“The Boathouse,” by Denver-based firm Shears Adkins Rockmore, a playful response to creating office space that captures a scale, character, and site response that appeals to Denver’s large millennial population and informal culture.
Mosenthal, Beth (2016, August 9). 6 New Builds in Denver’s Bourgeoning Metropolis. Interior Design Magazine. Full Article
Loveland-based developer McWhinney has announced that it will help redevelop a historic block in Denver’s LoDo, a block from Coors Field.
Reporter-Hearld Staff (2014, August 19.) McWhinney to redevelop historic block in Denver’s LoDo. Reporter Hearld. Full Article.
Neamt, Ioana (2014, August 20.) Z Block Project in Downtown Denver to Include 170-Room Sage Hospitality Hotel. Commercial Property Executive. Full Article.
Rebchook, John (2014, August 27.) Terminator long gone, but new project lives. Inside Real Estate News. Full Article.
Residents in one Denver apartment complex can “drop a beat” while they walk the stairs. Buttons on a new interactive staircase allow them to compose music while encouraging them to be active. And it’s all located in a building dedicated to providing affordable housing.
Thomas, TaRhonda (2014, May 19) Interactive Staircase mixes history, DJ’ing. KUSA 9News. Full Article.
Wolf, Stephanie (2014, May 20.) ‘Interactive Staircase’ narrates Mayan tale through lights, music. Colorado Public Radio. Full Article.
Vaccarelli, Joe (2014, May 29.) Mariposa District in west Denver sees change after five years. The Denver Post. Full Article.
Wallijasper, Jay (2014, June 4) 6-1/2 lessons the Twin Cities can learn from Denver. MinnPost. Full Article.
Peterson, Eric (2014, June 18.) A Stairway to Health: Mariposa Merges Exercise and Architecture. Confluence Denver. Full Article.
A group of local developers has submitted concept plans to the city of Boulder for a redevelopment project that would bring 180,000 square feet of Class A office space and a 100-room hotel to the intersection of Baseline Road and 27th Way.
Lindenstein, Joshua (2013, November 15.) Plans call for hotel, offices on Baseline. Boulder County Business Report. Full Article.
Shears Adkins Rockmore Architects was honored as the 2013 AIA Colorado Firm of the Year at the Practice + Design Conference. This award recognizes a firm that has contributed to the profession and has set an example both in design and leadership in the state.
“AIA Colorado Awards.” AIA Colorado. N.p., 14 Oct. 2013. Web. 14 Oct. 2013. http://www.aiacolorado.org/awards/AIAColoradoAwards.aspx
Move over historic buildings. You may have been the driver behind the vast majority of apartments and condos built downtown in recent years, but the city is looking for something sexier. Sexier as in new construction.
Collison, Kevin (2013, March 11.) New apartments could have an edge in race for funding The Kansas City Star http://www.kansascity.com/2013/03/11/4114076/competitors-for-2m-to-spur-downtown.html#storylink=misearch
Today our Delgany Apartments Update is not a construction photo update from Ryan. That’s not a problem though, as he’s recently posted construction photos in updates #1 and #2 and he’ll continue to keep you updated in the coming months as the project moves forward. Instead, we just have a nice high-resolution rendering of the project’s final design, courtesy of Shears Adkins Rockmore Architects.
Schroeppel, Ken (2012, October 31.) Delgany Apartments Update #3. Denver Infill Blog
1650 Wewatta is a 21-story apartment building to be constructed at the corner of 17th and Wewatta, immediately adjacent to the Commuter Rail Train Hall currently under construction behind Union Station. The project represents about one-third of what’s called the “A” Block development site at Union Station.
Schroeppel, Ken (2012, October 24.) New Union Station Project: 1650 Wewatta. Denver Infill Blog
The redevelopment of the former Camera site in downtown Boulder took a big step forward Tuesday night when the City Council decided not to “call up” the project for further review.
By not calling it up for a public hearing and council approval, the City Council allows the previous decisions of the Planning Board and the Landmarks Board approving the redevelopment proposal to stand.
Meltzer, Erica (2012, October 9.) Downtown Boulder project at former Camera site to move forward; concil lets approvals stand. Camera Staff Writer. Full Article.
“The real estate development company behind the Eleventh and Pearl redevelopment project has received approval from the Boulder Planning Board and Landmark Board for one of the most noteworthy redevelopment projects to happen in Boulder. Karlin envisions two office buildings that would total 159,000 square feet and have space for ground-floor retail, restaurants and a movie theater. The Boulder Planning Board voted 4-3 to approve the project at its Sept. 13 meeting.”
Davidson, Michael (2012, September 28). 11th & PEARL: Looks like the third time is the charm for Karlin Real Estate. Boulder County Business Report.http://www.bcbr.com/article/20120928/EDITION0803/120929963