Adaptive Reuse Project Breaks Ground in River North Art District

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Project team members recently celebrated the groundbreaking of one of Denver’s newest adaptive reuse projects, LOT Twenty Eight. This redevelopment of a historic manufacturing plant is being developed by FORMATIV. Brinkman Construction is the general contractor on the project and OZ Architecture is the architect.

Located at the corner of 28th Street and Blake Street, the project features 45,000 square feet of unique mixed-use programming with space earmarked for food and beverage concepts, retail/maker space, creative office space and an event venue. The crown jewel of the project is the sweeping, 20,000 square-foot urban patio.

Compared to traditional brick-and-mortar construction, adaptive reuse developments often cut down on construction time and reduces material, labor costs and waste.

Work is in progress at LOT Twenty Eight. For leasing inquiries, please reach out to FORMATIV at:
willy@formativco.com