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Mill Creek project coming to RiNo

August 13, 2015 2

A 362 unit apartment project is planned for Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. This development will take shape at 2890 Brighton Boulevard.

Several projects are planned and currently under construction in this part of Denver including the Source Hotel which is under construction at 3300 Brighton Boulevard.

Rendering of Modera River North courtesy ARA Newmark.

Rendering of Modera River North courtesy ARA Newmark.

This yet to be named River North project is slated to break ground in September with a project completion expected in September 2017. The building will reach six floors in height. Denver-based The Mulhern Group designed this structure. 

ARA Newmark raised an unnamed amount of financing for this project and Denver-based Executive Managing Director Chris Cowan and Houston-based executive managing director Adam Allen led the way securing equity for this project.

“For an area that was considered the wrong side of the tracks no more than 18 months ago, there has been incredible institutional capital interest for this front door location,” stated Cowan. “RiNo hasn’t just made the map for Denver – it is the map. It is impossible to articulate all of the fluidity and activity happening there.”

Texas-based Mill Creek Residential is developing this project. Yesterday Denver Urban Review covered Mill Creek’s 275 unit Modera Observatory Park apartment project that will be constructed near the University of Denver.

Mill Creek Residential was represented by Cowan and Allen in the transaction of its RiNo project. Managing director of Brian Wynne of Mill Creek is leading this RiNo apartment community.

Wynne explains, “Mill Creek is excited to become part of the River North community and part of the Brighton corridor in particular. We are huge believers in the momentum of activity all around this site and we see the best of both worlds in this location – participating in the exciting energy of the area while being only a short walk to the heart of downtown Denver.”

Apartments will have stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and nine-foot ceilings. A pool and fitness center are also included in this community.

There are 2 comments

  • Rob C says:

    Not really crazy about this design, but I guess that’s the norm now these days

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