The Quincy

  • Category
  • Size
    650,000 sf
  • Complete
    Early 2018
  • Location
    Denver, Colorado

The Quincy Offers Impressive Amenities and Big Views in the Heart of the City

The Quincy at 1776 Curtis Street was phase one of a larger mixed-use development located on a 50,000 square foot, half-block site in the central business district of downtown Denver, Colorado. The property is bordered by office buildings, hotels, and restaurants in a dense area of the urban core. Phase two of the development is The Prism, a 9-level office building located on the adjacent side of the block, also designed by Davis Partnership.

The 28-story, 650,000-square-foot apartment tower has 359 luxury units, including an assortment of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Seven luxury penthouses reside at the top floor of the building, with commanding views of downtown and the mountains. In a time when many apartments are designed with narrow rooms and limited windows, the units throughout this building stand out for their generous proportions and expansive windows.

On the eighth level, directly above the parking structure, there is a plentiful suite of amenity spaces. A community room, game room, cybercafé, and fitness room with yoga/pilates studio facilities are all located here. Extensive outdoor spaces directly adjacent to these amenities offer a heated pool, whirlpools, cabanas, patios, fire pits, grills and flexible yard for outdoor exercise.

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Mixed Use
  • Residential
  • Lighting

Award Winning Project

2019 Excellence in Concrete Award - Residential Category from the Rocky Mountain ACI (American Concrete Institute)

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