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4995 Washington St.
Denver, CO

Type: Education, New Type, Preconstruction, Retail

Owner: Globeville Redevelopment

Architect: EJ Architecture

190 new affordable homes, a new library, a new grocery store … these are the elements of the future mass-timber building slated for 4995 Washington Street. Milender White and Gilmore Construction have teamed up as a joint venture entity with Globeville Redevelopment LLC, EJ Architecture, and John Ronan Architects to create this mixed-use affordable community serving the vision for the Globeville Redevelopment in Denver.

This 250,000 s.f., 6-story building with 190 multifamily residential units ranging from 1-4 bedrooms will house a new Denver Public Library branch, a 10,000 s.f. early childhood education center, and a 10,000 s.f. grocery. At least 170 surface parking spaces will be adjacent to the structure. The Type IV cross-laminated timber construction will stack sections of kiln-dried timber to form slab timber sections. This building method, first seen in Europe and subsequently in the Pacific Northwest, meets fire safety codes and performs well against both fires and earthquakes, and allows for prefabrication with all of its construction advantages.

All teams are excited to continue to innovate and strategize for the opportunity to make a positive and lasting impact in Globeville through this project with neighborhood input. What was once a used car lot will soon become new housing and community resources that will directly benefit neighborhood residents.

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