Centric LoHi opens this fall


Centric LoHi name of new apartment community.

Centric LoHi is on former Mile High United Way HQ site.

The community opens this fall.

Centric LoHi

A rendering of Centric LoHi, which opens this fall.

Centric LoHi is the name of the 302-unit apartment community under construction in LoHi, the developer, Southern Land Co. announced today.

Centric LoHi, which will have 9,300 square feet of the ground floor of the 5-story community that is under construction at 18th and Central streets, overlooking downtown.

Restaurants in the community will include the Rusty Bucket and the Bindery.

The two-building community is scheduled to open in the fall. Units will range in size from 496 square feet to 1,312 square feet. The parking will be below grade.

Southern Land bought the site from Mile High United Way, which had its headquarters on the parcel for decades. Mile High United Way has since built a new headquarters at the edge of downtown.

Centric LoHi, designed by EV Studios, will include rooftop deck, courtyard areas with outdoor furniture and fire pits, a game room, a wine lounge and daily events.

Centric LoHi

A rendering of what Centric LoHi will look like at dusk.

Amenities will include a heated saltwater swimming pool, a 24-hour fitness center and on-site dog services such as dog washing and dog grooming areas.

The project also will provide covered bicycle storage, ski storage, and underground parking for its residents.

“Centric LoHi will be the epicenter of Denver’s desirable Lower Highland neighborhood, and its name reflects that distinction,” said Cindy DeFrancesco, a senior vice president of Multifamily Operations at Southern Land.

“This ideal location will enable residents to walk or bike to restaurants, bars, events and nearby farmers’ markets. Centric LoHi residents will be able to embrace the culture of Lower Highland while living in a best-in-class community that will become a destination in its own right,” she added.

Centric LoHi

A heated, salt water swimming pool will be an amenity at Centric LoHi.

Centric LoHi’s temporary leasing office just opened at 1671 Central St., down the street from the community.

Southern Land has hired multifamily property manager Mathew Stewart to manage the Centric LoHi community. Before joining Southern Land, Stewart managed a mid-rise building in downtown Dallas.

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