Yet one more big apartment building is moving towards construction in Denver, this one going up in the city’s University Hills section.
The Denver-based development company Q Factor wants to build two tower structures on the southeast corner of Evans Avenue and S. Colorado Boulevard.
One tower will have 12 floors, connected by an elevated bridge to a second 8-story tower.
The project has now won the unanimous approval for a site zoning change that will allow for the construction of the higher tower.
According to documents submitted to the Denver City Council, Q Factor describes itself as specializing in “creative design and thoughtful place-making in urban environments.”
Those documents also state that the company is committed to building a development that will be in tune “with the community’s character.”
The complex will have nearly 90 apartment units, as well as a hotel with up to 130 rooms and a restaurant.
The site is currently the home to a dry cleaner and former liquor store. It was also once the home of the Deadbeat Club, a popular nightclub that was heavily damaged by fire in the fall of 2015.
By Garry Boulard
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