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DBJ Crane Watch Updated

View here The Denver Business Journal’s Crane Watch was recently updated to include several new projects including the one pictured here – Flight, the $50 million office project by Zeppelin Development. Rendering by Dynia Architects, courtesy of Zeppelin Development  

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Gardner Capital Development Awarded Colorado Low Income Housing Tax Credits for Affordable Housing Targeted to Homeless Youth

Boulder, CO – The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority has awarded a reservation of 9 percent low-income housing tax credits to Gardner Capital Development for the creation of a 40-unit affordable housing community targeted to transition-age youth (age 18-24 years at time of entry) who are experiencing homelessness, aging out of foster care, and are victims …

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Denver Receiving National Attention for Affordable Housing Reform

View here Denver was specifically mentioned as an area facing high rents and in need of affordable housing in the Housing Development Toolkit, a document released by The White House that targets regulations for affordable housing reform. Photo by Ryanmoritz (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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Dynia Architects Receives AIA Western Mountain Region Design Excellence Merit Award for FREIGHT RESIDENCES at TAXI

Denver, CO – Dynia Architects, an architectural design firm with offices in Denver, CO and Jackson, WY earns an accolade for their work in the River North Arts District (RiNo) in Denver, with the receipt of the AIA Western Mountain Region (WMR) Design Excellence Merit Award for FREIGHT RESIDENCES at …

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First Colorado Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Project Receives Financing

Denver, CO – The New Energy Improvement District (NEID) announces financing for Colorado’s first Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) project. NEID, with Colorado Energy Office (CEO) support, oversees the development of Colorado C-PACE projects. The Boulder County project is a 42,000 sq. ft. commercial and industrial facility owned by Urban …

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Aurora VA Hospital Project Subject of Further Scrutiny

View here The U.S. Office of the Inspector General recently released a report detailing reasons for $1 billion project budget overage of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Aurora. Logo courtesy of va.gov

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Arch11 Designs Next-Generation Mixed-Use Building for Downtown Boulder

Boulder, CO – For one of downtown Boulder, Colorado’s last remaining infill sites, the property owners turned to Denver and Boulder architecture firm Arch11 for its artful approach to blending old and new. Envisioned as an “exemplary” project, the new Arch11-designed building at 909 Walnut meets the owners’ commercial objectives …

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Affordable Housing Fund Approved by Denver City Council

View here The Denver City Council voted to approve the $150 million affordable housing fund this week. No public vote was needed to raise property taxes. Photo: Stapleton Affordable Housing project by Northeast Denver Housing Center, Palace Construction & Cunningham Group Architecture; Photography by The Unfound Door  

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Market Perspective: Disruption – Architecture 2.0

By: Korey D. White, AIA, NCARB, Licensed Architect at RNL Design  AIA National Associates Committee Vice Chair 2016/Chair 2017 Disruption is all around us. We have recently seen it in the likes of the transportation industry, the energy market, and our politics.  Historically, major disruptions have transformed how we live and how …

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Controversy Surrounds DIA’s Release of Documents on Winning Renovation Bid

View here The Denver International Airport recently released a total of 141 pages detailing the latest winning proposal for the Jeppesen Terminal remodel, where 84% of the documents were fully or partially blacked out. The winning proposal was from a team of companies led by Spain’s Ferrovial SA. Image courtesy of …

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