A Peaceful Retreat in the Rockies
LCM Architects planned and designed Solace, a multifamily development situated at the base of the scenic Rocky Mountains in Colorado. It consists of 15 buildings on a 28.99-acre parcel.
Phase one includes a single-story Club House and 10 three-story apartment buildings. The second phase adds five more apartment buildings. In total, the multifamily development will have 342 units spread across 457,000 square feet, with one-, two-, and three-bedroom options. The first-floor apartments are designed to be accessible according to Fair Housing Act Guidelines. Each residential building in the multifamily development has covered and uncovered parking.
The Club House offers various amenities that appeal to the local market. Tenants have access to a leasing office, business center, coffee shop, fitness/locker room area, and lounge. The Club House also has a community space with an open plan and timber-frame concept, creating a rustic lodge vibe. Outdoor amenities in the multifamily development include a swimming pool, hot tub, grilling area, natural play area, TV/lounge area, and bike station. The site also provides a car wash, pet wash area, and dog runs. The building exteriors in the multifamily development use materials like stone, wood, and textured siding, inspired from the local vernacular.