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New Project: Apartment Complex In Colorado

October 17, 2020
Photo Credit: Hines/Cresset

Photo Credit: Hines/Cresset

Source: Businessden.com

 

A joint ventureship has announced plans to construct Residences at RiNo: a new, 2.5-acre apartment complex in Colorado.


Where is it happening?

Denver, Colo.


Who is involved?

Developers: Hines Development, Cresset Capital Management

Designers: Zeigler Cooper, Parisa O’Connell, Design Workshop


When is it happening?

The structure will open to residents in Q3 2022.


Why is it important?

The project will be the first residential building in the North Wynkoop project,which currently only includes Mission Ballroom concert venue and an office building.


Key Aspects?

Heated pool

Large garden area

Dog park

Co-working space

 

Building Specs?

11-stories tall

Apartments ranging from 542 square-feet to 1,715 square-feet

14,500 square-feet of ground-floor retail space

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