New Project: Grandview LoHi

A new for-sale residential condominium development is proposed for Denver’s Lower Highland district: Grandview LoHi.

The project is located on Central Street between 17th Street and Central Court, one of two named alleys in this northwesternmost corner of the downtown street grid. Here’s a Google Earth aerial with the site location outlined:

Grandview LoHi location on Google Earth aerial

Grandview LoHi will include 48 homes in a five-story building along with 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Ample bicycle storage and 54 automobile parking spaces will also be provided. The fifth-floor units will be double in height with mezzanine levels and outdoor terraces.

The project is being developed by Alpine Investments, with Cuningham Group as the architects. Here are two renderings by Cuningham, courtesy of the development team, showing the proposed multifamily residential structure. The first image shows the view along Central Street with 17th Street on the left, followed by the view of the opposite corner with Central Court on the right. The building’s primary facade material is contrasting white and black brick.

Two small structures currently occupy the site, which are scheduled to be razed by the end of the year. Construction should begin in the spring with completion targeted for Spring 2019. For inquiries, contact Kentwood City.

By | 2017-10-19T16:56:24+00:00 October 13, 2017|Categories: Highland, Infill, Residential, Urbanism|Tags: |7 Comments


  1. Derek Berardi October 13, 2017 at 11:13 am

    YES YES YES!!!! This is some quality build.

  2. Chuck October 14, 2017 at 8:50 pm

    Noice! I think there were some townhouses proposed for at least a part of this land, goes without saying how much better use of the land this is. With those views and being the only condo project in LoHi I expect these to sell and sell well. Good looking rendering, love the material choices. Love they are including retail, this was a dead section of Central, I believe with this and the new retail at Centric, the street will be significantly more activated.

  3. TJ October 16, 2017 at 2:37 pm

    What a beautiful project! This is exactly what Denver needs more of: thoughtfully designed, for sale condos, walkable to the urban core. When are they accepting deposits?

    • Molly Weiss October 18, 2017 at 10:21 am

      Hi TJ,

      I am one of the listing agents on this condo building. Please email me at: with your contact info and I will make sure you are on our distribution list and will send you invitation to our launch party (will be in November). And anyone else that wants to be on our list, please email me. Thank you!

  4. Doug October 18, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    Does anyone know what happened to the beautification plans for Central Street? When they did the I25/ retaining wall work a few years ago, I though there was a plan to add trees and other landscaping along the open space on Central to create some beautification and noise reduction from the highway — so far its remained a dirt strip that attracts garbage?

  5. Derek Berardi October 18, 2017 at 7:35 pm

    Yes, it’s part of the GoBond 2017. Get out there and vote yes so it gets funded 😉

    “8 – Central Street Improvements (Central Street Promenade) – $ 850,000”

    • Chuck October 18, 2017 at 9:40 pm

      Great info Derek. A quick search of the Go Bond 2017 shows this project in the potential list, but I couldn’t find any thing of substance. Do you have any resources as to what the Central St Promenade might look like or include? Also any insight on whether this project would happen if the Bond passes? Or is it just if the Bond passes it might happen?

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