Micro-apartments squeeze into downtown
By Burl Rolett, BusinessDen
After biting around the edges of downtown neighborhoods, the micro-unit phenomenon is hitting the middle of downtown.
Nichols Partnership is planning a 91-unit micro-apartment development at 15th and Wewatta streets, coming off of its Turntable Studios mini-living project. Project Manager Melissa Rummel said they’re aiming for business travelers and new-to-town renters with furnished rooms and variable leases.
“We’re going to try and have shorter lease terms in anticipation there will be many business clients coming downtown for a few months at a time rather than a year at a time,” she said.
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