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Denver Boasts the Highest Percentage of Transit-Accessible Offices in the Nation, Report Says

DENVER — A new report by real estate firm Transwestern found that 71 percent of Denver’s office space is transit-accessible. The Mile High City has the highest percentage in the nation, compared to 15 of the country’s biggest markets. According to the report, Denver has 103 million square feet of transit accessible office space, with …

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Consolidation of UA Flight-Training Center in Stapleton Underway

View here According to a $26.6 million construction permit for the property at 7401 E Martin Luther King Jr., the consolidation of United Airlines’ flight-training facility in Denver is underway. Back in 2015 United Continental Holdings Inc. (NYSE: UAL) announced that it would consolidate its two flight-training facilities at its existing location …

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The Opus Group Completes Mixed-Use Luxury Apartments in Centennial

DENVER – The Opus Group (Opus) have completed The Glenn, a six-story 306-unit multifamily development in Centennial. The pedestrian-friendly building has 2,100 square feet of ground level retail, which currently is available for lease. Named in honor of local entrepreneur and philanthropist, Glenn Jones, the transit-oriented development is located just two …

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DIA Celebrates 25th Anniversary of World-Renowned Pedestrian Bridge

By Nicole C. Marshall, MBA, Curated Communications This week, the Denver International Airport (DEN), and its design team, is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the construction of its Pedestrian Bridge, one of only two of its kind that are built in the world today. The bridge, connecting the Main Terminal with Concourse A …

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Industrial Park to Bring Rail-Served New Construction to Denver

DENVER – A new 55-acre in-fill, rail-served industrial development is coming to the I-76 corridor in Commerce City. Mid-Rail Industrial Park as it will be called, will be the first new construction project to offer railway access to central Denver in recent memory. CBRE’s Jim Bolt, Mike Camp and Todd Witty are marketing …

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PCL Construction Building a New RTD Parking Garage

DENVER— As part of the voter-approved RTD transit expansion program, PCL Construction Services, Inc. has begun construction of a new parking garage at the Thornton Crossroads-104th Station on the North Metro Rail Line. The 18.5-mile commuter rail line will run from Denver Union Station through Commerce City, Northglenn and Thornton. This expanded commuter …

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Luxury Apartment Community Breaks Ground in West Wash Park

DENVER— A luxury apartment community in Denver’s Washington Park neighborhood recently broke ground. Mill Creek Residential, a leading multifamily investor and operator specializing in premier apartment communities across the U.S., is targeting an early 2020 completion. The community, located at 400 N. Grant Street just southeast of downtown, will feature 241 apartment homes and …

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Studio PBA Finalize Preliminary Design of TOD in Aurora

AURORA — Situated directly adjacent to RTD’s R Line, which runs along the I225 corridor in Aurora, Studio PBA’s Alta Fitzsimons is a transit-oriented development poised to serve as a catalyst for development in the surrounding neighborhood. The site, formerly home to a storage facility, is located within walking distance of the Fitzsimons …

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Hyatt Place Hotel Breaks Ground at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT

DENVER — McWHINNEY has broken ground on a new 226-room LEED Silver Hyatt Place hotel at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT. Peña Station NEXT is a transit-oriented, mixed-use development adjacent to Denver International Airport and easily accessible by the University of Colorado A Line Train. Embodying and delivering advanced technology, a robust fiber backbone, …

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Event Recap: NAIOP Point/Counterpoint Public Policy Forum

By Liz Gibbons DENVER — NAIOP and guest panelists came together on Tuesday for a discussion of public policy issues impacting commercial real estate development along the Front Range. Moderated by Krista Kafer, Denver Post columnist and adjunct professor of communication at Regis University, NAIOP Colorado hosted a public policy forum, Point/Counterpoint, to …

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