This hybrid “aparthotel” resides in the River North District just north of downtown. It offers uniquely flexible lengths of stay from a nightly to weekly option on several floors and a monthly to yearly option on others.
The St. Julien is the place to stay in downtown Boulder. The luxury four-story hotel has restaurants and ballrooms which are frequently used for private and community events. A unique transfer structure over the ballrooms allowed three stories of guestrooms above the ballrooms while staying under the strict city height limit.
Marriott Residence Inn rises 14 stories above 18th & Champa Streets. It is comprised of 9 floors of hotel suites above 4 levels of parking, atop the lobby level. It is a post-tensioned concrete frame building, with concrete cores used as lateral-resisting elements. Special slab-to-core wall connection detailing helped in virtually eliminating any restraint cracking.
The Omni utilized a structural first floor and deep foundation to mitigate issues associated with expansive soils, and married the flat plate hotel structure with the steel-framed conference center. The tower cladding was all panelized to facilitate schedule and quality.
Metropolitan State University created a working hotel on their campus as a part of their hospitality education program, providing students a real world working and learning environment. The building joined a cast-in-place concrete hotel with a structural steel educational wing wrapped around a central courtyard.