Blake Street Apartments are a 15-story, 94-unit income-restricted apartment complex with garage parking, laundry facilities, an exercise room, as well as a community room. The building features apartments ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, many of which afford impressive Rocky Mountain views to the west. Located in the North Ballpark neighborhood, Blake Street Apartments also include 2,300 sf of office and structured parking. Tenants enjoy exposed contemporary structure and ductwork, with loft-style interiors. Unique to this project is the opportunity for lower income individuals to experience a downtown city lifestyle.
This multi-family urban infill project is located in the Northwest area of Denver at the corner of 28th and Clay Street in a quickly revitalizing neighborhood. Comprised of 55 affordable for-rent units, with one and two bedroom options, the wood frame housing is situated over a concrete podium of structured parking.
This project, through the Denver Housing Authority, consists of 91 affordable units on roughly two city blocks. Each unit was designed to present an individual identity, through the use of varying roof forms and fa?ades, while respecting the neighborhood vernacular and scale. The project included twenty-two "for sale" units and 69 "for rent" units ranging in size from 995 sf to 1,325 sf. Significant components include the large number of affordable units, open space and parks, a community garden, and a community building.
OZ provided the master planning and design for five separate three- and four-level employee housing buildings for Keystone Ski Resort. Located near River Run Village, each building includes 42 two-and three- bedroom units. A central courtyard with a volleyball court, on-site parking lots and a laundry facility are provided for the residents.
Located at Denver’s central hub intersection of Lincoln and Speer, Lincoln Terrace is an exciting affordable residential mid-rise and retail project. OZ design this 150,000 sf urban infill project, which includes a U-shaped upper floor plan, providing a secured rooftop terrace on the fourth floor for residents to enjoy the Colorado climate. This project is within walking distance to movie theatres, the Cherry Creek bike trail, restaurants and galleries of the well-known Santa Fe Art District.
Located in the Alvarado Transit Center, this affordable housing project was designed for internationally renowned developer Jonathan Rose and his Albuquerque company Romero Rose LLC. The project encompasses a full city block with a U-shaped building that faces a courtyard and is adjacent to a 2-level parking structure. The four-story building will feature 110 units with one or two bedroom floor plans, a community room and exercise room.
OZ Architecture designed this modern New Mexico style building to fit into its surrounding neighborhood. The design’s team goal was to create a sustainable complex with high quality living quarters for its occupants and a low impact on the environment. The design therefore features two energy generating windmills and several rain water storage tank.
This project, a part of the mixed-use redevelopment of the Benjamin Moore block in lower downtown Denver, consists of 21 affordable housing units located at the corner of 26th and Larimer Street.
The four-story, 26,000 square-foot building sits above 11,500 square feet of underground parking. Units in the building are 2 and 3 bedrooms, ranging in size from 950 to 1,100 square feet. Amenities include a meeting room, play area, tenant storage, balconies, and covered parking.