JV Breaks Ground on 322 Unit Community in Denver’s Golden Triangle
- Feb 16, 2017
Denver—A joint venture between Legacy Partners and USAA Real Estate Company have begun development of TriVista on Speer, a 322-unit luxury apartment community in Denver’s Golden Triangle.
“TriVista is strategically located in a very convenient and affluent area of Denver known as the Golden Triangle. It is in a walkable neighborhood where there is immediate access to the museum district the convention center and local transportation including the light rail,” Spencer Stuart, Legacy Partners’ senior managing director, told MHN. “Legacy typically builds higher density infill projects that have good walkability so TriVista fits right in with our development philosophy.”
Located on Speer Boulevard between 13th and 14th Avenues, the seven-story development will feature one- two- and three-bedroom units, all with luxury finishes that include stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and gas stoves.
Amenities include a business center providing professionals who desire onsite office space; an outdoor pool and lounge; roof and sun decks that overlook the picturesque Western Range; two-level fitness center complete with spin room and yoga studio; demonstration kitchen and wine cellar with individual lockers; dog spa; bicycle repair shop exclusive to residents; and a storage area for bike and ski equipment.
The property is one block south of the Colorado Convention Center and is in close proximity to a numerous restaurants and cultural attractions in Denver’s Golden Triangle. Residents will also enjoy convenient access to the Cherry Creek Trail that runs along Speer Boulevard directly across the street.
An RTD light rail station is around the corner and there is immediate access to I-25 and I-70.
“Denver continues to experience significant in migration and job growth,” Stuart said. “This creates a demand for housing and until recently, the Golden Triangle area had not seen much new development.”
TriVista on Speer is expected to reach completion by early 2019. Helaba is the lender for the project and CFC Construction serves as the general contractor.