Apartments Keep Piling Up in Denver

Denver’s booming housing market is driving investors to the city like a magnet.
Country Club Towers

Country Club Towers

Denver’s booming housing market is driving investors to the city like a magnet. Broe Real Estate Group, an affiliate of The Broe Group is one such investor, betting big on the promising market.

The company recently broke ground on two 31-story residential towers in the popular West Wash Park neighborhood. Among the attendees at the groundbreaking ceremony on June 22nd were Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and Sean Broe of The Broe Group, according to a news release.

Country Club Towers II is a project designed by Chicago-based Solomon Cordwell Buenz that will comprise 552 apartments and 1,005 structured parking spaces. The project will create about 1,000 construction jobs and is scheduled for opening in mid-2017. General contractor Swinerton Builder and the Associated General Contractors of Colorado will also provide job training for those who wish to work on the project.

“The development, which will include ample parking and plenty of green space, is a striking enhancement to the existing property and the highly desirable Denver community of West Wash Park,” said Sean Broe of The Broe Group in a statement. “People want to live near downtown Denver, and we are pleased to be able to provide state-of-the-art, energy-efficient residences that are close to where they work and play.”

The existing apartment units in the twin residential towers are currently being renovated. Developers will add amenities such as a lap pool with a 26,000-square-foot deck, fitness center, yoga rooms, multiple outdoor patios, and an indoor common kitchen and clubhouse. Each unit will feature floor-to-ceiling, energy-efficient bay windows with views of the Denver skyline.

The team for the massive project also includes local companies RK Mechanical, the Weifield Group, S.A. Miro, Kimley Horn and StudioInsite.

Image courtesy of The Broe Group

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