In addition to being incredibly successful, with only 25 condos left to sell, The Coloradan is making great progress with completion quickly approaching. While any residential project is crucial to Downtown Denver, this project adds a hefty amount of for-sale stock to the Union Station neighborhood with a total of 334 condos.

With the facade mostly complete, we can see an almost final version of the terracotta and paneling mix. Below are three pictures of The Coloradan along Wewatta Street. The north side of the building features both the purple terracotta and white paneling.

Here are two additional views looking northwest, towards the Union Station neighborhood.

Because this building sits right next to the commuter rail station, the best views are found under and around the canopy.

As with any project, the ground floor is one of the most important components. The Coloradan will feature ample ground floor retail including an 1,800 square foot community-focused arts and culture space dubbed Union Hall. This space can be programmed as a flexible event and performance space as well as a gallery. For more details on Union Hall, head on over to The Coloradan’s website. In addition, there are a bunch of retailers already lined up for their retail space; you can read more about them here.

Before we wrap up this update, here is one final bonus photo of the magnificent view from the rooftop pool deck.

With completion coming around the corner, we will visit The Coloradan one last time for a final update once the building opens.