July 20, 2021, Denver, Colorado
Yesterday, Denverites in the RiNo Arts District can celebrate a beautiful new living community on the horizon. Milender White (MW), in partnership with Crescent Communities (CC), celebrated the groundbreaking of Denver River North’s newest unique mixed-use development, NOVEL RiNo. Design team members from Davis Partnership Architects also joined in the celebration of the 483-unit, luxury apartment complex in two buildings with ground-floor retail along Walnut Street. Located at 1300 40th Street, NOVEL RiNo will also feature an indoor amenity space on the 6th floor that connects to a landscaped roof deck with a pool and spa.
“It has truly been a pleasure to collaborate with the teams at Crescent Communities and Davis Partnership to realize the goals of a project that will set the standard of creative living in the RiNo community,” said Darren Hinton, Construction Executive and Senior Vice President.
“Building great cities does not come by accident. It comes by incredible planning, hard work, and executing on developments like this. NOVEL RiNo is a project that truly activates a community,” said Albus Brooks, Vice President of Business Development & Public Affairs
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Crescent Communities is a nationally recognized, market-leading real estate investor, developer and operator of mixed-use communities. They create high-quality, differentiated residential and commercial communities in many of the fast-growing markets in the US.
Davis Partnership Architects is one of the top influential design firms in the nation for architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, lighting design and signage design. For over 51 years, they have collaborated with urban and rural communities in healthcare, higher education, commercial and mixed-use design.Back to News