Energizing an Important Westminster Intersection.

The proposed plan for this 245-unit multifamily development at the southeast corner of Sheridan Boulevard and West 112th Avenue is consistent with the City’s vision of becoming an Urban Center in metro Denver. This project will benefit the City of Westminster by adding residents to an important intersection and encouraging the redevelopment of nearby vacant commercial property and shopping centers.

Situated on a 16.5 acre-site, the site is ideally suited for this development because of its excellent access to mass transit, connections to sidewalks and the Big Dry Creek Trail System that encourage walking and biking to and from the community, as well as access to the shopping corridor at 120th and the Church Ranch Activity Center.

By energizing the important intersection at 112th and Sheridan, the development supports nearby businesses while maximizing the amount of open space and parks. By bringing activity to the corner, new residents will help support the existing and new retailers.

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Conceptual Site PlanBird’s Eye View Illustration

The Site

  • The 16.5 acre site, located at Sheridan Boulevard and 112th Avenue, is currently vacant land zoned for 3-story commercial/retail uses.
  • Landscaping will be used throughout the site and is expected to include a pedestrian friendly streetscape along Sheridan Boulevard and 112th Avenue. The corner will be the focal point including a plaza, gathering area and public art.
  • Internal open space and trails provide pedestrian connections to the clubhouse, adjacent parks, streets and area amenities.
  • Property is within walking distance of mixed retail and community activity centers.

The Project

The proposed 245-unit multi-family project will be located on 9.5 acres of the 16.5 acre site. It includes a two-story clubhouse, designed with connections to sidewalks and the Big Dry Creek Trail System that encourage walking and biking to and from the community. The remaining 7 acres is proposed to be used as an open space buffer between the project and Big Dry Creek Trail System.

  • Residences will be in four, four – story buildings. Elevators will be located inside each building, providing safe accessibility to all floors for residents.
  • More studio and one bedroom apartments offer quality, attainable, housing opportunities for individuals who work in our community and also want to live here and enjoy our outdoor amenities.
  • Units will be attractive and built using high quality materials such as brick and stone.
  • The proposed plan includes approximately 440 parking spaces with attached garages. Surface parking will be internalized to the site minimizing the views of parking areas from adjacent properties.
  • The design utilizes internal pathways and connections to encourage multi-modal transportation options within the community.
  • A smaller footprint allows for a buffer between the project and Big Dry Creek open space corridor.