ULI Colorado Virtual Tour : EDIT at River North


2021-04-08T12:00:00 - 2021-04-08T13:00:00

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    High density, low parking in RiNo: Join ULI Colorado for a virtual tour of Zocalo’s new EDIT project

    Developed by Zocalo with Brue Baukol Capital Partners and Principal Real Estate Investors, EDIT is one of the first projects to take advantage of Denver’s pilot height and density bonus program for providing affordable housing near the 38th and Blake RTD A-line station.

    Don’t miss this exclusive tour of the new 14-story multifamily mixed-use development located at 35th and Walnut in RiNo. Edit features ultra-energy efficiency, an art collection selected by NineDot Arts, rooftop beehives to help the bee population and produce honey for the residents, and a rooftop dog park.

    Edit is designed for those who wish to live lightly. The project density touches 400 units to the acre but Edit includes only .63 parking spaces per unit, which contributes to lower construction costs and higher affordability.

    Itching to get out in person? There will also be opportunity at 4:00pm later in the day to participate in a hard hat (limited attendance) in person tour of the building.



    Dan Craine

    Craine Architecture

    DAN CRAINE, AIA NCARB Principal Architect & Owner Craine Architecture, Inc. As the founder of Craine Architecture, Dan brings over twenty years of architectural experience. A New York native, Dan graduated from Colgate University and then later attended courses at Harvard University Graduate School of Design before coming to Denver for his graduate studies. Upon completion of his MARCH at the University of Colorado, Dan worked for a prominent Denver architect before starting his own practice in 2000. Dan prides himself on stepping outside of the typical architectural role, blending practicality and beauty while being cognizant of the financial considerations of each project. Dan retains clients because of his team approach to project design and his ability to synthesize client feedback into a final project that offers a superior design aesthetic. Dan’s designs have been featured in numerous publications and can be enjoyed throughout the country, from the seaside setting of in Mystic, Connecticut to the mountains of Colorado. He is a strong believer in contextual design.