A Change in Legislation Boosts Colorado’s Slumping Condo Suppy
Developers are slowly warming up to condo development with the recent House Bill 1279. Whether or not the Bill will help the struggling condo market, developers are trying to find ways to provide product. We share the difference between apartment design and condo design in this article in Bisnow.
What’s In? What’s Out? What’s Important?
When considering homebuyers' preferences, what's in, what's out, and what's important? Four 55+ designers in four different markets answer these three questions for you.
KEPHART’S Encore Apartments break ground in Lowry’s Boulevard One neighborhood
Encore Apartments will mark the entrance to the new Boulevard One neighborhood. This is a 347-unit apartment project, which was developed with the Kelmore Development team.
In Denver’s raucous RiNo market, an island of affordable apartments will rise
A team consisting of The Urban Land Conservancy, Medici Communities and KEPHART Architects, will be building 65 affordable apartments in the RiNo neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. In an area getting increasingly more expensive, a permanent affordable housing option is greatly welcomed.
KEPHART Brings Vision of 363 South Broadway to Life
New life will be coming to the Denver Design District with 363 South Broadway, a transit-oriented multifamily community.
Walker & Dunlop funds financing for senior living project
A new senior living community in Monument, Colorado is being 90% funded by Walker & Dunlop Inc. for $28.2 million. The loan is an 18-month construction and 40-year fully amortizing permanent loan.
KEPHART, CSI break ground on Jackson Creek Senior Living
Jackson Creek Senior Living is the first community of its time in Monument, Colorado. This community will include independent living, assisted living and memory care units, which allows for flexible care and ability to age within the community.
KEPHART designs 2401 Blake project in Denver’s Ballpark Neighborhood
Construction has begun on a mixed-use multifamily project in the Denver Ballpark neighborhood. Focus for this project is around turning an old, run-down, abandoned location into an inviting space for everyone.
Five Reasons Why Carriage Units Are Popular in Suburban Development
Carriage units are growing in popularity as more and more people are moving to the suburbs. Here are the top five reasons why developers and residents are drawn to carriage units.
How a Denver Multifamily Development Blurs the Line Between Public and Residential Space
Teaming up with Lennar Multifamily Communities, KEPHART designed 2401 Blake Street on the former site of the River North Brewery two blocks from Coors Field. A main focus of this project is blending the space between public and residential. The design created will enhance the urban fabric of the community.