Cherry Lane

Denver, Colorado




Invesco; BMC Investments; Prism Places


Michael Hsu Office of Architecture; Russell Mills Landscape Architecture


9.45 acres; 1,109,000 SF


Scope of Work

Lead Design Architect, Architect of Record, Urban Design

Cherry Lane expands on the success of the original Clayton Lane redevelopment completed in 2004, the city's first sophisticated, high-density mixed use development. The next phase of the project includes the introduction of multi-family residential and pedestrian-oriented retail made possible by the redevelopment of a vacant 1950s former Sears store, loading docks and parking garage, which will be reimagined as a highly refined, fully integrated and intimately crafted new neighbor for Clayton Lane.

New retail and restaurant spaces will enhance the distinctive character of the Cherry Creek North neighborhood with a focus on quality and craft, health and wellness, and connections to the outdoors—including a new network of outdoor retail and restaurant spaces. The mixed-use development will feature new ground floor retail and 406 new residential units. An existing parking structure will be renovated and topped with four stories of residential.

A refined and vibrant mixed-use community featuring a network of enlivened outdoor spaces