Mill Creek Residential Brings 359 Luxury Apartments to Denver’s RiNo
Mill Creek Residential broke ground on 359 new luxury apartments in Denver’s River North Art District.
By Ioana Neamt, Associate Editor
Denver—The Mile-High City’s sizzling River North (RiNo) neighborhood is getting 359 new luxury apartment homes in the fall of 2017.
Texas-based Mill Creek Residential recently broke ground on River North Apartments, an upscale multifamily community at the corner of 29th Street and East Brighton Boulevard in the River North Art District. The five-story, 359-unit development will amount to a total cost of approximately $90 million, according to the Denver Business Journal, and is scheduled for delivery in September 2017.
The River North apartment community is part of the City of Denver’s Denargo Market Development Plan that aims to redevelop 29 acres surrounding the historic Denargo Market in collaboration with Cypress Real Estate Advisors. Once occupied by light industrial uses, the area is one of the largest remaining redevelopment sites in the Denver Central Business District—a 29.55-acre assemblage of 20 different land parcels.
Located just north of downtown Denver and minutes away from interstates 25 and 70, River North Apartments will offer easy access to some of the city’s most popular destinations, including Union Station, Coors Field, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Colorado Convention Center, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Denver Arts Museum and Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
River North Apartments will consist of 359 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes surrounded by a courtyard and parking garage. The community will incorporate a plethora of amenities, including: a resort-style swimming pool; cabana and barbecue area; fitness center and clubhouse; leasing center; energy-efficient stainless steel appliances; solid-surface counters and tile backsplashes; and laminate wood flooring. The community will also offer panoramic views of downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains.