Broadstone Uptown East Update #1

Broadstone Uptown East is now under construction! When we announced the project back in December, there wasn’t a definite construction time-line however, things are moving quickly over at the project site.

In six months, the existing building was demolished, excavation is nearly complete, and a new luffing jib tower crane has been erected. Below are a couple of closeups of the project site showing the hole in the ground.

Broadstone Uptown East - Close Up
Broadstone Uptown East - Close Up

Next up are a couple of photos taken from across the street. Previous to this project, a single-story office building and surface parking lot resided here. This new eight-story building will be a much better use of land.

Broadstone Uptown East - Street Level
Broadstone Uptown East - Street Level

We can’t wrap up the post without showing photos of the new luffing jib crane. Why the luffer when there’s an ample amount of space and no tall buildings around? The project next door is also under construction and will also probably utilize a crane. We will be visiting that project next.

Broadstone Uptown East - Luffer Crane
Broadstone Uptown East - Luffer Crane

When complete, Broadstone Uptown East will provide 120 homes to the City Park West neighborhood. With excavation for the two underground levels nearly complete, we should start to see some vertical action in the coming months.

By |2019-07-03T07:03:51+00:00June 23, 2019|Categories: City Park West, Construction, Infill, Residential|Tags: |3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. anonymous June 24, 2019 at 9:40 am - Reply

    Unsure if it’s too far east, but there are two more smaller infill podium projects at 18th and n. gaylord as well!

  2. Jeff June 24, 2019 at 1:59 pm - Reply

    But will the “interstate esck’ Billboard that is located on or at the property line be taken down? For the life of me I do not understand how or why the city would ever allow a billboard like that to be placed. I do not care if it was permitted 40 years ago…make it go away

  3. David James June 28, 2019 at 10:08 am - Reply

    The addition of Broadstone is definitely going to give the neighborhood a bit of a face lift, making it more upscale. I can’t wait to see the finished product.

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