Tennessee-based Southern Land Company has plans to develop RÊVE Boulder, a mixed-use project that will take shape at 30th and Pearl in Boulder, CO.
The current plan for RÊVE Boulder includes 244 for-rent residences, 24,500 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 108,700 square feet of office space. The residential units will range in size from studios to for-rent townhomes. Four buildings are planned to be constructed on the property with the tallest topping out at five floors in height.
The project is slated to break ground this fall pending zoning and height approvals from the City of Boulder. The site is six acres in size.
RÊVE Boulder will take shape adjacent to the Google campus that is under construction. The Google campus broke ground in August and once fully built-out is slated to accommodate 1,500 employees.
Southern Land Company also has plans for a mixed-use development to take shape at 17th and Pearl Street in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood. The 8-story Denver development is expected to include 315 apartments and 14,000 square feet of retail space.
Denver-based OZ Architecture designed RÊVE Boulder.
Below are renderings of RÊVE Boulder courtesy Southern Land Company.