Embrey Announces Land Acquisition Closing For Hensley at the District in Centennial

The project is a six-story multifamily wrap-style project that will help create a pedestrian-oriented promenade within The District.
Embrey Announces Land Acquisition Closing For Hensley at the District in Centennial, Colorado
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Embrey has closed on its site purchase for Hensley at The District, a 304-unit multifamily community project, according to a recent press release.

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The project is a six-story multifamily wrap-style project that will “help create a pedestrian-oriented promenade” within The District, an emerging mixed-use community being developed by Brue Baukol Capital Partners. Embrey purchased its property from Brue Baukol Capital Partners, a Denver-based company.

“We are known for creating places where people want to be. This is a beautiful site and we are excited to contribute our unique development style and skills to the Centennial community,” Jimmy McCloskey, Executive Vice President of Development for Embrey, said in the release. “Residents will enjoy premium living with luxury amenities and plenty of lifestyle enhancement opportunities.”

The site is adjacent to the RTD Dry Creek light rail station and near I-25, and the first units and clubhouse are expected to be available in the first quarter of 2024 with project completion later that year.

Amenities will include a clubhouse with gameroom and business center that includes micro offices and a conference room. Outdoor grilling areas, multiple fireplaces and a landscaped courtyard complement a pool. The property will feature a sports lounge and top floor deck, a leading-edge fitness studio with on-demand technology, a yoga room and a dog spa. A package room, rideshare lounge and structured parking garage will be available for the convenience of residents.

Interior finishes will feature nine- to 12-foot ceilings depending on the unit selected. “High-end” kitchens will feature quartz countertops, side-by-side counter-depth refrigerators, custom cabinetry with designer pulls, stainless steel appliances, under cabinet lighting and upgraded under-mount sinks. The baths will feature upgraded under-mount sinks, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers in select units. Throughout, there is wood-style flooring and carpet, linen closets and walk-in closets with built-in shelving, and designer vanity mirrors.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

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