A new high-rise apartment in Denver’s increasingly popular Golden Triangle neighbor could, if all goes well, see construction later this year.
The Charleston, South Carolina-based Greystone Real Estate Partners wants to build the 17-story structure at the intersection of Bannock Street and West 10th avenue. That site, made up of several parcels, measures around 1.5 acres.
According to concept plans submitted to the City of Denver, what is being called Parq II would house up to 324 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartment units, and is set to include 7,000 square feet of retail space on the building’s street level.
Also planned: spaces for up to 437 vehicles.
Greystar has previously developed the 16-story upscale Parq on Speer, which contains 302 units, at 909 Bannock Street and was opened nearly two years ago. That project was designed by the Houston-based Ziegler Cooper Architects which, according to reports, may be the lead designer for the new Parq II project.
An exact construction timetable for the Parq II project, which awaits city approval, has not been announced.
Located on the immediate northern side of Denver, the Golden Triangle neighborhood has seen a boom in both residential and commercial construction in the last two decades.
The neighborhood comprises one of the oldest sections of the city and is distinguished for the larger number of stately Victorian homes along its tree-lined residential streets.
By Garry Boulard
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