Our very own Chris Shears will be presenting at Architectural Record’s “Record on the Road” Denver event coming up on Wednesday, June 27th at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. The event, titled “Urban Futures” will cover new commercial and mixed-use projects in town, including our project, the Dairy Block, and how they integrate into the evolving Denver urban landscape.
All tickets are free, and you can register on their website www.recordontheroad.com/denver.
This new master planned project will convert the surface parking and under-utilized properties around Elitch Gardens into a vibrant new part of the city’s core. Check out the article here.
A look at Modera LoHi, a 5-story, 132-unit mixed-use project we’re designing directly behind Ale House. Read more about the project we’re working on with Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC along with a few others here.
We’re proud to be just one of many organizations working toward more affordable housing solutions for the Denver region. The Alto project is certainly one worth seeing, thanks to a great vision led by our client team. Read more about our affordable housing project here.
Chris Shears shares his views on latest office trends! Read more about it here.
The minds behind Denver’s top food halls are combining forces to create a new marketplace in Golden Triangle. By summer, Broadway Market will open at 950 North Broadway, in the space formerly occupied by Tony’s Market. Read more here. Continue reading
The Grand, a very large residential project going up in the Union Station neighborhood, is getting close to completion and we are now able to see some of the completed elements of the project. This substantial development will end up adding 508 apartment homes along with 8,000 square foot of ground floor retail to the neighborhood. Read more about our project here. Continue reading
The apartments at 17th Avenue and Pearl Street are now officially under construction. Back in July, we announced the project and provided details about how the 10-story apartment building was going to be integrated with the two historic buildings along 17th Avenue. Continue reading
Today the James Beard Foundation revealed the “short list” of finalists for its 2018 awards. The awards, considered among the highest honors in the American hospitality industry, cover chefs, restaurants, and food-related books, journalism, and broadcast media. Continue reading
A large project has started to make its rounds through the Arapahoe Square . Kenect Denver, located mid-block between 21st and 22nd along Lawrence Street, is set to rise 34 stories and provide 441 residential units along with office and retail space. The total height of Kenect Denver rivals the recently completed Confluence tower, rising 14 feet higher for a total of 362 feet. Continue reading