4290 Brighton Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80216


Under Construction


Located in Denver’s bourgeoning River North Neighborhood


Zeigler Cooper Architects

Building Details

336,122 Square Feet 397 Units 11 Floors

Completion Date

Estimated Q3 of 2022

Project Website

Hines and Cresset-Diversified QOZ Fund are developing MicaRiNo, a luxury for-rent community at the entryway to Denver’s rapidly expanding River North Arts District(RiNo).

Comprised of 397 luxury residences, the 11-story building will boast private balconies with mountain and city views in select units. Floorplans will include studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom offerings, in addition to a limited number of affordable units and live/work units. Each residence will feature modern kitchens with quartz countertops, designer tile backsplashes and stainless-steel appliances; in-unit washer and dryers; electric door locks; matte black fixtures and wood-style flooring throughout.

Designed by Zeigler Cooper Architects, amenities will include a resort-style heated swimming pool with a terrace; large garden area with outdoor gaming, hammocks, yoga deck and fire pits; state-of-the-art gym with on-demand virtual fitness classes and Skier’s Edge training equipment; pet spa and dedicated dog park; bike shop and storage room; thoughtfully designed fourth-floor coworking space with private meeting rooms, complimentary coffee bar and ample natural light throughout; artist studio space with easels, tables and other creative necessities; and approximately 14,500 square-feet of ground floor retail.

The mid-rise development will also offer impressive entertaining spaces for residents to enjoy, including a sky lounge with unobstructed rocky mountain and city views; two outdoor kitchens with gas grills, dining areas and sofas; and lounge area overlooking the pool deck with a kitchen, game room and sitting areas overlooking Mission Ballroom with mountains in the background.MicaRiNo’s prime location will provide convenient access to River North District’s first-class restaurants, bars and entertainment centers.The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification upon completion with initial occupancy slated for Q3of 2022.1 / 297%