Today we wrap up coverage of the Industry Denver Apartments, now known as Edison at RiNo, a 277-home residential project adjacent to Industry Denver, an office/restaurant adaptive reuse redevelopment of a former wholesale produce warehouse. For our previous posts on the Industry Denver Apartments, click here.

The seven-story building features a lot of blond brick to match the historic Industry warehouse next door. Let’s start with the view of the building’s main entry at the corner of Brighton Boulevard and the private drive (what would be 30th Street if it went through) that separates the apartments from their Industry office neighbor.

The Edison at RiNo Apartments with Industry Denver next door
The view down what would be 30th Street between the apartments and Industry Denver

Most of the building fronts the newly rebuilt Brighton Boulevard. Construction has wrapped up on the street’s new cycle tracks and sidewalks, with landscape still being installed:

Streetscape in front of the building along the newly reconstructed Brighton Boulevard

These last two images are of the building’s northern end:

Northern end of the Edison at RiNo Apartments

This project (which replaced a surface parking lot!) is a nice complement to the Industry office building next door and for providing much-needed housing for Denver’s booming population.