Nearly 200 new apartments inside one structure may soon see construction at 2059 19th Street in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood.
The project is being proposed by Pando Holdings, a Denver-based real estate investment and development firm, and will include units ranging in size from studios to four-bedrooms.
To be designed by Shears Adkins Rockmore architects, also of Denver, the 13-story building will additionally feature co-working space, a fitness and yoga studio, and fireplace hearth on the ground floor.
Uniquely, the project will also house what is being described as a “social laundry space,” a concept that, according to the Raleigh, North Carolina-based Multi-Housing Laundry Association, emphasizes the social element in laundry rooms with an abundance of seating, tables, and machines.
Plans have now been submitted to the City of Denver for a project that, if approved, will go up in an area of modern multi-story office and apartment complexes.
The Union Station neighborhood, surrounding the city’s main railroad station, has seen an explosion of new development in the last decade, including new restaurants, bars, and grocery store space.
Pando Holdings during this time has emerged as one of the largest rental space developers in the area.
By Garry Boulard
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