Neighborhood: Highland – LoHi
Location: 29th Street and Tejon
Situated on a hill with views of both the mountains and the downtown skyline, Highland Terrace Lofts is a residential condominium project located in the LoHi neighborhood. Highland Terrace Lofts was completed before this neighborhood was “discovered” and was the catalyst for important investment in higher density housing in the areas. The site still serves as an important anchor for the LoHi neighborhood, which is now home to bustling restaurants, parks, coffee shops, and the Highland Pedestrian Bridge that connects LoHi to downtown.
Project Type: Four story building over structure underground parking.
Project Size: 56,952 square feet
Number of Residential Units: 56 Condominium units
Unit Types: 1 and 2 bedrooms
Completion Date: 2001
Market Status: Closed
Architect: Van Meter Williams Pollack
Contractor: Hensel Phelps Construction Company
Unique Characteristics: Highland Terrace Lofts was completed before Denver’s north side was transformed into the fashionable and hip LoHi district, helping spur additional development in the neighborhood. Although it was completed prior to the LEED certification program, the project was ahead of its time and employed environmentally responsible and sustainable building practices.