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Six New Buildings to Watch for in 2018

Category: New & Noteworthy

Published: January 23, 2018

The most walkable district in Denver has even more reasons to visit as six major building projects in Cherry Creek North are projected for completion in 2018.

Six of seven major building projects in Cherry Creek North are projected for completion this year. With a walk score of 95, the most walkable district in Denver has even more reasons to visit as construction activity wraps up and new retail, restaurants, office and residences begin to open their doors.
"In 2017, two of the major building projects in Cherry Creek North were completed and in 2018, six more are projected to be done,” said Julie Underdahl, president & CEO of the Cherry Creek North BID. “It's exciting to see these state-of-the-art projects finish! Cherry Creek North is one of the premier shopping, dining, and lifestyle destinations in the country and the new buildings bring retail and dining along with additional parking which gives even more reasons to visit."  
In 2017, two major building projects were completed and MOXY Denver Cherry Creek (240 Josephine St.) and the newly redeveloped Cherry Creek Square (3000 E. 3rd Ave.) were welcomed to the District. 
When completed, a variety of uses will be added to Cherry Creek North including new retail, additional parking, hotel rooms, offices and residential units. 
Slated for completion this year are: 

  • March 2018 – Civica Cherry Creek (250 Fillmore St.): 110,000 SF office space and 11,500 SF retail; tenants announced to date: 801 Fish
  • May 2018 – St. Paul Collection No. 210 (210 St. Paul): 81 Residences and 10,500 SF retail; tenants announced to date: CB2
  • Second Quarter 2018 –The Jacquard Hotel & Rooftop (222 Milwaukee St.): 201 hotel rooms and 6,900 SF meeting space
  • August 2018 – ANB Bank Redevelopment (3033 1st Ave.): Major 25,000 SF retail and 8 story office building renovation
  • October 2018 – Laurel (155 Steele St.): 71 Residences and 3,787 SF retail
  • October 2018 – St. Paul Collection No. 255 (255 St. Paul St.): 84 residences and 10,500 SF retail

The seventh project currently under construction at 2nd Ave. and Detroit St. is estimated for completion in January 2019.
“The approval of the Cherry Creek Area Plan and new zoning allowed Cherry Creek North to develop into one of the most desirable mixed-use, walkable urban areas in the city,” said Underdahl. “We’re thrilled to see Cherry Creek North continue to evolve into a vibrant district that continues to be a top destination to visit, work, live and stay in Denver.”

With the highest walk score in the city, visitors need only park once and walk to their favorite destination.  Did you know? Get $5 garage parking in CCN after 5:00pm and on the weekends.  Click here for all parking opportunities.   

About the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District (BID)
The Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District (BID) is a public organization primarily funded by private commercial tax payers. The BID’s mission is to actively plan, manage and promote Cherry Creek North as a premier destination for shopping, dining, living, working and visiting.
The BID was established in 1989 as the first business improvement district in the state of Colorado. The BID’s boundaries extend 16 blocks, from 1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue, and from University to Steele Street. The BID ensures that Cherry Creek North is a premier destination through day-to-day maintenance and operations, annual local and tourism marketing, and advertising, constituent outreach, signature events including holidays, and other initiatives.