Denver, Colo. — Developers Tom and Brooke Gordon have chosen OZ Architecture to design DriveTrain, a mixed-use development to be built in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood.
The development is projected to cost between $75 and $90 million, according to reports by the Denver Business Journal. The project will include pedestrian friendly, interconnected residential, retail, restaurants, incubator space for local chefs and artists, underground parking and a 120-room boutique hotel.
The property’s residential component will include condominiums ranging from penthouses, to micro-units and affordable housing. Groundbreaking is expected to take place in early 2017, with completion scheduled for late 2018.