One of the most notable features of The Coloradan, a 334-unit condo building going up in Union Station, is the purple terracotta facade. When we last visited this project back in January, the first tiles were starting to go up. Present day, the terracotta has made its way up a large portion of the building, along with other facade elements starting to become visible.
When looking back at the renderings, we can see that the terracotta will be accompanied by both light and dark paneling. The new paneling elements are currently best seen from the southeast side of the project.
In addition to the new paneling, the screening for the garage is also starting to go in. The majority of the garage will feature metal screening but will also have these horizontal yellow accents.
The “Alpenglow” terracotta is nearly complete on the southwest side of the building and, overall, looks pretty great. The purple hue is unlike anything else in the neighborhood, and Downtown Denver.
Let’s wrap up by looking at The Coloradan from 18th and Wewatta Street. While there are no signs of garage screening just yet, the paneling and terracotta is making its way up the building.
Currently, sales at The Coloradan are doing great as they are over 80% sold! Completion is right around the corner as residents are expected to move in the last quarter of this year.