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New 281-Unit Res Community in Lakewood, CO is Finished


Traverse Apartments, a 281-unit, Class A apartment community in Lakewood, CO, has opened its doors to the public. Located between downtown Denver and the Rockies, an area experiencing a housing shortage, Traverse Apartments is designed to provide much-needed apartment homes for multigenerational residents in a transitional area adjacent to the Sheridan Station transit stop.

Units at Traverse Apartments range from 391 sf to 1.2k sf with studio, one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Amenities include a rooftop patio with sweeping views of both the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver, a swimming pool and hot tub, courtyard lounges, pet spa, coworking area, yoga room and impressive fitness center.

Designed by KTGY, Traverse Apartments combines the conveniences of urban dwelling and the local landscape, the old with the new and the modern with the traditional. The community offers direct access to the Sheridan Station RTD light rail station as well as the Lakewood Dry Gulch trail, which connects to the larger Denver trail system and is available to pedestrians and bicyclists. The property also features a bike maintenance amenity and 361 parking spaces to accommodate various recreational and commuting preferences, along with the ability for future retail conversion along the light rail path.

Drawing inspiration from its surroundings, Traverse Apartments references the design of nearby 1950s and 1960s-style single-family homes as well as newly developed townhomes to blend a modern design with traditional features. Aluminum elements flow through the façade, while muted brick tones are highlighted with splashes of color to seamlessly weave the new with the old in an eye-catching design.

Beyond the challenges of melding modern and traditional designs, a steep property grade
led to the development of a seven-story parking garage, largely out of sight yet still easily accessible to residents. Designed to maximize unit and community spaces while providing ample parking, the parking garage is built into the property grade to maintain the exterior façade and optimize community views.

The project incorporates a public plaza, a gift to the community, to be used as an events space to further connect the existing community to the building. The ground floor also features flexible space that can later be converted into small retail shops along the path to the light rail station.

The project’s ownership group includes Trailbreak Partners; T.O.D. Properties and Highland Development.

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