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Ashley Union Station Multi-Family Housing Unit

Making an impact near Denver’s Union Station

  • 107

    Total Units

  • 75

    Income Restricted Units

  • 130K

    Square Feet

  • Denver, Colorado

    Denver, Colorado

Bringing affordable housing to the Downtown Denver area

Ashley Union Station is the first and only truly mixed-income property in the Union Station development. While Denver Union Station has received national attention as an example of a thriving, transit-oriented community, there were simply no affordable housing options in the neighborhood. Higher rent meant that, in many cases, the people who work in the new restaurants, boutiques, and grocery stores in this highly-desirable area couldn’t afford to live where they worked. 

At least, they couldn’t until recently. 

This four-story, 107-unit apartment complex at 18th Street and Chestnut Place offers income-restricted units just blocks from Union Station. The $30 million development has 75 units available to households with incomes below the area median income (AMI) while the remainder of the units are rented at market rate.

Our team provided architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and lighting design on the project. We worked together to deliver a design that promotes equity, supports mobility, and fosters stronger community connections. Something any resident would be proud to live in, regardless of income.

In recognition of these efforts and for adding to the fabric of Denver, Ashley Union Station was awarded the 2017 Mayor’s Design Award in the Density by Design category and was one of the 2018 Downtown Denver Partnership’s Downtown Award recipients.

At a Glance

  • Integral Development
Downtown Denver Partnership Downtown Denver Award 2018
2017 Mayor’s Design Awards for Density by Design
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Meet Our Team

David Carnicelli, Principal, Buildings

Architecture is as much about the experience of being in a place as it is about how a building looks. How we occupy a place makes it live.

John Yonushewski, Senior Principal, Operations Leader, Buildings

I believe in maintaining a work hard/play hard culture that is fun and professionally rewarding for staff.
John Yonushewski Senior Principal, Operations Leader, Buildings Read More

David Carnicelli

Principal, Buildings

John Yonushewski

Senior Principal, Operations Leader, Buildings

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