Fire Clay Lofts

About Fire Clay Lofts

Fire Clay Lofts consist of two city blocks made up of four individual phases, including a historic brick building called The Cable Building, 166 units with a mixture of live-work condos and townhomes. Developed by Urban Ventures, Fire Clay was created with affordable living, convenience and future development in mind.. built in 4 phases; last phase townhomes have personal garages.
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3101 & 3295 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

  • Year Built2008
  • Floors5
  • Units166
  • Neighborhood RiNo
  • Building Type Mid-Rise
  • Ownership Condo

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About Fire Clay Lofts

Located in the ever developing RiNo (River North Art District) neighborhood on Blake St. between 33rd and 31st Streets, Fire Clay offers lofted open-air spaces, balconies and patios and secured parking. Development of the new 38th and Blake light rail station is five blocks from the community offering access to the airport without ever having to drive a car. The phases of development are visible by the different facades of the building ranging from completion of Phase I 2001 to Phase IV completed in 2009. Fire Clay becomes more sought after daily as RiNo develops its rich art influences and transportation offers more flexibility and affordability. Amenities Covered parking spaces Secured entry Balconies and patios- town homes have private yards Conveniences within a once inconvenient neighborhood This growing neighborhood was not always enjoyed by the masses. With its history of industrial businesses, including rail yards, it was separate from its neighboring communities for decades. With the preservation and development of the industrial spaces into thriving businesses, creative spaces and living spaces, RiNo now offers Denver dwellers a community they can physically watch develop week to week. Renowned restaurants, such as Fuel Cafe', are bringing a different life to RiNo in addition to several new bars and businesses for the crowds who want to avoid the LoDo bar scene. Future plans include a light rail station at 38th and Blake, several housing developments, breweries, restaurants and many other businesses such as an open market for local farmers. Out and about in RiNo Fire Clay offers convenience to I-70 and I-25 and is just a short bike ride to Downtown. Easy access to the Platte River bike path connects you to LoHi and beyond. With a walking score of 74 you are sure to get your exercise and experience diversity on every corner. The future light rail will open a world of opportunity for those who don't like to drive or simply want to avoid the traffic on the highways. RiNo doesn't have many street lights and several streets are one-way so getting around is quick and convenient without the traffic of downtown.

Amenities at Fire Clay Lofts

Building Amenities

  • VA Approved
  • Rentals Allowed
  • Street Level Retail

Parking Features

  • Garage
  • Surface

Unit Amenities

  • Fireplaces
  • Gas appliances
  • Terraces
  • W/D connections

Pet Policy

  • Cats OK
  • Dogs OK

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