Alta City House, a 280-unit apartment community in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood is now officially complete. The project cost $62 million to develop and took shape at 1801 Chestnut Place. The units are now 78 percent leased.
“Alta City House is a high-profile project just west of Union Station, at the hub of the Denver metro area’s light rail system,” said Tim McEntee, director for Wood Partners’ Rocky Mountains region. “Overall, we’re very pleased with how well it has been received. It’s an exciting, high-profile project, and we really amped up the amenities.”
Alta City House has received a LEED Gold ranking from the U.S. Green Building Council. The five-story structure houses one, two, and three bedroom units that range in size between 645 square feet to over 1,300 square feet for the three bedroom units. Prices range from $1,710 to $3,600 a month. A parking structure was incorporated into this development and creates a ration of 1.4 parking spaces per unit.
This development is located two blocks from the Union Station train platform that will provide connecting rail service to much of the Denver metro area. In 2016 a commuter rail line to Denver International Airport will open.
The community will feature a wine locker, two-story fitness center, and a rooftop deck that will provide views of Coors Field
Paul T. Bergner Associates is the architecture firm that designed Alta City House.