Dairy Block’s Pedestrian Alley Poised to Transform LoDo
View here According to the development team behind LoDo’s Dairy Block — McWhinney, Sage and Grand American — an innovative new pedestrian alley that will run through the center of Dairy Block, bounded by 18th, 19th, Wazee and Blake streets, will be lined with restaurants, bars and retail storefronts. Inspired by the urban... Read more
Union Investment Acquires The Triangle Building in Denver
Denver — Union Investment announced today that it has acquired The Triangle Building in Denver, Colorado, from a controlled affiliate of Starwood Capital Group, a leading global private investment firm, and East West Partners, a Denver-based developer devoted to building, selling, managing and supporting high-quality real estate. The purchase... Read more
Eppstein Uhen Architects Acquires Denver’s Burkettdesign
DENVER –  Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), a leading architecture and design firm that has more than 180 employees in three offices in Wisconsin and Iowa, today announced that it has expanded into the Rocky Mountain region by acquiring Denver-based architecture and interior design firm Burkettdesign. The combination of the firms gives... Read more
Atlanta-based GreenbergFarrow Opens Office in Broomfield
View here GreenbergFarrow, an architecture, engineering and planning firm, based in Atlanta, has opened an office in Broomfield, CO. The new location is the latest of 16 offices nationwide. The company also has offices in China and Mexico. One of the company’s most recognizable projects to date, was designing the Ikea... Read more
Colorado Balfour Senior Living Expansion
View here Baby boomers may be responsible for an increase in demand for senior living facilities, according to an article by the Denver Business Journal. Award-winning Balfour Senior Living currently has 10 new facilities—most of them in Colorado—either operating, under construction or in the planning phases. A 74-unit facility is currently... Read more
Powers Architecture Hires New Director of Interiors
DENVER – Powers Brown Architecture has announced that Lauren Amber Prestenbach RID, LEED AP ID+C, EDAC, has joined the firm in the new position of Director of Interiors. In this role, Prestenbach will oversee the firm’s Interior Design strategy and marketing efforts and be responsible for new business development in... Read more
Denver’s Northeast Poised for Economic Growth
Read here Denver, CO – Denver’s northeast neighborhoods are experiencing rapid growth with some major developments on the cards, including the nearby 21,000-acre Aerotropolis plan south of DIA and the massive Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center project. However, Denver’s District 11 neighborhoods, in particular Montbello, Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Five Points, Northeast... Read more
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Completes Design for The Maven Hotel in Denver’s Dairy Block
DENVER, CO – JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, a Denver-based architecture and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects, has completed architecture and interior design for the Maven Hotel, a 172-room independent hotel within Denver’s newest urban evolution, Dairy Block, between 18th and 19th Streets on Wazee in LoDo. “The Maven is a perfect example... Read more
AIA Colorado Celebrates Colorado Architecture Month
DENVER, CO – Governor John W. Hickenlooper has proclaimed April as Architecture Month in Colorado. The American Institute of Architects Colorado Chapter (AIA Colorado) will lead this month-long celebration and share with the public how AIA Colorado members make lasting contributions to our communities through effective and inspiring design. Throughout Colorado,... Read more
STUDIO Architecture Wins City of Longmont Architectural Services Contract
Boulder, CO – STUDIO Architecture, a Boulder-based, full-service architecture and urban design firm, has been awarded the on-call architectural services contract with the city of Longmont. STUDIO will provide full service architectural, engineering and technical services for a variety of city departments. It is anticipated that some of the... Read more