Originally Posted by DownhomeDenver
So I was looking through the ROW plan review website within Denvergov and I found some interesting stuff. I noticed that there were major encumberance permits submitted for some apartment projects we've heard about lately. I am not going to bet the farm based on just these submittals that the project will breakground....I know there's more to this process than just getting one permit. With that said, the projects that have asked for MEPs are:
1. 1490 Delgany
2. The Residences at 19th and Logan
3. 2300 Walnut
4. 2120 Blake St
Also Riverfront Park is asking the city if it can move it's neighborhood sign at 20th and Little Raven since that lot is supposed to be developed by AMLI. But I didn't see anything submitted in the ROW section for AMLI.
I would be pretty happy if these 4 projects really did breakground this year. According to Redpeak's website they are pushing for a Q2 2012 groundbreaking. That would be amazing!
Expect all four of those projects, plus 20th and Little Raven, and Cadence to start within the next two months.
On a side note, the conversion of the old Public Service building on 15th Street into a hotel will be getting underway soon as well. The exterior of the building will remain pretty much the same. The one interesting feature will be the auto elevators to reach the below grade parking levels.