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
Dairy Block to Feature Milk Market Food Hall
DENVER – Dairy Block Denver’s newest micro-district redevelopment in the heart of Lower Downtown – has announced that three additional tenants are joining the eclectic mix of shops and restaurants on Denver’s first pedestrian-only Alley opening early 2018. Denver Chef Frank Bonanno will open Milk Market at Dairy Block,... Read more
Punch Bowl Social Nears Completion Inside the Former Stapleton Air Traffic Control Tower
DENVER — Construction of Denver’s second Punch Bowl Social — a growing chain of experiential restaurants, complete with table and arcade games, karaoke and bowling — is so close to completion that you can practically smell the southern fried chicken cooking in the open concept kitchen. Approximately a month away from its grand... Read more
Construction Begins on $200M Market Station Project
DENVER – Continuum Partners, a Denver-based firm specializing in building urban, mixed-use developments, announced today that construction will begin on the highly anticipated Market Station project, formerly the site of the central Regional Transportation District (RTD) bus terminal, Market Street Station. Construction fencing will go up on the site beginning September 29,... 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
Affordable Housing Coming to RiNo
  DENVER — RiNo’s only permanently affordable housing community is expected to break ground in the fourth quarter of 2018, at the 38th and Blake Station of the A Line Commuter Rail. The Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) is partnering with Medici Consulting Group (MCG) to develop Walnut Street Lofts, 65 units of permanently... Read more
Groundbreaking: S’PARK in Boulder Takes Shape with Two New Premier Parcels
Boulder, CO — The highly anticipated 10.5 acre S’PARK redevelopment project in Boulder is beginning to take shape, and officially broke ground on its second phase of residential development last week. Together with partners, Element Properties, The John Buck Company, and Kinship Capital the team celebrated the start of construction... Read more
Brighton Boulevard to House Future Denver Police Museum
DENVER – Denver Police Museum Development Group has purchased 4700-4712 Brighton Boulevard for $1 million, or $4 million per acre, the highest price-per-acre land sale in the Elyria Swansea neighborhood in more than a decade. The site will be home to a new Denver Police Museum. Newmark Knight Frank (NKF)... 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