One River North

One River North’s development team has celebrated topping out the building’s 16th floor. What is believed to be the next iconic building in Denver, One River North will feature a 10-story landscaped canyon winding up the façade. The development will include 187 units and almost 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.

The community, located in the River North Art District (RiNo), will offer 13,000 square feet of open-air amenity environments, including rippling water elements and a landscaped walkway that spans across four floors. Residents will also have access to a nearly 7,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with a pool, a spa, and a garden that frame Rocky Mountain views. The “canyon” element will provide a touch of nature blended into the urban landscape as the trail-like walkway and additional spaces will create peaceful retreats.

One-, two-, and three-bedroom residences, ranging in size from 625 to 2,500 square feet, will offer a chef-caliber kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, and some windows undulating to match the curves of the “canyon.” Select residences will include private terraces. A fitness center and a yoga studio connected to the outdoors; a lounge with workspaces; and a pet spa will round out the building.

Principal developers for One River North include The Max Collaborative, Uplands Real Estate Partners, Wynne Yasmer Real Estate, and Zakhem Real Estate Group. Kairoi Residential will be the building’s property manager.

Kevin Ratner, co-founder of The Max Collaborative, says, “One River North pairs high-rise residential living with the natural environment, bringing the inspiration of nature into our homes to create a unique experience coupled with modern comforts and conveniences. The nature-inspired design by MAD Architects was influenced by Colorado’s legendary landforms and merges nature and architecture to inspire a well-balanced life.”

MAD and Davis Partnership are the lead architects for the project. and Saunders is the general contractor. The property is one of only two residential works in the United States designed by renowned MAD Architects.

After breaking ground in fall 2021, the project is expected to be completed late this year.