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Coloradan Condos Coming To Union Station
According to the Denver Business Journal, a $200 million, 334-unit condo project has broken ground at Union Station. Named “The Coloradan” this condo development will be the “last building to go vertical in the area surrounding the train platform and canopy and the only opportunity to own a piece of this newly iconic neighborhood," said Chris Frampton, managing partner of East West Partners.
Builders are excited to provide the ultimate downtown experience for residents as the heart of the city is literally right outside their doors.
The article also stated:
The project, at 1750 Wewatta St., will include an affordable component under the city's inclusionary housing ordinance. Thirty-three of the 334 units will have prices set by the city's affordability requirements to be in the mid to high $200,000s.
Another 294 units will range in price from the high $200,000s to $1.3 million.
Seven penthouses on the 19th floor will range in price from $1.6 million to $3 million.
The project will also include 19,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and a 447-space parking garage.
News of the Coloradan first broke in November, and is expected to be complete in September 2018.
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