Major downtown Boulder projects to start this spring!

February 5, 2014 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News

The PearlWest redevelopment of the former Daily Camera building in Boulder — one of the largest such projects to occur downtown in recent history — could begin this spring, officials for the nonprofit Downtown Boulder Inc. said Tuesday. Below are the proposed projects, for more info on expansion and projects in the downtown area click here.

The proposed projects noted by Maher included:

1738 Pearl St. — a three-level addition to the property that houses Frasca Food & Wine.

1301 Walnut St. — a 62,000-square-foot infill project at the site of the existing Wencel Building.

1707 Walnut St. — a three-story infill redevelopment of the former 7-Eleven site to include 26 apartments and below-grade parking. Targeted completion date of December 2014.

901 Pearl St. — a 21,000-square-foot, three-story development with four condos and a ground-floor restaurant.

909 Walnut St. — a three-story, mixed-use building.

1048 Pearl St. and 1023 Walnut St. — PearlWest, a 160,000-square-foot redevelopment to include offices, retail and restaurant uses, a theater and an automated parking garage. Work to start in May, with completion in the fourth quarter of 2015.

1750 14th St. — The James Concept, a 64,400-square-foot redevelopment to include commercial and micro-office uses, 43 residential units and “micro-lofts” at the James TravelPoints building. Project expected to start in October and be completed by October 2015.

2049 Pearl St. — 21 Pearl, a project to include five pre-sold townhomes with rooftop decks. Construction to start in May, with a delivery of January 2015.

601 Canyon Blvd. — Four pre-sold townhomes. Project to be completed this May.

22nd and Walnut St. — Dwell 22, a four-townhome project. Construction to start in April.

2200 Broadway — Trinity Lutheran Church expansion and addition of 16 affordable senior housing units. Timing is to be determined.

900 Walnut St. — The “civic use pad” adjacent to the St. Julien Hotel & Spa, an 8,000-square-foot community and event space with hotel rooms above.