Zocalo Community Development
has completed the topping off of Coda, a 12-story apartment building under construction in Cherry Creek North.
Located at First Avenue and Steele Street, Coda will have 182 apartments, fitness center, self-service pet spa, Velo Room with professional bike, ski and snowboard maintenance equipment and concierge service. Just over half of the units will be one bedroom, while 25 percent will be studios and the remaining 23 percent will be two bedrooms. The apartments will range in size from 510 square feet to nearly 1,700 square feet.
Coda's leasing office is expected to open in the first quarter of 2016, and the project is scheduled for completion by April.
"As a beacon into Cherry Creek North, Coda will be the most sought-after community, thanks to its upscale finishes, unparalleled views and prestigious location," says Susan Maxwell, principal of Zocalo.
Zocalo is applying for LEED Gold certification for the building, which will have a number of sustainable features, including electric vehicle charging stations; comprehensive recycling and composting programs; high-efficiency lighting; and floor-to-ceiling low thermal emissivity windows.
Coda is the fifth LEED-certified multifamily project developed by Zocalo in Denver. Its other projects include 2020 Lawrence, a 231-unit tower in Denver's Ballpark neighborhood; Solera, a 120-unit project; and Cadence at Union Station, a 219-unit building at 17th and Chestnut streets.
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