Edge Conditions: Zones Where Intrigue Happens
Edge conditions are the boundary zones where most of what intrigues us happens; the beaches, the sunsets, of architecture. Like waves on a shoreline, the edge conditions ebb and flow and are in constant states of change; existing as neither land nor water, they are both and neither.
Building DialogueJanuary 13, 2019
Theo apartment community opens at 9th & Colorado
A joint venture between Continuum Partners and CIM Group, 9th Avenue (Denver) Land LLC, announced the opening of Theo, the first market rate residential building at 9th & Colorado, a 26-acre urban infill project at the site of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver.
Kris Oppermann SternJuly 1, 2018
Shears, Adkins + Rockmore: Collaboration is Key to Success
I’m walking into Shears Adkins Rockmore for the first time and … wait, what? Where’s the grand lobby? No perky receptionist? No awards on display? Am I in the right place? I look around at the door to make sure I didn’t make a wrong turn. Nope, this is the place.
Building DialogueJune 24, 2018
West End 38 breaks ground in Wheat Ridge
West End 38 recently broke ground on a key corner in Wheat Ridge. West End 38 also is a groundbreaking development in Wheat Ridge. “This is the first new market-rate, mixed-use project of any size in Wheat Ridge since the early 1990s,” said Tyler Downs, a principal of Denver-based Wazee Partners, the developer of the $40…
John RebchookJune 20, 2018
Mill Creek multifamily – Modera West Wash Park, Modera LoHi
Mill Creek Residential is on a roll in Denver, with luxury apartment towers under construction at the edge of two ends of downtown. Dallas-based Mill Creek, the nation’s second largest apartment developer in 2017, also recently sold the 275-unit Modera Observatory Park apartment community near the University of Denver for $92.5 million. I spoke to…
John RebchookJune 8, 2018