Which new apartment complex has its own palm tree?
KEPHART's newest project in Fort Collins, Colorado is now complete, and yes, it has palm trees! More importantly, The Vibe achieved a silver LEED rating, the first HUD apartment project in Colorado to do so.
The Henry: Modern Sophistication with a Nod to Denver’s Prairie Style Roots
The new apartment community in Platte Park, The Henry, has put a modern twist on the design principals of Arts and Crafts Style that was brought to Colorado in the early 1900s with the creation of Washington Park and Platt Park neighborhoods.
What’s the future of parking for multifamily projects?
With the continual growth of multifamily development in Denver, parking is becoming a larger topic of discussion. How much parking do we really need per unit? What is the future of parking and how are we planning for that now?
Fine art is now the newest resident attractions in multifamily communities around the country. Find out what is trending in this year's Pillars Finalist communities.
Denver area apartment complex sells for $75.4 million
KEPHART's multifamily community in Littleton, Colorado, Ironwood at RedRocks, recently sold to AvalonBay Communities.
Kephart-designed Ironwood at Red Rocks MF project is complete
Just four miles from Red Rocks Amphitheater, a new multifamily rental community has completed. Ironwood at Red Rocks is geared towards young professionals and young families with an active lifestyle. Right on the front range in Denver, Colorado, the amenities here are endless.
Trends 2018: Attainable Housing
2018 will have a continued shortage of attainable housing, leading to new methods of design and construction.
Bicycle kitchens give cyclists their very own amenity space
What is the most recent amenity trend in multifamily housing? Bicycle kitchens! This new element to the bicycle amenity space is an intensive workshop area combined with an added social element.
Chicago-based apartment REIT re-enters Denver with $135M Uptown buy
Equity Residential recently purchased the 12-story Alexan Uptown complex for $134.97 million and renamed it Radius Uptown. This is the first Denver property in their portfolio.
From NIMBY to YIMBY
How do you navigate challenging development approvals? Chris Grady shares how to take the political temperature, interface with local leaders, meet with neighbors, and prepare for public hearings to achieve favorable results.