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RiNo townhome project breaks ground

June 25, 2015 3
Rendering of Alloy on Lawrence courtesy Craine Architecture.

Rendering of Alloy on Lawrence courtesy Craine Architecture.

Alloy on Lawrence, a seven-unit townhome project in Denver’s River North (RiNo) neighborhood recently broke ground at 32nd Street and Lawrence. Brokerage services for this for-sale project are provided by GreenSpot Real Estate, the same firm that is representing RiNo’s for-sale Factory Flats project that broke ground this spring.

Denver-based Fuse Living is developing Allow on Lawrence with completion expected in the fall of 2016.

“Alloy on Lawrence will be a great solution for young professionals who not only want to be a short walk to RiNo’s great restaurants and shops, but also value living  in a sustainable, green home,” said Tracye Herrington, Co-owner & Co-Founder, Employing Broker, GreenSpot Real Estate. “Instead of just meeting the bare minimum in terms of green building requirements, we are going the extra mile with this property. Our goal has always been to affect climate change in the built environment, and Alloy on Lawrence is part of that mission.” 

The units will be featured in three different floor plans and will include hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and outdoor roof decks or balconies. The units will be Energy Star certified and solar powered.

“RiNo is hot, and investing in a property in the neighborhood now is a smart thing to do,” noted Melissa Baldridge, Co-Owner & Co-Founder, Green-Building Solutions Provider, GreenSpot Real Estate. “Few neighborhoods have as much short-term growth potential as RiNo. It is already a cultural hotspot, but soon it’s likely to become one of the liveliest parts of Denver. Who wouldn’t want to live here?”

The architect of record for this project is Denver-based Craine Architecture; the same firm that designed The Wheatley mixed-use development currently under construction in Five points and the Detroit Terraces project under construction near City Park.

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