Top Multifamily Architects in Denver

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Who are some of the top Multifamily architects in Denver?

In the 2010s, Denver added approximately 127,000 people to its population.

The attractiveness of the city means that architects who specialize in multifamily construction will be licking their chops for years to come. 

Even if there’s a decline through the 2020s, it seems likely that Denver will continue to add around 10,00 people each year. 

There are many nationwide developers who have latched on to the Mile-High City as a place to do business, but we’d like to highlight some of the local architects. 

Around for decades and rooted in Denver, these architects are constantly designing quality living spaces that new residents flock to.

The first architect that we’re going to be looking at is a Denver-based, award winning firm that was established in 2002.  

Shears Adkins Rockmore Architects

According to BuildCentral’s research, there are a combination of 2,342 units in either planning or construction.

 If we listed all of their projects, there wouldn’t be room to look at anybody else. Here are three notable projects:

Kenect Denver


Expected to start sometime in Spring 2020 and ending in spring 2022 


34 stories 

Ground-floor retail space 

Parking structure with 278 spaces 

441 apartments 

Broadstone Uptown 


Foundation work is underway and structural framing should be completed in late summer 2020. 


Eight stories with 107 luxury apartments 

112 underground parking spaces 

Fitness Center 

Rooftop deck and spa courtyard 

Castle Broadstone  


Planning, and an early-stage development proposal is under review 


Two 13-story buildings 

One with ground-floor retail and market-rate units above 

One with underground parking and senior units above 


Davis Partnership

According to BuildCentral’s research, there are a combination of 2,277 units in either planning or construction. 

Davis Partnership has been under many names since 1892 and has worked on countless projects types.

Here’s three current multifamily developments:

Modera Golden Triangle 


Planning, and the developer is under contract to purchase the property 


16-story mixed-use building 

8,300 square feet of retail space on the ground floor 

538 garage parking spaces 

420 apartments 


Novel RiNo 


A building permit is under review and work should be starting in spring 2020 


One 12-story building and one five-story building 

11,134 square feet of ground level retail 

Community amphitheater 

415 stalls of underground parking 

7,800 square feet of amenity space with a pool and spa 

483 apartments 


Evans West 


Planning, and the developer has just closed on the property 


19 stories and 715,000 square feet 

Ground floor retail  

582 underground parking spaces 

Outdoor pool and rooftop deck 

479 apartments 


OZ Architecture

According to BuildCentral’s research, there are a combination of 1,977 units in either planning or construction.

OZ Architecture has been around since 1964 and even works on projects in Africa and Antarctica.

Let’s look at three multifamily projects from their home city: 

Art District Lofts 


Planning, and the developer is under contract to purchase the property 


Eight stories 

3,700 square feet of ground-floor retail space 

124 apartments with a mixture of one and two-bedrooms 

 26th and Alcott Mixed-Use 


Planning, and the developer is securing financing 


15 story tower 

411 condominiums and 119 apartments 

Hotel with 93 rooms 


Evolve Towers 


Planning, and a site development plan has been filed with the city 


Two residential towers atop a five-story podium 

Ground floor retail space 

Four stories of parking 

314 condominiums 


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Studio PBA

According to BuildCentral’s research, there are a combination of 1,845 units in either planning or construction.

Studio PBA specializes in all types of multifamily construction and is constantly building projects in Denver.

Here’s three:

X Denver 3 



A building permit is under review with the city and work will likely start in spring 2020. 


22 stories and 422,167 square feet 

6,193 square feet of retail space 

20,411 square feet of co-working space 

410 units.  

2600 Lawrence Mixed-Use 


Construction just started and should be completed in late 2021 


Three-story building 

250 spaces in a parking garage 

1,123 square feet of restaurant space 

Amenity area 

246 apartments 


1614 Lafayette Condominiums 


Planning, and conceptual documents are under review with city staff 


Five-story mixed-use building 

4,700 square feet of ground-floor retail space 

47 condominiums 


We’re positive that these top multifamily architects will have more units in their pipelines and Denver will continue to grow quickly.

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Andy Jerrick
Andy has been a part of BuildCentral since 2014 and is currently supervising the MultiFamily research team. He has his Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communications from Olivet Nazarene University and can be found disc golfing when not engrossed in construction.
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