C. Mitchell

Family Circle Brings Affordable Downtown-Style Living to the Edge of Denver

by , 09/09/11

denver housing, affordable family house, family circle, urban sprawl, meridian 105, modern architecture, green architecture, family living in the city

Designed by Meridian 105, ‘The Family Circle’ is a new concept for housing created to fit the lifestyle of the urban family. Planned for the perimeter of Denver, Colorado, the project aims to build an enriching environment for families who wish to enjoy the benefits of downtown living, but  just can’t afford the rates seen in the heart of the city. Providing an alternative to urban sprawl and drab suburban living, the Family Circle packs in all the best parts of an urban lifestyle without requiring its residents to travel hours by car reach Denver’s center. And while focusing its design on family living, the a multi-unit structure also creates a strong and safe community for kids and parents to grown and learn from one another.

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