DENVER—A partnership between Chicago-based Origin Investments and Boulder-based SEEC Enterprises recently started construction of Brick Stone Apartments on 56th Street, a 150-unit, $35 million, garden-style multifamily development in a burgeoning corridor of Denver, Colorado. The partnership pairs SEEC which has developed more than 1,200 units in Utah and Colorado together with Origin Investments which currently owns an 11-property, 2,700-unit portfolio of multifamily assets valued in excess of $600 million, including The Fletcher Southlands, acquired earlier this year. It also represents the fourth property in which Origin has been either the developer or joint venture partner in a new multifamily development.
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