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Old May 26th, 2017, 10:51 AM   #1
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DENVER | 1901 Arapahoe | 122m x 2 | 400ft x 2 | 38 fl x 2 | Pro

A new high-rise condominium development is planned for 19th Street between Lawrence and Arapahoe in Downtown Denver.
Proposed by Miami developer Renzo Renzi, the project was introduced in an article by John Rebchook at the Colorado Real Estate Journal about a month ago. Since then the development team has been busy clarifying primary design issues like floor-to-ceiling heights and unit sizes. We are pleased to share in this DenverInfill post the latest information on this major downtown development.

Here’s the latest…
Located at 1901 Arapahoe and currently marketed as Paradise Living, the project will include approximately 700 condominium units in two 38-story towers. The exact number of homes won’t be available until the final mix of unit types and sizes has been determined. The two towers will each rise 400 feet in height, the maximum allowed in this part of downtown per the Denver zoning code.
1901 Arapahoe is being designed by MOA Architecture. Thanks to Jack Mousseau and his team at MOA, we have several renderings to share with you. These are high-resolution versions of the renderings available on the Paradise Living website that were prepared early in the process and prior to the latest design clarifications. Therefore, you should view these renderings not for specifics like floor counts, but to get a sense for the overall form, style, and aesthetics of the development. Even though the design will continue to be refined in the coming months, the development team has confirmed that the architectural “look” of the project will remain the same. New renderings will be available later this summer.
First up, a full-color bird’s-eye view looking east toward the corner of 19th and Lawrence, followed by a street-level perspective looking southeast up 19th Street.
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Old May 28th, 2017, 06:46 AM   #2
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The big, ugly podium is a bummer, but this project is way better than the parking lot it would replace.
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This has been discredited. I have no idea if the project is real, but the renderings make it seem like it's not.

For example the towers aren't the number of stories claimed...you can count floors in the rendering.

The floor-to-floor heights are also too high. Typically they'd be substantially less than office floors. See the examples next door. It's even worse in the other rendering.

They seem to have stretched a smaller project's picture to fit the block.
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