HIGH-IRON BARREL LOFTS
The most recognizable, defining feature of the High-Iron Barrel Lofts is its unique, concrete roofline. By remastering the existing architecture of this old, industrial site, we were able to preserve the character of its rich past while repurposing the existing barrel-roof structural system to create vaulted, curved ceilings, accentuating an original design feature that truly sets these residences apart from any other in Denver.
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Industrial yet contemporary, each of the 66 townhomes pair exposed brick with a mid-century simplicity and modern finishes that offer a unique contrast of natural materials and concrete, steel accents and warm tones, and the kinds of stylish finishes you’d expect in any high-end loft.
Spacious, vaulted interiors boast two floors of thoughtfully designed living space opens out onto gated ground-floor patios where neighbors can mingle, relax and enjoy the vibrant green lushness of mature trees, gardens, and walkable pathways connecting them to the rest of this vibrant community.
A vibrant community grounded in history.
Elyria-Swansea is one of Denver’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, located between City Park, Park Hill and downtown. Put on the map in the late 1880’s thanks to its large smelting and refinery plants, Elyria-Swansea still retains much of its unique history and working-class principles, enhanced by the renaissance of neighboring RiNo, the A-line light rail from Denver to DIA, and other significant, residential community enhancements.
The exciting, mixed-use, urban community taking shape here pays homage to the area’s unique history and its iconic location at the bend in the train tracks—the name High Iron literally references the elevated rail on a curved track and was a nickname for metal workers—a tribute to those who paved the way for the future of this dynamic Denver neighborhood.