Multifamily

REgeneration Development and Gemini Beer Company Partner to Bring a New Taproom/Restaurant to Westminster Station’s First Mixed-Use Building

by Dean Dalvit April 10, 2017

The City of Westminster is excited to announce that local brewer Gemini Beer Company has executed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with developer Westminster Station REgeneration LLC to bring a new taproom/restaurant to Westminster Station’s first mixed-use building, designed by EVstudio. Chris Dutton, Owner of Gemini Beer Company has previous experience operating other brewpubs in the Denver […]

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Mixed Use Developments in Texas

by EVstudio AEP January 20, 2017
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Mixed use buildings are ones that usually house commercial spaces on the first floor (the public zone), and residential above. This formula has always been normal practice for urban spaces throughout history. Traditionally business owners would run their businesses and live above them. This idea […]

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3 Story vs. 4 Story vs. 5 Story Apartments

by Bill Foster December 14, 2016
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We recently did a search for a good synopsis of the basic differences in costs and requirements for different heights/stories of apartment buildings. Finding none we decided it was time to fix that. 3 stories Type VB construction does not require rating of the structural […]

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EVstudio Selected to Provide A/E services for Westminster TOD Multi-Family project

by Dean Dalvit December 14, 2016
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Great news! the City of Westminster has partnered with the REgeneration Development team, including EVstudio Architecture and Engineering, to deliver two mixed-use, multi-family, TOD buildings to the Westminster Station Area. We’re grateful for the opportunity to work in this diverse and revitalizing neighborhood just an 11 minute train […]

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Construction Cost Per Square Foot for Multifamily Housing Based on Construction Type

by Dean Dalvit June 28, 2016
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I recently was working with the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless in Denver to provide  objective third party opinion of estimated construction costs for an affordable housing project in Denver. We have had the pleasure to work on both market rate as well as affordable […]

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Mount Air Townhomes Steel in Place

by EVstudio AEP June 10, 2016
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The Mount Air Town Homes are quickly going up along 10th Avenue just west of Wadsworth Boulevard. These 6 town homes are divided into two buildings of three units. Since the lot is long and narrow we kept the main floor efficient. It only consists […]

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Ovation Construction Time Machine

by Matt Svoboda June 3, 2016
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Over the course of nearly three years I have been taking pictures from the same places around the job site at our Ovation multi-family project in Lone Tree, CO and with completion right around the corner I thought it would be fun to put a […]

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Development Basics: Design Matters

by Dean Dalvit May 16, 2016
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Rarely do you have an opportunity to see how good Design has a direct impact on the bottom line. EVstudio designed the multifamily project on the left and it sold out in record time. Both of these projects were permitted within weeks of each other […]

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Standing Ovation – Update on Apartments in Lone Tree

by EVstudio AEP January 14, 2016
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Ovation, a 190-unit, 200,000 square foot residential development designed by EVstudio and developed by Century Communities is almost complete.  Sitting on a four acre site, Ovation will serve the the new city-center of Lone Tree, Colorado which promises to offer an exciting mix of culture, […]

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Mixed-Use Buildings in Golden, Colorado

by Sean O'Hara December 31, 2015
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EVstudio is working with one of our clients to complete two key mixed-use buildings in downtown Golden, Colorado. When complete these buildings will feature residential units, offices, commercial storefront and underground parking. We’ll post more information as they begin construction in early 2015.   Originally […]

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What’s the Difference Between NFPA 13R and NFPA 13?

by Dean Dalvit November 18, 2015
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While we typically have a fire sprinkler consultant on the design team for our projects, there are some key things that Architects must know about the systems that can influence design. The NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) has a variety of requirements for different types […]

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Filters in Revit for Structural Framing Plans

by EVstudio AEP November 15, 2015
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As all architects and engineers using Revit know, the out of box settings are rarely what you need to produce a set of drawings for review. Namely, visual representation of modeled elements often does not match up with your intent. In order to bypass this, […]

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