Posted: March 17, 2020
An in-depth & detailed starring of best practices in the real estate development business.
Development 360 is a mentoring program for ULI young leaders (35 & under) that provides an in-depth case study of one of Denver’s most exciting real estate projects.
This year the developer McWhinney has chosen The Ride at RiNo designed by Christopher Carvell Architects
Development 360 participants from the 2019 class pictured at the rooftop of the Ride Micro Student Apartments in RiNo. Development 360 is a high level, hands on real estate development course for ULI Young Leaders that teaches the real estate development process.
“The Ride at RiNo, an 84 unit mixed-use micro residences infill project is located in the RiverNorth District of Denver, a historically industrial neighborhood, characterized by its eclectic urban feel. Industrial buildings with simple massing and minimalist use of materials, it is a diverse community of artists, manufacturing, design professionals, galleries and young entrepreneurs. Located just 2 blocks from the 38th and Blake Street RTD Light Rail station on the ‘A’ Line to Denver International Airport making “The Ride at RiNo” micro-unit and live-work living options attractive to both Millennial and Gen-Z generations looking for mobility, convenience and a central location in a innovative zone within the RiNo District.”
“The building features a variety of micro-studio’s with compartmental bathrooms, Ikea style compact kitchens, balconies, large windows and high ceilings. Live-Work one bedroom open studios designed for working artists / tech industry start-ups provide much needed “maker space.” These street level units activate both 36th Street and Wynkoop Streets in the heart of the RiNo Arts District. Ride floor plans range from 369 sf to 849 sf.”