The first steps are underway to transform a once vibrant, but now stagnant, CU hospital complex into a newly remodeled, renovated and redeveloped upscale, urban community.
The University of Colorado complex at 9th and Colorado has been a landmark in the Denver community since it opened its doors to advancing medicine and caring for patients in 1965. Since closing its doors more than six years ago, the medical campus that was once full of daily hustle and bustle has since turned into a large, vacant and stagnant 28 acre property.
The Stage is Set to Move Forward
After much community, developer and real estate discussions over the past few years, the old CU hospital complex will be moving forward to a new stage of growth and redevelopment with plans for new retail and real estate projects to transform the area into a newly vibrant, urban establishment.
A recent article in the Denver Post reported that plans will finally be underway this month to redevelop the old CU hospital complex at 9th and Colorado with the first round of demolition scheduled to start on March 15. The proposed plan for this mixed-use residential, commercial and retail development will include:
- A full-service, urban format King Soopers grocery store.
- A senior living housing facility.
- A hotel and retail stores.
- An upscale apartment building.
New Construction in Denver to Start Late Summer
The construction of the upscale, urban living Broadstone at 9th Apartments building is projected to start in late summer around August 1. This four-story luxury apartment building will include 324 units that will be designed for city dwellers who enjoy the culture and amenities of Downtown Denver living.
To read more about the latest proposed retail, commercial and residential developments at 9th and Colorado, visit Denver Post article on the 9th and Colorado project here.
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