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Oso Denver, Colorado

Oso Mixed-Use Denver, Colorado

Oso Mixed-Use Denver, Colorado 2560 1440 Kristy

Ground has been broken! We are pleased to introduce Oso, named after Mount Oso, in the San Juan Mountains. This nine story, mixed-use project will deliver 267 units and over 15,000 SF of commercial space to Denverites. A few unique aspects of this building: first, there is additional space on the ground level for outdoor seating & landscape which will help to engage the community and welcome passers by into the building; second, there are several walk-up units which are reminiscent of a stroll through NYC or Boston. These two design considerations will make Oso a destination, as it will feel approachably urban.

The team at Craine feels passionate about designing buildings that will stand the test of time. That is why we lean into the use of ageless materials that will not only make Oso feel as though it has been part of the historic fabric of Denver, but to ensure that it will remain a beautiful component of Denver’s architecture for future generations.

We will keep you posted on the progress. Oso is set to open in the fourth quarter of 2024!

Hunter’s View Eagle, Colorado

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Hunter’s View is a neighborhood located on the grounds of the Frost Creek Country Club in Eagle, Colorado. Almost all of the forty-four customizable homes in this community are already sold and construction is well underway. Situated on 81 acres and surrounded by protected wilderness, these luxurious homes have been intentionally designed to fit in seamlessly with the picturesque landscape. Residents will enjoy panoramic mountain, as well as Brush Creek Valley views.

We always love working with Palisade Partners on these hospitality projects as it isn’t just about designing homes. It is all about making beautiful buildings that blend into the absolutely stunning surroundings and compliment the landscape, not detract from it. As if just owning a home in this beautiful area wasn’t enough, Frost Creek boasts a top tier golf course designed by Tom Weiskopf as well as endless amenities for activities including fishing, hiking, mountain biking, camping (yurt camping too!) and archery just to name a few. There are also a plethora of fitness activities including yoga, SUP yoga, day hikes, snowshoeing and barre sculpt.

To learn more about the residences we designed in Hunter’s View, click here. To learn more about the larger Frost Creek Community, click here.

Hunters View

Salt Lake City Ground Breaking

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On the skirt of Salt Lake City, a new multifamily community has broken ground. We are delighted to be working with Crescent Communities to design four hundred new homes for the residents of Utah. Set on the TRAX lightrail line, with easy access to downtown Salt Lake City, the project aims to engage both the urban edge and residential neighborhoods of the Daybreak planned community. What an exciting design challenge to create a seamless and bold transition to this area. From a design perspective, our architects ensured that the massing of these buildings was well-scaled with gabled roofs and pops of mature and modern color that will set this community apart. This project features two thoughtfully designed amenity buildings, one which will house the Land of a Thousand Hills coffee shop-a certain morning beacon to residents and light rail commuters alike. Additionally, this project will feature a clubhouse, pool, dog wash, gear share, as well as community room replete with multiple TVs and games for everyone to enjoy!

If you would like to read more about this project, please click here. As always, we will keep you posted on the progress of this project and its completion date which is estimated to be in the second quarter of 2023!

Novel Daybreak
Rendering of Novel Daybreak in Salt Lake City, Utah

A Very Golden Hotel

A Very Golden Hotel 2560 1920 Kristy

The Eddy is officially open for business and is ready to welcome you with open arms! Tucked into the foothills, the Eddy delivers breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains and first class, Colorado-style amenities. You can charge your car right in the parking lot, grab some bikes to explore the miles of trails right outside the front doors, and then relax in the Taproom where you can have a pint on the patio. Even though it has only been open for two short weeks, it has already caught the attention of the New York Times (Click here to read about it) and the guests who have already enjoyed a relaxing stay are raving about the timeless design, cozy atmosphere and modern sophistication that this boutique hotel offers.

When you work for developers who are steadfast in their commitment to improve neighborhoods, you are forever grateful. Thank you to Confluence for trusting us to design another project that rings true to their vision, as well as to that of the surrounding community. The Eddy will serve as a Golden ambassador welcoming visitors from near and far to beautiful Colorado.

If you would like to read more about the Eddy in 5280 Magazine, click here.

38th & Blake Project

Breaking Ground in River North

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FoundryLine is on the way to RiNo! The ground breaking will take place later this month and this project promises to bring some of the most luxurious living to Denver. This is a 17-story apartment building which will deliver 348 apartments, 30 of which will be restricted to those earning 80 percent or less than the median Denver income. Residents will not only enjoy exquisitely designed homes, but also amenity spaces which consist of a rooftop pool and fitness center on the 16th floor. The ground floor will activate the street with 14,000 SF of restaurant and retail space. We have loved working not only with all of the fantastic people at McWhinney, but also an incredible project team including: Hansel Phelps (GC), Dig (Landscape) & AvroKO (Interior Design). If you are looking for some more information on this project, click here!

17 Story Mixed Use in RiNo
FoundryLine

NAHB Gold Award Winner!

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We are all smiles over here after Summit Sky Ranch and the Aspen House were given the Gold Award for Best in American Living. It is always such a thrill when we are able to help owners realize their vision for a community that truly embodies the Colorado experience. This project not only was designed for the 240 home owners in the development, but for the town of Silverthorne as well. There are public access trails that connect to national forest, and a 20 acre town park which is always filled with kids sledding in the winter, and Saturday morning soccer games in the spring and fall. The dog park is a destination for locals and travelers who want to enjoy the stunning mountain views while their dogs frolic. The understated architecture blends seamlessly with the environment, with homes nestled into the mountain side. When evening falls, the Aspen house is aglow with warm light, beckoning the residents to gather and enjoy the best of mountain living. If you want to read more about it, click here!

Aspen House
Mountain Living
RiNo Mixed Use

The Edit in Progress

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Spring is about to pop and so is The Edit! Thirteen stories of gorgeous living space will be online this summer, smack dab in the vibrant RiNo neighborhood. The construction team is hard at work finishing up the 10th floor residences and amenity spaces, so they are in the home stretch and on track to deliver this completed project in a few months! We have had such a fantastic time working with Zocalo to design this timeless addition to the Denver skyline.

If you are looking for a new home in Denver click here to learn more about this community which is perfectly poised to appeal to you environmentalists and artists out there! Here are a few quick highlights: The rooftop will be abuzz–literally–with bees and their hives will be professionally managed by The Best Bee Company. While you and your human neighbors will be recycling, light-railing and reducing your carbon footprints, these little black and yellow residents will be happily pollinating Denver’s greenery in the summer months, keeping our eco-system thriving and our farmer’s markets well-stocked with the fruits of their labor. Your impact on the environment will also be lessened because this project is LEED registered and has an ultra-efficient heating and cooling (IPS) system.

The well-being of the residents is just as important as the health of the planet and the Edit delivers! This will be a FitWel® certified community to help everyone breathe easy. Further, there is a two-story, state-of-the-art fitness center that will offer onsite and remote classes. For those who want to get their heart rate up while outdoors, there will be a bike share program and organized hiking trips. Sign me up!

And clearly we would be remiss if we failed to mention the RiNo in the room. The art scene that is the essence of this neighborhood will be marching right through the front doors of The Edit thanks to the connoisseurs from Nine Dot Arts. Their procurement team will be working non-stop to fill the hallways with fresh pieces from our talented local artists. Imagine, sipping that morning cup of joe while gazing at the latest and greatest works from your talented Denver community. Talk about an inspirational morning.

You will be able to see images of this completed project on our website soon, but for now, you can swing past 35th & Walnut and watch the finishing touches happen in real time. Either way, you will find a thoughtful new addition to our town that is here to make all our lives better in so many ways!

The Edit in Progress
OTC Site Plan

Curate in OTC

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We have been hired by Kairoi Residential to plan and design a 328,000 SF multi-family project outside of Denver. With a construction cost of $44MM, this project will deliver 270 new units to Orchard Town Center which is an established mixed-use development with about a million SF of office, retail, and restaurant space organized and designed as a walkable town center. Curate will be a highly amenitized community with a clubhouse and poolside cabana. As is evident from these photos, this project is under construction with completion scheduled for Spring 2021. We will keep you posted as the project progresses. In the meantime, if you are heading North out of Denver, give it a look!

OTC Under Construction
Construction Underway at OTC
Student Housing designed by Craine

University Housing Project-Complete!

University Housing Project-Complete! 2560 1920 Kristy

The newest option for student housing at the Colorado School of Mines is complete! We were honored to be a part of this project, designing exceptional spaces in which these extraordinary students can live, learn, socialize and thrive. This university is renowned for its pursuit of excellence in science and engineering particularly as they relate to solving current energy and environmental challenges. Given this, it makes sense that this residence hall is the School of Mines and the City of Golden’s first LEED Platinum project. This distinction comes from the utilization of energy efficient heating and cooling systems as well as rooftop solar panels.

This project delivers 107 suite-style residential units (249 bedrooms) and 4000 SF of commercial space. Students will be able to take full advantage of a breadth of amenities including a fitness center, numerous indoor community spaces, as well as two outdoor courtyards, laundry facilities and a bike maintenance area.

To the first residents of 1750 Jackson: Welcome to your new home, and thank you in advance to all of you who will make this world a better place!

If you would like to read more about this project, click here.

Student Housing
One of the common areas at 1750 Jackson

Common at Gateway Village

Common Mixed-Use Coming Soon!

Common Mixed-Use Coming Soon! 2560 1440 Kristy

The City of Golden has approved Common, a four story mixed use project developed by Confluence Companies. On this 3.4 acre site, we have designed this 143,541 SF building, replete with co-work, retail and restaurant space on the ground level. This is a unique project that will provide 164 “co-housing” units. Each unit will have a private bathroom and kitchenette, and all residents will have access to full kitchens and common spaces on each floor. The target demographic is the “digital nomad,” a person who wants to live where they work and have easy access to the mountains and exiting commercial amenities already in Gateway Village. A focus for this project was to create design efficiencies which will allow for reduced construction costs, and therefore, lower price points/affordable rents. This $34 million project will break ground this summer, and is estimated to be complete in 2021.

To read more about this project in the Denver Business Journal, click here.

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Common at Gateway Village

Restaurant Space at Common
Common Restaurant Space

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