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Swinerton Builders Colorado: February 22, 2017
Broe Real Estate Announces Topping Out of Country Club Towers II and III
Denver’s newest landmark luxury apartment buildings, the twin 32-story Country Club Towers II and III, developed by Broe Real Estate Group, an affiliate of The Broe Group, has reached its final height of 328 feet.
Construction of the buildings, which are located in the West Wash Park neighborhood near the intersection of South Downing Street and East Bayaud Street, started in May of 2015 and the first units will be available to renters in August of this year.
“The development of Country Club Towers II and III has been a model for teamwork and creative solutions between the owner, architect and the general contractor. We are proud to have achieved this milestone so quickly and are looking forward to delivering a best-in-class new residential community for Denver,” said Doug Wells, CEO of Broe Real Estate Group.
Country Club Towers II and III offers 558 sustainable, luxury, high-rise apartments and 985 structured parking spaces. Each apartment has floor-to-ceiling, energy-efficient windows, granite surfaces, stainless steel appliances and washers/dryers. Amenities include a lap pool with 20,000-square-foot deck, 4,000 square foot fitness center along with yoga and massage rooms, dog spa, bike repair station, two common kitchen areas and related amenity spaces. In addition, several acres of the development have been left in a park-like open space condition to ensure the property retains its existing character.
The architect for Country Club Towers II and III is Solomon Cordwell Buenz of Chicago, the Colorado office of Swinerton Builders is the general contractor and the major subcontractors include RK Mechanical, Weifield Group, S.A. Miro, Kimley Horn and StudioInsite.
“The logistics of this site has required some creative approaches to the work and moving of people and equipment on and off the property,” said Tim Kretzschmar, Swinerton’s Colorado Division Manager. “After we top out the structures, our focus moves to finishing the interiors as we complete the apartments and amenity areas, as well as install exterior landscaping.”
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