Innovative and experienced industry leader in sustainable urban development.

Zocalo delivers a complete array of services including development, construction and management services for LEED-certified projects.


Vita

Location:

2100 West Littleton Boulevard Littleton, Co

Size:

160 units, four story mid-rise building totaling 161,088 sqft for residential unit and 11,473 sqft of retail space

LEED Status:

LEED - Gold Registered

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, General Contractor

Completion:

Early 2018

Coda

Location:

Cherry Creek North - Denver, Colorado

Size:

185 Units

LEED Status:

LEED-Gold Registered

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, General Contractor and Property Manager

Completion:

2016

The Grove at Stapleton

Location:

Stapleton - Denver, Colorado

Size:

150 Units

LEED Status:

LEED-Gold Registered

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, Property Manager

Completion:

Summer 2015

Cadence Union Station

Location:

Union Station Neighborhood - Denver, CO

Size:

219 Apartments, 8,000 square feet of retail, 13-story high rise

LEED Status:

LEED-Gold

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, Construction Manager, Property Manager

Completion:

2014

2020 Lawrence Street Apartments

Location:

Denver, Colorado

Size:

231 Apartments and 9,100 square feet commercial space.
10-story high-rise building totaling 360,000 square feet.

LEED Status:

LEED-Gold Certified

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, Construction Manager, Property Manager

Completion:

2013

Solera Apartments

Location:

1956 Lawrence Street, Denver, CO

Size:

120 apartments with two commercial units.
11-story high-rise building totaling 191,000 square feet.

LEED Status:

LEED-Gold Certified

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer, General Contractor and Property Manager

Completion:

2010

RiverClay Condominiums

Location:

Jefferson Park, Denver, CO

Size:

60 residential units with two commercial units.
Six story building totaling 138,000 square feet.

LEED Status:

LEED-Silver Certified

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer and General Contractor

Completion:

2008

Zocalo Condominiums

Location:

Jefferson Park, Denver, CO

Size:

42 condominiums with two commercial units.
Four story building totaling 77,200 square feet.

Project Cost:

N/A

Scope:

Developer and General Contractor

Completion:

2005

Jewell Townhomes

Location:

Southeast Denver, CO

Size:

Phase 1: 5 units
Phase 2: 27 units, completed by Habitat for Humanity

Project Cost:

Phase 1: $1 million

Scope:

Developer, Architect, General Contractor

Completion:

2004

With sweeping views of the entire Front Range, Vita overlooks historic Downtown Littleton, Colorado.  This 55+ senior housing is thoughtfully and sustainably designed, amenity rich and provides quick access to walking/biking trails, shopping and restaurants and is just steps away from light rail, providing transportation to downtown Denver and Denver International Airport.  Among the many amenities of the building, Vita offers three retail spaces including a local restaurant.  Vita is registered to achieve LEED-Gold status.

Located at the intersection of 1st and Steele Street in the prestigious Cherry Creek North Neighborhood and decked out with a rooftop pool and fitness center. Zocalo's famous "Velo" bike room, and a sophisticated palette of thoughtful features and top notch finishes, Coda earns its stature as the best in sophisticated LEED designed urban living in Denver.

Located 100 paces from Founder's Green and the Stapleton Town Center, The Grove builds on the incredible amenities already available in the surrounding community. The 5 acre campus is designed around community-building opportunities including beautiful landscaping, an intimate central court with heated pool, public and private gardens, and a "potting shed" with Velo Room bike shop and a mechanic's garage. The Grove is a project designed just a bit smarter for those 55 and older who want to enjoy the Colorado lifestyle.

Situated in the heart of the nation's most ambitious multi-modal transportation hubs, Cadence Union Station offers the best in LEED urban development.  Literally 100 feet from two sets of commuter rail lines - including a new rail line to Denver International Airport - Cadence caters to residents who expect the intersection of service, sustainability and access, all in Denver's newest and most-talked about Union Station neighborhood.  Cadence will likely achieve energy savings approaching 50 percent compared to EPA apartment averages.

 

With the development of 2020 Lawrence, Zocalo continued to lead the industry in sustainable urban living. The LEED®-Gold certified, high-rise project features a 50-kilowatt, rooftop solar array that powers a high-efficiency VRF heating system; innovative, non-potable landscape irrigation systems, and the highest quality, sustainable finishes. 2020 Lawrence was completed in 2012.

 

Solera became the Rocky Mountain region's first LEED-Gold Certified high-rise apartment building.  Among its many accolades, Solera was selected winner of the 2010 University of Denver Burns School of Real estate “Project of the Year” award and, in October 2011 made headlines for achieving a record-breaking per-unit and per-foot sales price for the state of Colorado.  The project's many successes and firsts are a testament to Zocalo's thoughtful approach to design, development and management.  Solera achieved total energy savings of 60 percent compared to EPA apartment averages and nearly 40 percent when compared to a comparable, code-built apartment in downtown Denver.  The project exceeded 90-percent occupancy in under a year, achieving among the highest rents and most satisfied residents in downtown Denver.

RiverClay represents the Rocky Mountain region's first LEED-certified multi-family project.  It delivered one of the largest photovoltaic arrays in Denver at the time, offering enough power to light and cool nearly 80 percent of common areas and parking. Based on actual utility data, the typical residence has proven to be 60 percent more energy efficient than a comparable non-LEED residence.  With some of the largest balconies in central Denver, they serve as a wonderful amenity and solar shade, reducing summer cooling requirements. The project won the 2008 University of Denver Burns School of Real Estate “Project of the Year,” and won recognition from the Environmental Defense Fund for providing one of the 15 best "Green Business Ideas" of 2008.  Despite one of the most challenging environments for condo sales in history, the project sold out in early 2009.

Until recently, Jefferson Park was an overlooked, underutilized neighborhood less than a mile from downtown Denver. To spark reinvestment, the neighborhood and the City of Denver sponsored a competition for proposals to redevelop the site of an vacant police station into a new, mixed-use project.  Zocalo was selected from among eight competitors.  Zocalo's success as both a real estate and community development catalyst spawned a set of projects, one of which, RiverClay, became Zocalo's encore project in Jefferson Park.  The project sold out even prior to receiving a final Certificate of Occupancy.

Designed as an affordably priced project, Jewell Townhomes maximized efficiency through the use of offsite, modular construction. In addition to the five townhomes originally constructed, Zocalo designed and master-planned 27 additional units for the adjoining land, which were later built by Habitat for Humanity.


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Within this Privacy Policy, the phrases "personally identifiable information" and "personal information" mean any information that permits you to be contacted physically or online such as your first and last name, physical address, email address, telephone number or other identifying information.

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We use your information for purposes of supporting your relationship with us by designing content that is suitable to your needs and alerting you to new product and service offerings as they become available. In conducting our business we may also analyze personal information on an individual or aggregate basis, such as to conduct statistical analysis of demographics of users, assess use of various portions of the site and to develop new content, services and products.

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At times we might establish relationships with companies and share information, including your personal information, which will enable us to serve you better and enable them to contact you regarding their products and services.

If you are a tenant at one of our properties, we may share your personal information with other third parties with which we have business relationships in order to perform services for us, you or others, such as parties that provide building, customer or tenant services (for example, building repairs and concierge services), or the landlord and parties that provide services for the landlord.

In operating our business, we might sell or buy sites, companies or assets. In such transactions, personal information generally will be one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the unlikely event that our company is acquired, personal information will be one of the transferred assets.

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