Milender White joined Apartment Investment and Management Company (Aimco), Boulder Chamber of Commerce President/CEO John Tayer, Boulder City representatives and project partners today to break ground on the construction of Parc Mosaic, a future apartment home community at 1550 Eisenhower Boulevard. Slated for completion in mid-2019, the new 226-unit community will provide much needed housing while offering a living experience connected to nature that also incorporates the latest in sustainable design features.
“Aimco is excited to create a new apartment community for Boulder that will be transformational for the neighborhood. Its ideal location just across the street from major employers, close to public transportation options and the Boulder turnpike, and within one-half mile of 12 designated bike trails makes this an irreplaceable site,” said Patti Fielding, President of Aimco Investment Partners. “We appreciate the excellent working relationships we have had with Boulder city officials, planning board and community members, all who contributed to the design of Parc Mosaic. We look forward to offering residents an exceptional, “park like” living experience in a new community that shares Boulder’s respect for environmental sustainability.”
Located on the former Eastpointe Apartment Homes site, Parc Mosaic is designed to meet LEED certification standards through integration of sustainable practices: incorporating drought-resistant landscaping to conserve water, minimizing the carbon footprint during construction by diverting 65 percent of waste, and reducing the heat island effect by 90 percent by preserving trees and placing parking underground.
“We have been working with Aimco and Tryba Architects in the preconstruction phase for more than 18 months,” said Adam Mack, Construction Executive for Milender White. “It’s great to see the team mobilized. Multifamily is what we do, and we love working in Boulder. so Parc Mosaic is the perfect project for our team.”
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