Through the leadership of several investors around the country along with the Archdiocese of Denver, Marisol Health, and Blackbird, an office building that was once a Mormon seminary has been secured. This office building is just steps from the University of Colorado campus and will be transformed into a Catholic women’s health center.
Directly adjacent to Colorado State University’s campus, the existing St. John XXIII site will be redeveloped to provide a new sanctuary, Newman Center, and student housing. These three distinct features will allow St. John XXIII to continue its ministry to more than 33,000 students and parish community. Engaging students through quality housing, worship, and dedicated programming space provides a unique opportunity to integrate the Catholic faith into the college experience.
Located in the North Capital Hill neighborhood, the project sits on a half-city block and features a blend of upper-story housing with street-level retail. A new parish hall, administrative space, and parking will be provided in support of the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Given its proximity to the State Capital and financial district, as well as significant public and private investment in the neighborhood, the project is distinctly positioned for success.
This project focuses on providing Catholic student housing across a mixture of single-family residential units surrounding St. Thomas Aquinas Church and campus town. A new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Student Center and Women’s Health Clinic will be developed on Broadway Street, directly across from the University of Colorado campus. Coordinated programming across these components in conjunction with the existing ministries of St. Thomas Aquinas allows for expanded interaction with the more than 34,000 students attending the University of Colorado.
This project includes the mixed-used development of 70-acres into single family homes, priest residence, and senior housing along with light retail. This project will benefit the Newman Center at the University of Nebraska and allow it to continue its outreach and evangelization to college students.
Situated in the heart of downtown Des Moines, this 33-story residential tower offers a blend of market-rate and attainable across 336 rental units. Few affordable housing options exist in the downtown core, and market studies point to a significant demand for housing at reduced price points. Tenants will enjoy the convenience of living downtown, while enjoying amenities such as a cantilevered pool on the top floor and unobstructed views of the State Capital. This project continues to push the narrative of what attainable housing looks like and how it should be integrated into the standard development process.