After returning from my trip to Seattle and Vancouver, the first thing I wanted to do was take a look at the progress of the construction projects in and around downtown Denver. This is Denver Urban Review’s most epic construction update thus far.
Photographed above is the Speer Boulevard apartments. This project is located at 6th Avenue and Speer. Once completed this structure will be 6 floors.
Below grade work takes place at the site of the 7th and Sherman apartments.
The MOTO apartments (above) at 8th Avenue and Sherman Street has reached its full height in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. A coffee shop and a barber shop are slated to occupy ground floor retail space in this structure.
Pictured above is the apartment project that sits between Broadway and Lincoln at 8th Avenue. This project has reached its full height.
The Joule apartment project (above) is located in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood at Speer Boulevard and Cherokee Street.
Once completed the Alexan Uptown project (above) at Logan and 19th Avenue will feature 372 apartments units in a 12-story building. Work is now taking place on the parking structure upon which the apartment units will reside.
Below is a photo of the Skyhouse Denver apartment project that is set to rise at Broadway and 18th Street. Once completed Skyhouse Denver will rise to 26-stories.
Work continues on the Z Block project in Lower Downtown Denver. The recent rains combined with the construction sites around town have helped to create an abundance of short-lived ponds.
The construction site in the picture above is set to become the home a Kimpton Hotel as well as a boutique office space. Also shown on the left hand side of the photo os the Triangle building which in nearing completion. The Triangle building will become the new home of Liberty Global.
Exterior work on 1601 Wewatta nears completion in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood.
The 17W (above) site is a very active construction site these days. Somebody better lock that gate before any construction nerds begin to wonder in.
Currently the construction site of the 34-story Confluence luxury apartment project at 15th and Little Raven is a muddy place to work.
Work is now taking place on the 4th floor of the 1401 Lawrence office project. Once completed this project will reach 22 floors.
Pictured above is the dual brand Hyatt House/Hyatt Place hotel at 14th Street and Glenarm Place.
All photos were taken May 6th.