12-Story Multifamily Project Breaks Ground in Denver’s Golden Triangle

On March 14, Revesco Properties/Alpine Investments (RPAI)Pinkard Construction, and OZ Architecture celebrated the groundbreaking for akin Golden Triangle, a 12-story, multifamily project. Construction commenced in early February and is expected to continue into Q4 of 2024. The luxury-boutique building will contain 98 units of multifamily and amenities.

23-story project in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood will incorporate existing retail building

The 250-foot-tall structure with 285 apartments would replace a pair of office buildings but keep Cherokee Row at 11th Avenue and Cherokee Street.

Cherry Cricket property in Cherry Creek changes hands for $25M

The buyer is a Denver developer with family ties to the restaurant’s leadership. 

Alpine Investments to Begin Construction of Six-Story Multifamily Project in Englewood

Developer Alpine Investments has received $24.9 million in construction financing for the development of a 119-unit, Class A, mid-rise apartment complex in the south Denver community of Englewood.

Denver developers team up for 4 infill apartment projects totaling $135M

The firms led by Rhys Duggan and Churchill Bunn are partnering in Berkeley, the Golden Triangle, Union Station North, and another unnamed site.

New company plans to redevelop southeast corner of 46th and Tennyson in Denver

Denver-based Alpine Investments submitted a concept plan to the city earlier this month

Six-story apartment building slated to break ground along Tennyson

Denver-based Alpine Investments, led by Churchill Bunn, recently completed its first ground-up development.

In the middle of LoHi’s restaurant row, come explore a sophisticated approach to urban living

Within a 4-block walk of The Edge LoDo, you’ll have 21 dining/tavern options — Ale House, Linger, Avanti –- not to mention lobster-purveyor Maine Shack, which just opened.

Luxury Condo Development Coming to Denver’s LoHi

The property is set to include 44 units and 4,200 square feet of street-level retail. The community was 35 percent pre-sold at the time Knighthead Funding provided construction financing.