Southern Land Company Opens First Denver Apartment Community, Centric LoHi

Centric LoHi is located in Denver’s popular Lower Highland neighborhood

Centric LoHi is the perfect community for residents who want upgraded amenities and easy access to all Denver has to offer,” said Cindy DeFrancesco, Senior Vice President at SLC.

Southern Land Company (SLC), has opened Centric LoHi, its first apartment community in Denver. The mixed-used, multifamily development began welcoming its first residents earlier this month. Centric LoHi features 302 luxury apartments spread between two buildings at 18th Street and Central Avenue in the city’s Lower Highland neighborhood. The community’s leasing office is also now open at 2525 18th Street.

“We’re thrilled to be in the Denver market and to be able to showcase the commitment to high-quality development our company is known for,” said Cindy DeFrancesco, Senior Vice President at SLC. “Centric LoHi is the perfect community for residents who want upgraded amenities and easy access to all Denver has to offer.”

Centric LoHi will broaden the mix of units available in Denver’s in-demand LoHi neighborhood, offering residents 42 studios, 50 efficiencies, 140 one bedroom apartments and 70 two-bedroom apartments to choose from, with starting rents of $1,489. The community will also provide a number of upscale features including a resort-style, saltwater pool and hot tub, 24-hour fitness center and an on-site pet grooming salon. In addition, residents can socialize in one of the many courtyards, the Club Room, the game room, the wine lounge, or on the rooftop deck overlooking downtown Denver.

SLC also incorporated a number of green features in its first Denver development, including Energy-Star rated appliances, on-site recycling services and covered bicycle and ski equipment storage. With its close proximity to restaurants, bars, retail services and downtown attractions, Centric LoHi is also a convenient choice for residents who prefer to walk or ride bikes around town.

The mixed-use community includes 9,300 square feet of restaurant space, including The Bindery, a new concept from renowned local chef Linda Hampsten Fox, and a new upscale Italian café, Marcella’s. Both are scheduled to open this fall.

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