New thinking is influencing low-density living at FalconView, a Northern Colorado Springs apartment community with initial occupancy slated for May 2019. Located at I-25 and Interquest Parkway, FalconView will incorporate a garden-style concept and just 15.1 dwelling units per acre to create a sense of community. Designed to meet the growing demand for upscale apartments among young professionals working along the I-25 corridor, FalconView will take advantage of the amenity-rich dining, shopping, and entertainment district that has sprung up on the city’s outer edge. 16 buildings will spread across the 19-acre site in low-rise structures connected by garden paths with casual gathering spots. FalconView will boast an open park and play spaces showcasing views of Pikes Peak and the United State Air Force Academy to the west. Key on-site amenities include a clubhouse with a pool and fitness center, yoga studio, dog wash, and outdoor gear repair shop. 288 units will be available from one to three bedrooms, ranging from 701- to 1,843-SF. Nine-foot ceilings, high-end appliances, walk-in closets, and either balcony or patios in every unit elevate the rental experience.
The project is being developed by Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners with design services led by OZ Architecture. Construction is being managed by Martines Palmeiro Construction, who broke ground in April 2018.