By Ioana Neamt, Associate Editor
Developers keep adding to Denver’s multifamily presence.
Wood Partners LLC is now leasing all 280 luxury units at Alta City House—a five-story mid-rise apartment community in the city’s Union Station/Riverfront Park neighborhood. The luxury development at 1801 Chestnut St. is already 78 percent leased.
“Alta City House is a high-profile project just west of Union Station, at the hub of the Denver metro area’s light rail system,” Tim McEntee, director of Wood Partners’ Rocky Mountains region, said in a prepared statement. “Overall, we’re very pleased with how well it has been received.”
The LEED Gold certified building was developed by Wood Partners together with USAA Real Estate Co. and East West Partners—the developer of Riverfront Park and the Union Station redevelopment. The Alta City House team also includes architect Paul T. Bergner Associates, civil engineer Harris Kocher Smith, as well as landscape architect and land planner Norris Design. Wood Residential Services is the property manager.
Alta City House, Wood Partners’ third Denver-area project, features one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans, a two-story fitness center, two-story club room, rooftop deck, and two outdoor courtyards, among other amenities. The developer’s second Denver project—Alta Aspen Grove—was the first stick-frame market-rate apartment building to be certified by LEED for Homes in Colorado.
Image courtesy of Wood Partners LLC