you visit their website. Welcome to Downtown Denver, SkyHouse!