DENVER, COLO. — April 26, 2017 — McWhinney, a Colorado-based real estate investor and developer with expertise in mixed-use, commercial, multi-family and hospitality assets – is pleased to announce it has broken ground on two new multi-family projects in downtown Denver: RiDE at RiNo and Sova.
Located at the corner of 36th and Wynkoop in Denver’s booming RiNo district, RiDE at RiNo will feature 84 micro-loft apartment homes with high-end interior finishes. Project amenities include EV charging stations, roof top deck, a 5th floor clubhouse and on-site management. .
RiDE at RiNo has also contracted with Car 2 Go, who will maintain two vehicles on site. An additional partnership with the neighboring Helicon Gallery will offer a rotating art display throughout the property.
McWhinney has also begun construction at Sova, which will offer 211 luxury apartment homes in Denver’s centrally located Uptown neighborhood at the corner of 19th Avenue and Grant Street. The majority of Sova’s mountain modern units will be studios and one-bedrooms, with a sprinkling of two-bedrooms and a row of street-level townhome-style units. Class A amenities planned for the 12-story building will include a rooftop deck and spa, a golf simulator, bike and ski repair shop, dog wash, EV car charging stations and a fourth-floor deck and fitness center.
McWhinney currently has two other multi-family projects under development: Pinyon Pointe, a 166-apartment project in Loveland and Cycle Apartments in Fort Collins. Cycle will offer 405 apartment homes located adjacent to The Foothills Mall and near the MAX line. Cycle will feature a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom layouts with quality finishes and unique amenities including a golf simulator, a 24-hour fitness facility, co-working spaces, bike and ski repair, a dog spa and bark park and co-working spaces. Pinyon Point will offer residents a clubhouse, outdoor pool, a fitness center, a tot lot and a dog park.Back to News