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MODERA GULCH, 810 Division Street , 15 stories, 376 residential units, 20,000 sq. ft. of retail


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Rebar columns climbing 30 ft. tall in spots. Looking east from intersection of Division St. and 9th Ave. South: Looking NW from Division St., 1/2 block east of 9th Ave. South:

The design isn’t wowing, but so, so happy that the developers building along Division are all screening their garages with living space/offices. 

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