Construction Updates

Phase 1 at Larimer Row ready for residents

July 23, 2015 0
Larimer Row Phase 1. Photo courtesy EVstudio.

Larimer Row Phase 1. Photo courtesy EVstudio.

Larimer Row rendering courtesy EVstudio.

Larimer Row rendering courtesy EVstudio.

The Larimer Row townhome project is taking shape in Denver’s River North neighborhood (RiNo). Once fully completed, 28 units will be delivered at the 3400 block of Larimer Street. Phase 1 of this development is now ready for residents with all other units being delivered by January 2016. This project was designed by EVstudio and is being built by BLVD builders—both of which are Denver based.

“BLVD chose to build in the River North Art District because of its creative energy and strong community that is not found in many other locations around Denver,” states BLVD Builders president of development Aaron Foy. “We anticipated built-in demand for reasonably priced townhomes from professionals working in the RiNo district’s large number of creative businesses. We have found that to be the case with several of our buyers attracted to Larimer Row because they will be able to walk to work.”

Larimer Row homes are available in two and three bedroom options with prices ranging from the high $300s to the high $400. The size of the units spans between 1,229 square feet and 1,673 square feet. Rooftop decks are featured in all homes along with hardwood floors and quartz countertops. 

Currently under construction four blocks from the site of the Larimer Row project is a RTD commuter rail station. Once completed in 2016 this station will serve RTD’s East Line that will deliver passengers to Denver International Airport.

“We designed the townhomes with Denver’s outdoor lifestyle in mind. Each unit has a rooftop deck that spans their entire roof with fantastic views of downtown and panoramic views of the mountains from Mount Evans to the Flatirons to Longs Peak,” said Foy. “For our 2 bedroom units, considered nearby transit and have an option where buyers can select an oversized 1-car garage, in lieu of a 2-car tandem garage, and get a den for additional living space.”

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