The Dynamic Changes of Apartments

by EVstudio AEP May 8, 2019

The Great Recession has changed the development market. I know what you are thinking, ‘no kidding John, that is a massive understatement’. Seriously, when you take a broad perspective of the mind shift that has occurred for the consumers of ‘development’, a ‘given’ market five […]

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LoHi Denver Apartments — Construction Update

by evstudio March 29, 2019

EVstudio’s multi-family project in the LoHi Denver neighborhood is well into its first construction phase (see my post back in May, when the site consisted of a few piles of dirt). While I took the pictures below, the crew was in the process of pouring Building […]

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Full Speed Ahead? – Highlights from the 2012 Multi-Family Economic Conference

by EVstudio AEP February 22, 2019

The Apartment Association of Metro Denver held their semi-annual Economic Conference on January 25, 2012. The audience, composed of multi-family developers and their suppliers, were there to learn if 2012 would build on the successful year of 2011.  With the equity markets still tight and […]

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Construction Cost per Square Foot for Apartments in Austin Texas

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE November 30, 2018

EVstudio is very active in our Austin office as the multifamily boom continues to drive Austin construction starts. All of our projects start with one fundamental question: How much will this apartment project cost? Our primary resource for construction cost estimating is RSMeans, along with […]

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Creekside Apartments in Spearfish, South Dakota

by EVstudio AEP May 15, 2017

At the beginning of the summer in 2013, EVstudio was asked to provide structural framing and foundation plans for a Garden Apartment community in Spearfish, South Dakota. This community consists of five building types including two walkout scenarios. All foundations are Ribbed Slab-On-Grade foundations with […]

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Apartments – ADA, FHA, ANSI, Title 9 and the IBC

by EVstudio AEP April 27, 2017

When working on Apartment buildings we as Architects are responsible for accommodating a large cross section of the population. Being in the public realm also means that there is quite a complex web of regulation that applies to the site, common spaces and the units […]

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Colorado Springs Multi-family project images

by EVstudio AEP July 31, 2012

EV Studio was recently asked by our client WillMax to provide an updated rendering and site plan for marketing Colorado Springs newest upcoming apartment development. One of the benefits we have at EV Studio in our use of the latest 3D modeling and rendering software […]

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