Denver, Colo. (Dec. 3, 2015) – Batson-Cook Construction and Swinerton Builders ceremonially topped-out SkyHouse Denver today, meaning the structure on the 26th floor of the 26-floor, 354-unit luxury apartment building on the corner of Broadway and 18th Avenue in uptown Denver has been completed.
The milestone signals the building is half-way to completion. The Leasing Center will open in Spring 2016. Information is also available at www.skyhousedenver.com. The high-rise is expected to be delivered in August 2016. The development team of Novare Group, Simpson Housing and Batson-Cook Development Company broke ground on the high-rise in February of 2015.
“With this milestone, we are pleased to be that much closer to offering residents the opportunity to be among the first to live in this world-class building located in the heart of the Uptown neighborhood,” said Jim Borders, President, Novare Group. “Batson-Cook Construction and Swinerton Builders are working carefully and methodically to deliver a high quality high-rise community, and we are excited to celebrate the topping out with them and the highly skilled construction workers making this a reality.”
SkyHouse Denver is a mixed-use project featuring 354 apartment homes ranging from studio to two-bedroom dens and 6,900 square feet of street-level retail space. The signature SkyHouse on the top floor of the building includes a club room, swimming pool and fitness center. The building is targeting next-generation professionals who are choosing to live in urban centers close to public transportation, employment centers and cultural institutions.
The apartment homes will all have nine foot ceilings with floor to ceiling glass, quartz countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and porcelain tile. In addition to the SkyHouse amenity deck, the SkyHouse Denver will have vehicle charging stations, bike storage, bike maintenance areas, a dog walk area and a dog washing station. The sustainable building is being built to Energy Star standards.
SkyHouse Denver is one of 17 SkyHouse-branded apartment communities in the United States including projects in Dallas, Houston, Austin, Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando, Charlotte and Raleigh. The program represents more than $1.2 billion in new development since its inception in 2012.