It is now September and time to take a look at the construction taking place in Denver. Some of the construction projects in Denver are progressing very quickly and it is wild to see how fast these construction crews are assembling these Denver developments.
The first project we will take a look at is the Speer Boulevard Apartments which is located at Speer and 6th Avenue. Gables Residential is developing this project.
The 7|S Denver Haus apartments at 7th Avenue and Sherman Street is photographed below. The elevator shaft has now reached the 6th floor.
Just a block to the north at Sherman Street and 8th Avenue is the MOTO apartment project. The exterior finishes are now in place on this development in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Below is a photo of the Via Denver apartments that is under construction at Broadway and 8th Avenue.
Over in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood is the Joule residential development. The Joule is located at Speer Boulevard and Cherokee.
Also in Denver’s Golden Triangle is the Eviva Cherokee apartment project at 13th and Cherokee. This project will reach 19 floors once complete.
Moving into downtown Denver we find the dual-brand Hyatt House/Hyatt Place Hotel. The first floor exterior finishes have progressed in the last month. This hotel is slated to open this fall. It is located at 14th Street and Glenarm Place just one block from the Colorado Convention Center.
Below are a couple photos of the 1144 Fifteenth Street arguably Denver’s most exciting project currently under construction. This skyscraper is being developed by Hines and will rise to 40 floors. This first picture was snapped from the intersection of 15th Street and Arapahoe Street. The second photo was captured from the temporary pedestrian sidewalk on the Lawrence Street side of the project.
Just a block away and pictured below is the 22-story 1401 Lawrence office project. 1401 Lawrence began construction last October.
Next is the 34-story Confluence luxury apartment project that began construction this past winter. The Confluence will rise at 15th Street and Little Raven. Below grade work is currently taking place. Work has begun on the elevator core, so it is likely that components of this project will rise above street level in the coming weeks.
Below is a picture of the Kimpton Hotel project located on 16th street adjacent to the Union Station train platform. An office component is also being constructed in this project.
Also under construction in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood is the Pivot Denver apartment project that will feature a Whole Foods. Above grade work is in full swing on Pivot Denver.
Next is a look at the 12-story Union Tower West project that is under construction at 18th and Wewatta. Denver Urban Review recently acquired updated renderings of this project. The Union Tower West elevator core is now rising.
On the same block as Union Tower West is an affordable housing project that is under construction.
The downtown King Soopers opened a couple weeks back at 20th and Chestnut Place. This downtown King Soopers is already very popular as I saw many shoppers going in and out of King Soopers. Lloyd King was the founder of King Soopers and my grandma served as his secretary in the 1950s.
Over in LoDo we find the mixed-use Z Block project is under construction on the block of 18th, 19th, Wazee and Blake Street. Z Block will include office and hotel components.
Over in uptown is the Alexan Uptown apartment project. Alexan Uptown is under construction at 19th and Logan. This project will rise to 12 floors and will house 372 apartment units.
At 18th and Broadway is SkyHouse Denver. The 13th floor is now being poured at this project. SkyHouse Denver will reach 26 stories once complete.
The last project we will look at is the Country Club Towers development that is under construction near Speer and Downing. Below grade work is currently taking place. The Country Club Towers will consist of 2 31-story residential towers.
Have a happy and safe Labor Day weekend everyone.
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I used to be able to toggle through all the pictures in the popup window by pressing the right and left arrow keys. It was fun. Did something happen to that functionality, or is my computer just acting funny? (No biggie; just curious.)
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