Award-Winning Crossroads Commerce Park Development Announces Completion
DENVER – Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced the Crossroads Commerce Park project located in central Denver has recently been completed and honored with multiple industry awards. Ware Malcomb provided architecture services for the project and Jansen Strawn Consulting Engineers, a Ware Malcomb Company, provided civil engineering services.
A joint venture of Trammell Crow Company and Principal Global Investors, Crossroads Commerce Park is a modern, master-planned development of nearly one million-square-feet of Class A industrial space situated near the prime interchange of Interstates 25 and 70 in Denver. Crossroads Commerce Park’s 58.5 net acres and flexible site plan features multiple building sizes ranging from 17,000 to 376,000-square-feet with cross-dock, front-park/front-load and front-park/rear-load designs. The project includes both lease and build-to-suit opportunities for owners and tenants.
The civil engineering team provided the infrastructure design for the entire park; along with entitlement and development plan processing for the specific buildings on the Adams County and Denver portions of the property. The project marks a significant achievement in the effort to redevelop Denver’s Globeville neighborhood by reclaiming a former brownfield site once heavily polluted by the smelting industry.
Crossroads Commerce Park was recently named the 2017 Infill Project of the Year by the Urban Land Institute’s Colorado Chapter, as well as the 2016 Industrial Development of the Year by the Colorado Chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association.
“It was an exciting challenge to design state-of-the-art multi-tenant industrial buildings along with build-to-suit options to meet the needs of a variety of companies in central Denver,” said Matt Chaiken, Principal of Ware Malcomb. “This project’s indelible impact on the community and the entire city will be felt for many years to come.”
Murray & Stafford served as General Contractor for the project.