Under construction in April 2018
|Address||2208 8th Avenue|
|Construction started||January 2016|
|Estimated completion||July 2018|
|Antenna spire||450 feet (140 m)|
|Roof||400 feet (120 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architecture firm||Graphite Design Group|
|Main contractor||Hoffman Construction|
|Number of units||450 apartments|
|Parking||350 parking stalls|
Clise Properties, which owned much of the Denny Triangle prior to the 2010s development boom, proposed a 40-story high-rise residential building on the site in early 2014. An elliptical design was unveiled in October 2014, at the request of a design review committee and residents of a nearby condominium building.
- McKenzie Apartments at Emporis
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