Savills Studley Relocates to Class A Space at 1125 Seventeenth Street
DENVER – Savills Studley, the leading commercial real estate advising firm specializing in tenant representation, has announced that the firm’s Denver office has relocated to new Class A space at 1125 Seventeenth Street.  The new 8,500-square-foot space on the building’s 23rd floor is more than double the size of the... Read more
Colorado Architects Receive Top Regional Design and Honor Awards
DENVER — The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Western Mountain Region recognized the design achievements of Colorado architects during the 2017 AIA Western Mountain Region Design and Honor Awards Gala in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, Oct. 14. Each year, the Western Mountain Region Design and Honor Awards programs honor members’ long-standing... Read more
Denver Architecture Firm Merges with Chicago-Based Firm
DENVER — Sink Combs Dethlefs, a Denver-based architecture and design firm that specializes in sports, recreation and entertainment design, will merge with Perkins & Will, a Chicago-based architecture company worth $540 million. Denver will become Perkins+Will’s 24th design studio worldwide.  The merger significantly bolsters Perkins+Will’s position in sports, recreation, and entertainment market in the... Read more
Iconic Design Feature Being Installed at RTD’s Civic Center Station
DENVER – Work on the Regional Transportation District’s Civic Center Station has been progressing steadily over the past 15 months, with completion approaching later this year. A notable milestone on the approximately $31 million project is taking place now: installation of three iconic canopies framing views of the Capitol,... Read more
In an Era of the Disappearing Mid-Sized Firm, 4240 Architecture Opts to Grow from Within
DENVER — 4240 Architecture, a Denver-based 35-person architecture and planning firm, recently expanded its leadership team with several internal advancements. These advancements include Michele Decker, CPSM, to Principal, Marc Snyder and Brandon Mixon to Associate Principal, and Ian Wilson and Ken Roberts to Associate. “In a firm where titles carry... Read more
Proposed Skyscraper will be Denver’s Tallest Building
View here New York-based Greenwich Realty Capital announced on Wednesday, their intentions to build a 90-story spire featuring 248 luxury condominium residences, 22,000 square feet of retail space and 500 parking spots. According to the project’s website, 650 17th Street in downtown Denver, designed by internationally acclaimed architect Carlos Ott,... Read more
OZ Architecture’s Re-Design of Eben Ezer Senior Living
DENVER — OZ Architecture has launched its design plan for phases two through four of the Eben Ezer Lutheran Care Center, located in Brush, Colorado — the next phases of the 10-step master plan for redesigning the 100-year old care center. Phase two involves designing the new short-term rehab... Read more
Groundbreaking: Observatory Flats Fill Denver’s Condo Void
DENVER – The Ground Breaking Ceremony was held today for a new $11 million, 5-story for sale condo project in the University of Denver neighborhood. Observatory Flats, located at 2368 S. University Boulevard, features 53 high end condominiums, developed by Dublin Development, a Denver-based residential development company founded by Shawn Bookout and... Read more
RNL Designs a Mixed-Use TOD in Denver’s Arapahoe Square Neighborhood
DENVER – RNL, an international architecture, design and planning firm, is providing architecture and programming, as well as interior, lighting and landscape design services for Radiant, a 329-unit, mixed-use apartment community currently underway for LMC — a multifamily real estate development and operating company. The 351,396-square-foot, transit-oriented development (TOD)... Read more
Multidisciplinary Design Firm Rebrands to Align with Industry Needs
DENVER — K2, formerly K2 Audio, rebrands as a multidisciplinary firm to better align with architectural needs. In addition to acoustics and audio-visual design, K2 has expanded their service offerings to include tele/data and electronic security systems. The latest AIA Business of Architecture 2016 Firm Survey Report indicates a trend... Read more