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Old Posted Jun 13, 2018, 10:12 PM
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New concept plan submittal to Denver:

2018PM0000326 - Evans East - 1120 Acoma Street

Concept - The Evans East Project will be a 17 story residential apartment tower with ground level retail.


Holland Partner Group has this property under contract.
This is music to my ears because I feel like this will turn up the pressure on the last really big areas of surface parking in GT. I'm specifically thinking of Cherokee St. between 12th and 13th, a Dikeou holding, and the two really big lots just on the West side of Acoma St. from this parcel. All of the other big voids are either being built on or have proposals in the pipeline.

"Ground level retail" is also a sweet chord to hear, as GT is such an interesting place and will always benefit from even more activation.
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2018, 5:26 PM
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So I forget...what is going on withe the Cherry Creek Safeway? I thought they resigned a lease for like another 20 years ago several years ago. But also heard something about them staying open while res was built on top of them. Notice work is going on at the site yesterday. What is the word?
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2018, 5:30 PM
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So I forget...what is going on withe the Cherry Creek Safeway? I thought they resigned a lease for like another 20 years ago several years ago. But also heard something about them staying open while res was built on top of them. Notice work is going on at the site yesterday. What is the word?
It's the new location of the Macy's Furniture Store and the Container Store. Free's up the west side for future redevelopment.
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Old Posted Jun 15, 2018, 3:56 AM
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Another project moving from concept to site development approval:


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2018PM0000114 - Kenect Denver
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Urban Design - 2136 Lawrence St; This proposed project, located at 2136 Lawrence Street in the Arapahoe Square district of Denver, is a 33-story building with 438 residential units and street level office/retail space.

Height is indicated at 372 feet.
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Great news! Thanks for posting!
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Another project moving from concept to site development approval:


Project Description:
2018PM0000114 - Kenect Denver
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Urban Design - 2136 Lawrence St; This proposed project, located at 2136 Lawrence Street in the Arapahoe Square district of Denver, is a 33-story building with 438 residential units and street level office/retail space.

Height is indicated at 372 feet.
Concept rendering

https://www.denvergov.org/content/da...ign_022018.pdf
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Old Posted Jun 15, 2018, 3:37 PM
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Fingers crossed that the developer picks some good materials here. Obviously we aren't getting limestone in the mode of the Hotel Monaco building, which is what would really honor the International Style/Moderne intent, but maybe we can get a really expensive paneling system?

Probably an unpopular opinion, but even a concrete facade would look eons more sophisticated in 15 yrs than all this EIFS and paneling this development cycle is leaving us with. Have a walk around 1201 N Williams sometime.
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Dang if we can get Kenect, that Rockies development, and maybe 1-2 more good sized projects off the ground this year, the boom will hold strong though 2019.
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