Developer digging up funds for new project

Condo developers have taken over a Capitol Hill garage. Photo by Burl Rolett.

A developer bought a Cap Hill garage building in January. Photo by Burl Rolett.

Almost eight months after picking up a Capitol Hill garage, a Denver developer is raising some cash for a multifamily project.

Ogden Flats LLC, headed by Generation Development’s Chris Lonigro, is looking to stir up $2.7 million worth of capital, according to a recent SEC filing. The cash is for a residential real estate venture, according to the document, and the firm has raised $800,000 so far.

The capital raise comes after Generation Development bought the former Penn Garage building at 13th Avenue and Ogden Street. Generation paid $2 million for the 15,000-square-foot garage. At the time, Lonigro said Generation planned to start construction on a roughly 30-unit residential building.

Lonigro added the company planned to keep the one-story Penn Garage structure and add up to four stories atop the 82-year-old building. The company’s website advertises a completion date in fall of 2016. Lonigro could not be reached by press time on Thursday afternoon.

Condo developers have taken over a Capitol Hill garage. Photo by Burl Rolett.

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