A new project is coming to the booming Golden Triangle neighborhood. As this neighborhood is still littered with surface parking lots, we can hopefully celebrate the eradication of almost another full block soon. Lennar Multifamily Communities, the same developer as Radiant, is planning a 389-unit apartment project according to the documents filed with the city.
This new project will be going up between West 9th and 10th Avenue along Acoma Street. To better orient you to the location, below is an aerial with the project site outlined. Even though this new project will not take the entire half block of parking, it will still make a significant, positive impact along Acoma Street.
The documents filed with the city also mention that the 10th and Acoma project will rise a total of 17 stories, for a height of 184 feet, while providing 460 parking spaces; a parking ratio of 1.18 spaces/unit. Here are two renderings of the project courtesy of Shears Adkins Rockmore, the project architect.
If all goes well, construction should start this fall with completion anticipated for late 2020. Once construction activities begin, we will swing by for an update.