The Lighthouse Lofts condo project going up in Denver’s Lower Highland neighborhood has rebranded to Espadín — a Spanish word meaning “ceremonial sword.”
While Urban Green Development opted to drop the “Lighthouse” branding from the 46-unit building that’s under construction at 29th and Zuni streets, everything else about the building — including its LEED certification — remains the same.
The development is all about sustainability, implementing above-code insulation, solar power and ultra-high quality windows. Units are slated to officially hit the market this week, with a delivery expected this summer.
To date, about 50% of the units are under contract, according to MileHiModern, the listing brokerage firm for the project. Condos start around $400,000.
Espadín is one of three condo developments currently under construction in LoHi — a neighborhood that’s realizing the positive effects of 2017 construction defect legislation that gave developers more confidence to pursue condominiums in Denver.
The Edge LoHi, 1735 Central St., features 44 units and 4,100 square feet of retail. Less than 30% of the units remain available. Edge features the most expensive of the three developments, with its penthouses topping out at $2 million.
Availability is even tighter at the Ivy Residences, 1908 W. 33rd Ave., where only four of the 26 units remain on the market.
If you’re interested in calling LoHi home, reach out to one of Denver’s condo experts today.