Urban Box

Award winning
Featured in Modern in Denver Magazine

The site is an infill project. The units have minimal finishes such as polished concrete, exposed mechanical ducts, exposed concrete, glass, and steel. The costs are affordable, allowing every business to participate.  Entasis Group coordinated with local craftsmen and artists to achieve unique architectural details and maintain superior quality architecture. The project was also mentioned as a ‘top project” at the Mayor’s Institute on City Design (MICD) in California.  The condo units are fully open in the front and back, with sliding glass doors to allow natural ventilation and plenty of light. This creates an indoor-outdoor work lifestyle, opening up the space to the beautiful Colorado landscape. Interior glass partitions also expand and contract, providing flexible uses within each unit. The project is attached to a green belt, giving tenants the freedom to ride bikes or walk to the office. The units use 75% less energy than a typical office condo. The project has attracted users from all professions and backgrounds, ranging from lawyers to hipster digital graphic companies. Using premier modern raw materials such as raw concrete, metal, glass, and marble creates a distinct one-of-a-kind modern enclave.

Urban Box

Westminster, CO

Award winning
Featured in Modern in Denver Magazine

The site is an infill project. The units have minimal finishes such as polished concrete, exposed mechanical ducts, exposed concrete, glass, and steel. The costs are affordable, allowing every business to participate.  Entasis Group coordinated with local craftsmen and artists to achieve unique architectural details and maintain superior quality architecture. The project was also mentioned as a ‘top project” at the Mayor’s Institute on City Design (MICD) in California.  The condo units are fully open in the front and back, with sliding glass doors to allow natural ventilation and plenty of light. This creates an indoor-outdoor work lifestyle, opening up the space to the beautiful Colorado landscape. Interior glass partitions also expand and contract, providing flexible uses within each unit. The project is attached to a green belt, giving tenants the freedom to ride bikes or walk to the office. The units use 75% less energy than a typical office condo. The project has attracted users from all professions and backgrounds, ranging from lawyers to hipster digital graphic companies. Using premier modern raw materials such as raw concrete, metal, glass, and marble creates a distinct one-of-a-kind modern enclave.

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