New Age-Qualified, Mixed-Use Community Nears Completion In Denver
KTGY Architecture + Planning
A new age-qualified, mixed-use residential rental apartment community is under development in the Denver Metro area and nearing completion.
Designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning, Vita includes 159 units and one guestroom, live/work units on the ground floor, and nearly 11,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail and restaurant space. Vita’s one- and two-bedroom floor plans include private balconies or patios, stainless-steel appliances, and high-end kitchens.
The sustainable apartment community for active adults 55 years of age and over features a variety of amenities including a saltwater pool, a year-round hot tub, community garden, pet spa and pet-friendly play park, bike and walking trails, fitness and yoga studios, community and craft rooms, a bicycle maintenance and repair shop, and community kitchens. Other outdoor amenities include a fireside lounge, outdoor kitchen and dining area, and an outdoor amphitheater.
The project is currently pursuing U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold certification. Green features include LED lighting, a photovoltaic solar array, high-performance sink faucets, showerheads, dual-flush toilets, and more.
The developer is Zocalo Community Development.