Public Progress

PBA at the Brighton Corridor Groundbreaking

Photos courtesy of Maaklikah Hartley

Photos courtesy of Maaklikah Hartley

Today Gina Metge on behalf of Studio PBA, attended the Brighton Corridor Groundbreaking in RiNo hosted by the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative.  Mayor Michael Hancock and Council President Albus Brooks along with other city council members addressed a crowd of eager attendees.  The mayor praised mounting excitement for the project and its potential to revitalize and improve the safety of the corridor with the addition of much-needed protected bike lanes, improved sidewalks and landscaping.  Behind the wheel of a CAT Caterpillar, the Mayor initiated the groundbreaking to cheers from the crowd.  For more about this project the NDCC's site here: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/north-denver-cornerstone-collaborative/brighton-boulevard-redevelopment.html

Alta Pinehurst's Construction Progress

Images courtesy of ZOOM Aerial Photography, LLC & Wood Partners

Images courtesy of ZOOM Aerial Photography, LLC & Wood Partners

The construction progress on our Alta Pinehurst project with Wood Partners is literally transforming the landscape in Lakewood near Hampden and Wadsworth.  The steeply sloping site near Pinehurst Country Club has been leveled out to create building pads, and the clubhouse and several of the residential buildings are beginning  framing.    The first units are slated for move-in June 2017.  

Sugarmont Apartment Project in Salt Lake City Approved

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"After years of proposals and several different iterations, Boulder Ventures has received project approval for the Sugarmont Apartments, the next phase of its 2100 Sugarhouse a Mixed Use Development.  On Wednesday night, the Salt Lake City Planning Commission approved, with conditions, the developer’s Planned Development and Conditional Building and Site Design Review request." Read the rest of the Building Salt Lake's article here: http://www.buildingsaltlake.com/commission-approves-sugarmont-development/