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KEPHART community :: planning :: architecture

At KEPHART, we have been designing inspiring places since 1974. We have designed and planned over 400,000 homes ranging from single family to apartments, mixed-use developments, senior lifestyle, urban infill, and affordable housing. You can trust our team to create innovative, award-winning designs no matter where your parcel is located.

ADDRESS: 2555 Walnut St, Denver, CO
PHONE: (303) 832-4474
WEBSITE: http://www.kephart.com

TYPES OF WORK: Adaptive Reuse / Historical Preservation, Design Build, Mixed Use, Residential – Multi-Family, Residential – Single Family, Sustainability, Urban Design/Planning

PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Facades / Skins, IT / CAD / BIM, Service Provider

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Large (30+)
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1974
NUMBER OF LICENSED ARCHITECTS: 16
FIRM PRINCIPALS/CONTACT: Paul Campbell, AIA | John Binder, AIA | Colleen Cichy | Jamie Goldman | Bryce Hall | Bobby Long, AIA, LEED AP | Doug Van Lerberghe, AIA

 

KEPHART community :: planning :: architecture Projects

Kent Place

Kent Place

This luxury apartment community rounds out the residential component of a lively mixed-use development. Geared toward a renter-by-choice demographic, Kent Place features nearly 23,000 sf of amenity space with a heavy focus on lock-n-leave resident services to promote an active, maintenance-free lifestyle.

The Logan

The Logan

This award-winning community located on an infill site close to Denver’s central business district, provides a new housing option for entry-level young professionals. Located in a bustling neighborhood, a small clubroom and an intimate, elevated courtyard with amazing views of the city offer an excellent retreat for residents.

Denizen

Denizen

Designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification, Denizen is a vibrant TOD community that features a variety of home styles ranging from studios to townhomes to attract everyone from first-time renters to empty nester couples. Gathering areas with fountains, benches and public art provide a distinct identity and sense of place.

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