Iron Works Village, a 136-unit residential development in Englewood, broke ground this week and will deliver its first homes early next year.
The project, which includes single-family detached homes as well as townhomes and duplexes, is the largest new for-sale residential development to occur in Englewood in 50 years, according to builder BLVD Builders.
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Iron Works Village, at 601 Bates Ave., is being built on the site of the former General Iron foundry, which was once important to commerce in Denver and Englewood.
Pre-sales for homes there are underway now. Townhomes will start in the mid-$300,000 range, duplexes will start in the mid-$400,000 range and detached single-family homes will start in the high $400,000 range.
Denver-based Pel-Ona Architects and Urbanists designed the homes.
“The homes at Iron Works are street-facing and community-oriented. What we believe in crafting these plans is there needs to be some unity in the heart of the house.” Pele-Ona co-founder Ronnie Pelusio said.
“These houses use principles of historic neighborhoods in a modern way," Pelusio said. "They honor the historic shapes of houses. But they have open floor plans and use modern technologies and building assemblies that live up to current-day sustainability needs.”
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