Big construction update for Modera River North Arts! This large development at 28th and Blake in the ever-popular RiNo District has been moving along very quickly-- we are completed with concrete, so all foundations are completed and slab on grade and both elevated slabs are complete. Wood framing is in full force and Shaw Construction is expected to be topped out with roof framing completed by the end of April or the beginning of May. Substantial completion of this project with developer Mill Creek is is projected to be middle of April 2018.
Lots of progress at Mill Creek's Modera Observatory Park the past few months as you can see in the photographs below. The exterior siding in completely installed along with a majority of the exterior veneer painting. You can see inside select units that drywall is being installed and painting is completed. Other units have appliances, trim, flooring and carpet installation finished along with lighting fixtures. You can see the fitness center starting to take shape as well as the drywall and wood ceiling installation in the clubhouse. Be sure to check back for for updates this project's progress as it continues to work toward completion.
Modera Observatory Park's construction has been continuing on through the snow and cold, making strides toward completion. Once completed, this project will offer 277 units between two buildings split by Josephine Street and sandwiched between Jewel Ave. and E. Asbury Ave in the DU neighborhood. You can see the aerial image from a time-lapse camera we've covered in previous posts (https://app.oxblue.com/open/multifam/demo17). In the subsequent images you get a closer look at more project details. You can see the balconies and exterior elements forming, the location of the future pool and hot tub, the roof deck access from the townhouses of building one, along with the vibrant exterior colors.
Thanks to Ryan with DenverInfill's blog for keeping up with the progress on this project. It's always great to see our project milestones from an outside perspective. To read the whole blog entry click here: http://denverinfill.com/blog/2016/11/modera-river-north-arts-update-2.html
Members of Mill Creek and Studio PBA were invited for the ‘Modera Topping Out BBQ’ put together by Tamra Holton, Project Coordinator, from Shaw Construction to celebrate the final structural support frame/wall on the 4 story buildings. What a milestone! Two structures now occupy the site where last year they were just empty plots. Here are some photos from the event & project progress.
Modera Observatory Park on Josephine has framed out Building 1 (closest to the camera) all the way to the roof deck. Both buildings are now completely vertical. Building 2, across the street is nearly 20% ahead of Building 1. The leasing center is scheduled to be open as early as February 2017.
Check out the great time-lapse footage capturing our Modera Observatory Park project going up in the DU neighborhood. This 275 unit project with developer Mill Creek Residential is expected to be completed by Spring 2017. Click the link below to watch the progress of this project.
DenverInfill's blog recently documented the groundbreaking of one of our projects in the RiNo district. To read more click here: