While the Golden Triangle might seem a bit quiet on the construction side of things, there have been a slew of proposals this year that are still active in the permitting process. DenverInfill has covered these projects on an individual basis and each of them can be found on our the neighborhood page here.
10th and Acoma. When we last visited this project on a snowy March day, it was just coming out of the ground. In a short three months, 10th and Acoma is now three floors up with a second tower crane on the other end of the project. This 17-story tower will provide the Golden Triangle with 373 homes while eradicating nearly a full block of surface parking. Here are some recent photos of the project including a facade mock-up found on the construction site.
955 Bannock. We mentioned this project back in December in our Proposed Non-Residential Roundup and stated that the project was on hold due to lease negotiations. While there isn’t much activity on the permitting side, a fence is up around the project site. Currently, there are no promising sights of construction. If 955 Bannock gets underway, it will feature 68,000 square feet of office space contained in a 10-story building.
Given the current uncertainty of the market, it’s hard to tell if any of the proposed projects, mentioned over the last few months, are close to breaking ground. We are keeping a close eye on them and will keep you updated with any new construction activity in the Golden Triangle.