Denver’s LoHi neighborhood has enjoyed a steady revival thanks to an influx of development, new restaurants, breweries, and residents. The area is multi-use mix of residential, food & beverage, and services. Lower Highlands has a unique mixture of historic residences alongside new modern construction. 

Being one of Denver’s most memorable and desirable neighborhoods, its easy to fall in love with this unique enclave. LoHi is all about lifestyle and with its quiet tree-lined streets, welcoming front porches, proximity to highways, downtown, endless dining & entertainment, living in the LoHi is a dream come true.


Urban Green makes its way into LoHi with its next sustainable development. With LEED Platinum targeted designation, these 46 urban residences are located near it all. Offering a variety of floor plans to fit any lifestyle, these studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms plans feature finishes from Porcelanosa with sustainable and renewable materials.
  • 29th & Zuni LoHi Location
  • Energy Efficient  
  • Solar Powered
  • Main Level Retail Available
  • Community Rooftop
  • 10 Floor Plan Options
  • City & Mountain Views
  • KitchenAid Appliance Package
  • LED Lighting
  • Delta Bathroom Hardware
  • 3 Designer Finish Packages Available
  • Smart Home Technology Pre-wire 

Sprocket Design Build // Lighthouse Story

Perched on the corner of Zuni St & 29th Ave, this five-story condo building will pronounce a critical entry into the Highlands Neighborhood.  The building form is utilitarian in nature – designed to provide functional interior spaces with easy access to the outdoors.  Large patios allow room for residents to stretch out, while the rooftop terrace provides a gathering space to sit and enjoy panoramic views to the city, front range and mountains beyond.

From the pedestrian point of view, the wooden lattice structure appears to grow from the grade plane, weaving its way up and around the building to the fifth story balcony and creating a buffer between the busy street and the residences above.  The warm, natural qualities of the massive timber beams create a sculpture-like presence that can be appreciated by both passers-by and residents alike.

Programmatically, the building offers both residential and commercial components with a large commercial space located at the ground floor and 46 residential units on the floors above.  Unit floorplans range in size from studios and one-bedrooms to larger two-bedroom lofts, all with significant access to daylight, views and outdoor space.  Enclosed underground parking is also provided for residents and guests with access located off the alley.

Underlying all design decisions is a sensitivity to the environment and a goal of attaining LEED platinum accreditation.  In utilizing photovoltaic panels, high-efficiency appliances and water fixtures, smart thermostats and a tight building envelope, the project has the potential to set a new paradigm for development in Denver and beyond.

Seduced? Explore.