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122 Micro Units Planned at 17th & Pennsylvania Street
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122 Micro Units Planned at 17th & Pennsylvania Street

Commercial
Feb 6
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3 min read

1674 N Pennsylvania Street

Another parking lot bites the dust. This time at the corner of N 17th Ave & Pennsylvania Street directly across from the Beloved Ace Eat Serve.

Aerial View - Facing North
Rendering - Provided by Browncollectivearch

The developer is proposing to replace the parking lot with a 122-unit mixed-use building with ground floor retail, 31 vehicle and 68 bike parking spots. This project aims not only to increase residential capacity but also to enhance the area's commercial and recreational offerings, thereby fostering a vibrant and dynamic urban environment.

The project will include compact studios and 1-bedroom units with a maximum unit size of 549 square feet, catering to singles and couples. The inclusion of commercial spaces on the ground floor will provide residents and visitors with convenient access to retail and dining options, further enhancing the livability and appeal of the area.

While some worry 31 parking spots isn't enough for 122 units, this contrast is designed to promote a more walk-able community.

Rendering - Provided by Browncollective

The transition from a parking lot to a mixed-use development is expected to compliment the BespokeUptown, a mixed-use building that delivered in 2020 next door. The project will also increase the area's housing stock, and address some of the pressing needs for more residential options in Denver.

Aerial View Facing BespokeUptown

Ground breaking is expected later this year, stay tuned for updates as we track the progress of Uptown's latest project!

Architect - Brown Collective

Civil Engineer - Raptor Civil Engineering

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122 Micro Units Planned at 17th & Pennsylvania Street
3 min read

122 Micro Units Planned at 17th & Pennsylvania Street

Commercial
Feb 6
/
3 min read

1674 N Pennsylvania Street

Another parking lot bites the dust. This time at the corner of N 17th Ave & Pennsylvania Street directly across from the Beloved Ace Eat Serve.

Aerial View - Facing North
Rendering - Provided by Browncollectivearch

The developer is proposing to replace the parking lot with a 122-unit mixed-use building with ground floor retail, 31 vehicle and 68 bike parking spots. This project aims not only to increase residential capacity but also to enhance the area's commercial and recreational offerings, thereby fostering a vibrant and dynamic urban environment.

The project will include compact studios and 1-bedroom units with a maximum unit size of 549 square feet, catering to singles and couples. The inclusion of commercial spaces on the ground floor will provide residents and visitors with convenient access to retail and dining options, further enhancing the livability and appeal of the area.

While some worry 31 parking spots isn't enough for 122 units, this contrast is designed to promote a more walk-able community.

Rendering - Provided by Browncollective

The transition from a parking lot to a mixed-use development is expected to compliment the BespokeUptown, a mixed-use building that delivered in 2020 next door. The project will also increase the area's housing stock, and address some of the pressing needs for more residential options in Denver.

Aerial View Facing BespokeUptown

Ground breaking is expected later this year, stay tuned for updates as we track the progress of Uptown's latest project!

Architect - Brown Collective

Civil Engineer - Raptor Civil Engineering