With 13 upscale townhomes, the Museum of Contemporary Art and a 65-unit affordable housing project, The Art House project shares the same DNA as the museum itself.
The 26,000-square-foot cube-shaped Museum of Contemporary Art was London-based architect David Adjaye’s first public commission in the US.
Stunning 2, 3 and 4 townhomes feature unique interior designs, contemporary kitchens with Bulthaup and Maax cabinets, sizeable backyards and rooftop gardens.
The unique location enjoys direct access to the Cherry Creek and Platte Rivers, bike and pedestrian paths and two blocks from the bustling Union Station.
Conceived and master-planned by Continuum, the Art House project in the Denver Union Station neighborhood includes 13 contemporary,…See More
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