A series of one-story brick structures that are more than 60 years old will soon be demolished in a growing section of Denver to make way for the construction of a modern new apartment complex.
The project belongs to the Akron, Ohio-based RB Dexter Five LLC, and will go up at the border of Denver and Glendale, a separate enclave in the greater metro area.
Glendale has increasingly become a haven for apartment dwellers in recent years with rents for one-bedroom units generally averaging between $1,500 and $2,500.
As announced, the project would see the construction of a single five-story building housing just over 100 one- and two-bedroom units.
The project site is in the 900 block of Dexter Street, just down the street from several multi-story apartment complexes, and six miles to the southeast of downtown Denver.
RB Dexter Five purchased the parcels making up the site last fall for a combined $3.5 million.
Project designer is the Denver-based OZ Architecture, which specializes in residential and retail work, among other areas.
By Garry Boulard
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