New residential construction including lofts, townhomes, condominiums and single family homes for sale continues to boom in Lower Highland. However, this vibrant, up and coming neighborhood in Downtown Denver is creating more sustainability by finding a balance that incorporates retail, dining, living, and office space.
Check out these four projects that will be a great addition to the LoHi neighborhood:
1. Galvanize, currently under construction between 16th St., 17th St., and Platte St., will boast roughly 76,000 square feet of rentable office, meeting, classroom, and restaurant space. Galvanize will offer a unique and collaborative approach towards office space in that it’s focal point is providing a co-working environment for startups and smaller innovative companies. This project is expected to complete in early 2015.
2. Just up the street from Galvanize you’ll find The Lab, another 76,000 square feet office building for lease that will offer great visibility from I-25. The building will offer some retail space on 17th St. just north of Platte St. Completion of The Lab is expected to be around June 2015.
3. Up the hill in the heart of the LoHi Marketplace, you’ll find a project currently known as 2930 Umatilla. This five-story, 21,000 square foot building is expected to be complete in October of this year and will be anchored by Mizu, a contemporary Japanese restaurant with sushi bar and lounge on the ground floor.
4. The last project is a unique, nautical-themed building on a small sliver of land up against the Platte River appropriately named The Boathouse. The Boathouse is by far the smallest of the office buildings currently under construction in LoHi, but the unique design and architecture rivals it’s larger counterparts. The Boathouse is currently under construction at 1850 Platte Street, just seconds from the I-25/20th St. exit and will feature a total of 10,651 square feet. The design boasts floor to ceiling windows that range between 12.5 and 18 ft. Construction of The Boathouse is scheduled to complete in January of 2015.