Revesco Properties/Alpine Investments (RPAI), Pinkard Construction, and OZ Architecture celebrated the groundbreaking for a 12-story, multifamily project, akin Golden Triangle, on March 14th. Construction commenced in early February and is expected to continue into Q4 of 2024. The luxury-boutique building will contain 98 units of multifamily and amenities.
“The Revesco and Alpine teams, along with our design and construction partners, have worked diligently over the past year and a half to get this project entitled and financed in a challenging environment, "said Churchill Bunn, Managing Partner of Alpine Investments. “We are excited to see akin Golden Triangle go vertical in the coming months and look forward to delivering a first-class project to one of Denver’s most exciting urban neighborhoods.”
Positioned along Bannock Street, akin Golden Triangle is one of four of RPAI’s upcoming projects that will operate under the umbrella of one brand known as “akin”. RPAI is developing the brand to appeal to a sophisticated, discerning, urban-minded resident while elevating each local neighborhood by creating an elegant and timeless living experience. While exterior and interior aesthetics and amenities will vary per location, each will draw upon the same brand foundation: a distinctly urban recipe of design, wellness, culture, service, and connection to the neighborhood.
Tony Burke, President of Pinkard Construction, says the project is a natural fit for Pinkard’s teams who have extensive experience building almost 200 multifamily projects across the Colorado front range. Burke says he is excited to partner with OZ on another urban Multifamily project.
“It’s exciting to see the long-term vision of the development team come to life as we break ground on this unique project,” said Burke. “We’re thrilled to partner with Revesco Properties, Alpine Investments, and OZ Architecture to create a vibrant, urban living experience in the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood.”
"We’ve approached the design of akin Golden Triangle with a deep respect for context, materials, and the inspiring aspirations of our client. The impact of its architecture lies not only in its aesthetic appeal but in its ability to shape its immediate environment and elevate the collective urban experience of Denver,” said Nate Jenkins, Principal with OZ Architecture. “This project is the result of the incredible teamwork of OZ, Revesco, Alpine, and Pinkard. It will leave a lasting impression, enrich the lives of its occupants, and adds to the vibrancy found in the Golden Triangle Arts District."