X Denver, a new 12-story, 251-unit apartment project is starting to go vertical. When we announced the project back in November, the tower crane had already been erected with some foundation work taking place.
Let’s start the update with a few perspectives of the project from the ground. Below are photos from the South Platte Trail and the City of Cuernavaca Park. Most the cores have topped out with the rest of the structure currently up three stories.
The train passing by in the ground level photos made it a challenge to see the structure but we had a solution for that. Here are two more aerials of the building. The first two levels are dedicated to ground floor retail and parking; these levels are built with concrete. Light gauge steel will be used on the rest of the structure as we can see start to see on the third floor.
Wrapping up, here is a panorama of X Denver and the surrounding area. At 12-stories, this will be the tallest building in Union Station North.
X Denver will rise fairly quick with the light gauge steel being used for the rest of the floors. We will stop by in a few months when the structure is close to topping out.