Apartments at Yale Station

50 Senior affordable rental units

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Museum Residences

55 Luxury Codominiums

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STOUT24 Rowhomes

13 Affordable Rowhomes

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  • Community Room
  • View from East Yale Avenue

Apartments at Yale Station

This development consists of 50 residential rental units restricted to affordable senior housing through the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority's (CHFA) Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) program. This 6 story building totals 75,000 square feet including the 50 units, a community room, community deck, 3,000 square feet of retail and 59 parking spaces in a two-level garage. The project was completed July, 2011 and was fully leased by October, 2011. The project was designed by Davis Partnership and constructed by GE Johnson.

This is a true transit oriented development (TOD) with its location adjacent to RTD's Yale Station light rail stop. The close proximity of light rail and city buses provides an opportunity for low-income residents to reduce their transportation costs as they have easy access to many areas throughout the Denver Metropolitan Area via public transportation.

The developer was Mile High Development. The Morrison Group was a contributing developer.

The site and improvements are owned by Koelbel and Company. Comcap Asset Management is the property manager and leasing agent.

  • Main entrance to proposed building
  • Northwest view of proposed building

Future Affordable Housing

4911 W. 11th Avenue, Denver, CO

Proposed 58 unit Senior Affordable rental housing in a five story building. The site backs to Dry Gulch and will have direct access to the Sheridan light rail station that was completed in 2013. The project will be financed with 9% low income housing tax credits. Application for tax credits will be made to the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority(CHFA) in 2016.

  • Typical Interior
  • View from West 12th Avenue

Museum Residences

This development consist of 55 residential condominium units and 2 retail condominiums. The property was completed in 2007 and was 85% presold at the time of completion. This architecturally unique property was designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind and Davis Partnership. It has received national and local attention for its architecture. The interior layouts are as captivating as the exterior.

Museum Residences is located in the Golden Triangle neighborhood in the heart of Denver's cultural activities and facilities. These include: Denver Art Museum, Denver Central Library, Colorado History Museum (opening April 2012), Clyfford Still Museum, and Civic Center Park. Other nearby facilities include the State Capitol Building, Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building and the Denver Courthouse. All of these facilities are within three blocks of the property. Downtown Denver which is a vibrant urban city is within easy walking distance.

The developers were Corporex Colorado and Mile High Development, LLC. The Morrison Group was a contributing developer. Total project value is $50 million.

  • STOUT24 Rowhomes View from 24th & Stout Streets.
  • Completed Rowhomes View from 24th & Stout Streets.

STOUT24 Rowhomes

This development was completed February 2018 and includes thirteen for-sale rowhomes in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood. The project is located two blocks from the 25th and Welton Light Rail Station.

Seven of the homes were sold to buyers earning 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI) and below and five were sold to buyers earning 120% of AMI and below. One home is currently not listed for sale. Each home features three bedrooms and a total of two or two and one-half baths. Eleven homes have a 1-car garage and two have a carport. Construction started May 1, 2017 and the project was completed in February 2018. All units closed within a month of completion.

The site was acquired from the Denver Housing Authority (DHA) and funding was provided by the City and County of Denver Office of Economic Development (OED).

The project was designed by Studio PBA and was constructed by Alliance Construction Solutions.

The developer is The Morrison Group.

  • Concept drawing for Apartments
  • Concept drawing for Student Housing

University of Denver Housing

This unique transit oriented development site was created through a multi-year entitlement process. Proposed development on the site ranged from student housing, hotel, condominiums, market rate apartments and affordable housing. A local developer has purchased the site and completed an affordable housing project in 2014.