SA+R team member Ali Menke Joiner, AIA, LEED AP offers her thoughts on equality in our profession in the latest issue of YAF’s Connection magazine. We’d be lost without this fiercely authentic, hard-working woman. Check out the full article here.
We’re excited to unveil this beautiful little space we created with the Urban Villages team on February 25th. Check out Business Den’s article for more info about the project.
Denver’s much-anticipated Broadway Market food hall will open this Friday, February 22nd on North Broadway near the corner of 10th Avenue, in the former Tony’s Market grocery space left vacant by the downsizing butcher more than one year ago. The adaptive reuse of the site is well-suited to the current needs of the high foot traffic and increasing workforce in […]
We had a blast this morning celebrating the grand opening of Colorado Academy’s brand new Athletic Center! It’s been an absolute pleasure getting to work with this team on such an important part of CA’s campus. The 66,000sf project includes a Field House, Middle and Upper School locker rooms for athletes, new coaches’ offices, a […]
“The aesthetic integrates the timeless quality of the neighborhood’s original masonry buildings, with the modern approach to connect the life inside the vibrant urban community outside through large contemporary openings, and advanced operable wall sy stems” – Andy Rockmore. Read more about the design influenced by the LoHi neighborhood here.
Have you heard the buzz about Denver’s new mixed-use development, Broadway Station? We’re excited to play a part in the vision to transform this historic site into a premier transit oriented district with housing, offices, retail and more. Continue reading by clicking here.
Modera LoHi has broken ground across the street from Little Man Ice Cream in Denver’s Highland neighborhood. Click here for the full article!
DENVER, CO – January 16, 2018 – Denver-based architecture, interior design, and planning firm Shears Adkins Rockmore (SA+R) is pleased to announce several new leadership positions to start the new year. This decision follows years of strong growth, award-winning design, forward-thinking business planning, and the completion of new projects around the Denver community and beyond.
A Chicago-based developer has purchased the site in Arapahoe Square where it wants to build a 22-story tower dubbed Kenect Denver. The 0.64-acre site is currently a parking lot and the deal works out to $194.36 a square foot.
An exciting day for Denver’s River Mile! The redevelopment plan, which involves rezoning for a 58-acre property, was approved with a unanimous 12-0 vote at the city council meeting last night. This is a huge milestone for the vision of redeveloping this site into a new downtown neighborhood with housing, offices, schools, community uses, retail […]