Invent Development Partners is building a 17-unit loft and townhome community in Denver's River North neighborhood.
River North Residences
is the second RiNo project for Invent. The company's Backyard Residences is already sold out and scheduled for completion in July.
Designed by HKS Architects
, River North Residences is less than four blocks from the new train station at 38th and Blake streets, and Coors Field, LoDo, the Pepsi Center and Union Station are just a walk or bike ride away.
"Interest has definitely been building for River North Residences," says Jon Dwight, co-founder of Invent Development.
The units at River North Residences will be larger than those in most urban projects -- some as wide as 24 feet with 10-foot ceilings and ranging from 1,549 square feet to 2,313 square feet. Prices on the two- and three-bedroom units situated on 0.43 acres at 34th and Walnut streets will start in the high $500s.
"RiNo is where everyone wants to be right now," says Liz Richards, a broker with Kentwood City Properties
who is listing the project. "It has an amazing energy and momentum unlike any other neighborhood in Denver. I am a huge fan of this project."
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