1776 Curtis, a 29-story mixed-use development is planned to break ground in downtown Denver and begin construction this December.
Denver-based Davis Partnership Architects is the firm that designed this high-rise building. Shea Properties is the developer. The property has most recently served as a parking lot which closed two weeks ago in advance of construction.
The residential portion will rise to 29 floors, with the 29th floor serving as a mechanical penthouse. A total of 359 apartment units will be offered in studio, one, and two bedroom options. The 28th floor will feature penthouse units.
Ground-floor retail space will be incorporated in 1776 Curtis. The project will have a total of 16,965 square-feet of retail space.
Structured parking will be included and will feature a total of 535 parking spaces.
Construction of 1776 Curtis is slated to take 25 months, which puts this downtown Denver construction project on target for a 2018 1st quarter opening.
The residential side will be constructed using concrete with a precast skin.
Amenities will be featured on the 8th level of the residential portion and will include a pool, two spas, an outdoor common space with fire places and grills. A fitness room and a dedicated space for dogs will also be showcased.
1776 Curtis will join the 26-story SkyHouse Denver project that is taking shape at 18th and Curtis, as the second high-rise residential project under construction in downtown Denver.
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HI Ryan, This will be a great project for downtown Denver.
You edited out the portion about the office portion. Is this still happening? I was thinking since it will take less time for construction they are marketing it now, with potential to increase the height if they get an anchor tenant? I really loved the original office proposal from a few years ago.
I am very excited about this one. I am surprised that there isn’t anything planned yet for the large vacant dirt lot on Welton and 17th that has been sitting unused for years. That is another spot where i would love to see some development.
Sadly this demonstrates yet another attack on commuters who want to drive to work and park near their office.
Oh yes. So sad.
Great news! But how much does all this parking drive up the cost of the project, and therefore rents for the units?