Located in a highly coveted area of Denver that has not received new housing in years, a thriving community was built called High Line Pointe. With the site spanning two jurisdictions and one portion requiring a rezone, numerous challenges were successfully overcome by the multifamily architects to bring this community to fruition. By intentionally delaying the project for one year to thoughtfully work with the surrounding neighbors, consultants, and the two municipalities, we created a neighborhood that fits seamlessly into the existing neighborhood.
The two buildings at High Line Pointe were thoughtfully oriented to take advantage of mountain and front range views and provide convenient access to the High Line Canal Recreational Trail. A focus on fitness and an active lifestyle were the key drivers when designing the amenities. Preserving the existing trees was a priority to connect the community to the surrounding neighborhood and provide a sense of place. Amenities includes a layered pool and oversized pool deck with private cabanas give the multifamily community a resort like feel, a fitness center and yoga studio that open to the pool deck, and a clubroom with full bar and seating.