The Confluence is the newest ultra-luxury multifamily high-rise tower in Denver. The 288-unit development takes its name from its 1.21-acre location at 2166 15th Street, near the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek.
Clark is constructing a 34-story residential tower and an additional six-story residential tower connected by a fifth-floor pool deck. A three-level, below-grade parking deck will be constructed below both towers using a secant pile wall earth retention system. The first 25 levels of the tower will contain studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom luxury units, while the top nine floors will be comprised of large penthouse units with upgraded finishes and direct elevator access. The façade of both buildings will be comprised of curtain wall and metal panels.
The GDA Architects-designed building is poised to become the tallest building in Riverfront Park. Among the features and finishes of the apartments will be hardwood floors, solar shades in every home, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and Frigidaire Professional Gallery/Electrolux appliances. Select apartments will also showcase floor-to-ceiling windows. Penthouse residences as well as some other select homes will offer direct elevator access.
The scope of work also includes adding new hardscape and landscape elements that will connect the residential property with the adjacent Confluence Park.