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Xfinity delivers gigabit speeds to Coda in Cherry Creek

The building opened in spring 2016.

The recently completed Coda in Cherry Creek apartment building is the first property in Colorado to deliver gigabit speeds to residents through Xfinity's Advanced Communities Network (ACN).

Coda developer Zocalo Community Development has been committed to innovation in the multifamily industry since its founding in 2001, boasting a number of Denver-area first in apartment development, including in-building bicycle maintenance shops and electric vehicle charging stations.

"This investment in network infrastructure at Coda property is a notable differentiator for us in the Denver area," says Susan Maxwell, principal and COO of Zocalo. "Our building is registered for LEED Gold certification, making it one of the smarter and more sophisticated properties in the region. By offering gigabit speeds to our residents as an additional amenity through Xfinity Communities, we are providing the infrastructure needed to support smart home and environmental technology, which are two very important priorities in Colorado."

Located at First Avenue and Steele Street, the 12-story building features a mix of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments averaging 902 square feet in size. Each unit has custom tile flooring, quartz countertops, an in-suite front-loading washer and dryer and keyless entry. Many units also offer private balconies and California closet designs in the master suites.

Community amenities include:
 
  • A rooftop swimming pool and community lounge, featuring a chef's kitchen and outdoor grills
  • Concierge services
  • Health and fitness center with space for meditation and yoga
  • Climate-controlled garage with spaces to accommodate all residents
  • An exclusive entrance for residents into The Kitchen, the highly-rated, farm-to-table restaurant opening on Coda's ground floor in 2017
"We're thrilled to be open and to be offering a truly boutique hotel-type lifestyle in one of Denver's most sought-after neighborhoods," Maxwell says.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

Read more articles by Margaret Jackson.

Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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