A Peaceful Retreat in the Rockies

Solace at Cimarron Hills | Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Planned and designed by LCM Architects, Solace is a 15-building, mid-range multifamily development on a 28.99 acre parcel at the base of the scenic Rocky Mountains.

Phase one calls for a single story Club House surrounded by 10 three-story apartment buildings. Five additional apartment buildings are planned for the second phase. When completed, there will be 342 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units in the 457,000 square foot development. First floor apartments are designed to be accessible according to Fair Housing Act Guidelines. There is also a utility structure on the site.

The Club House accommodates a number of tenant amenities, competitively appealing to the local market. Tenants have access to a leasing office, business center, coffee shop, fitness/locker room area, and lounge. A lofty community space anchors the Club House. Its open plan, timber frame concept is expressed at the building entry, evoking a rustic lodge. Similarly referencing the local vernacular, building materials include stone, wood, textured siding, and muted colors.

Outdoor amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, grilling area, TV/lounge area, and bike station. Other amenities on the site include a bike station, car wash, pet wash area, and dog runs. Covered and uncovered parking is associated with each residential building.

Size 29 acres 
Services Provided Architecture | Design | Interior Design | Planning | Visualization | FHA Accessibility Consulting
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