It has been no secret that construction activity has been taking place at the Eviva Cherokee site in Denver’s Golden Triangle for about a month now. On Friday the development team released an official statement confirming that this project under construction and moving forward.
This 19-story residential development will take shape at 13th and Cherokee Street. Prior to the start of construction the property served as a parking lot.
The developer is Atlanta-based Integral and The Beck Group provided architectural services.
“We partnered with Integral to create a unique residential experience that combines resort quality amenities and hospitality-styled living. The living environment also responds to an elevated expectation that is anticipated by this culturally sophisticated neighborhood,” says David Morris, Design Principal with The Beck Group.
Eviva Cherokee will consist of 5-story parking podium, floor 6 is an amenity floor, and floors 7 through 19 are residential. Level-6 provides features an indoor/outdoor bar, catering kitchen, wine room, and conference center. A fitness facility and salt water pool are also included in this development.
“The aesthetic challenge was to create an authentically modern design response that both celebrates and respects the creative spirit of the museum and cultural district in which it is located. The project is an example of our team’s commitment to sustainability by being one of the first LEED Gold high-rise residential towers in the City of Denver,” said Morris.