Just last Monday we noted that the new 7-floor retail-residential complex at the corner of Avenue A and 14th Street was looking ready to rise...
And rise it has. Or risen. Look, a floor...
Still no above-ground sign of Extell Development's new building mate at 524 E. 14th St., where the foundation work is ongoing.
Anyway, in no time at all, No. 500 might just look like this conceptual rendering...
To this point, we haven't heard just yet if these homes will be rentals or condos.
New York Yimby did a little math on the building the other day... they noted that given the overall square footage, "the apartments above should average 1,215 square feet apiece, which suggests condominiums are in the works."
Hey look everyone it's downtown Denver.
I've never been to downtown Denver but if it looks like that.... I won't be going anytime soon. Should we start a pool for how many think a Trader Joe's will open here?
Anonymous 9:27, from your keyboard to god's ear!
They can not be condo's the builder doesn't own the underlying land .. Extell leased the land for 99 years
So if these are not rentals then they would be Co-ops. But they would be a weird co-op they would not appreciate like a typical real estate because they could only be occupied for 99 years..
There are no words for how much this hurts my heart.
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