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The Beck Group Promotes First Hispanic into Leadership Role

The Beck Group, the award-winning architecture and construction firm, has promoted Matthew Archuletta to lead its Denver office. Archuletta, who formerly held the position of project executive, is the first Hispanic-American at the international firm to assume the leadership role of regional director. Beck CEO Fred Perpall commented on Archuletta’s …

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Pinkard Completes Spoke on Coffman Affordable Housing 

Boulder County Housing Authority (BCHA), with Pinkard Construction and RNN Architects, has completed construction on the Spoke on Coffman. A ground-up, mixed-use affordable housing complex. The $28.8 million project consists of 73 affordable housing units including 59 one-bedroom homes; 10 two-bedroom homes; and four three-bedroom homes. Additionally, there is 10,000 square feet …


Target Fully Leases Prologis Broadway Distribution Center in Denver

Prologis, the global leader in logistics real estate, has fully leased its Broadway Distribution Center, a brand new 141,524-square-foot Class A industrial/distribution building located at 6300 North Broadway in Denver, to Target Corporation. Steve Hager, Matt Trone, SIOR, and Joey Trinkle with Cushman & Wakefield together with Keiffer Garton, vice president …


Sought-After Property at the Southwest Corner of Colorado and I-25 to be Redeveloped

Denver-based real estate development and investment duo Forum Investment Group and Brookhaven Capital Partners have purchased a marquee, 2.6-acre site at the southwest corner of Colorado Boulevard and I-25, currently home to a La Quinta Inn and free-standing Perkins restaurant. Forum plans to develop a 5-story, 300-unit multifamily community according to a press release. A …


Carraway on Penn Tops Out in Platt Park Neighborhood

Pinkard Construction and OZ Architecture have completed the external structure for Carraway on Penn, a new 42-unit, approximately 34,619-square-foot multifamily residential property, with a focus on small unit sizes with lower monthly gross rents. The project is located just two blocks from the Louisiana/Pearl light rail station in Denver’s desirable Platt Park neighborhood. Confluent …


Infrastructure Solutions Firm Expands in Downtown Denver

HNTB, a leading infrastructure solutions firm, has signed a lease for additional office space at its downtown Denver office. The firm’s expansion enables HNTB to meet its current growth plans in the Denver metro region. The office’s central location at 1700 Lincoln Street, Suite 2450, provides prime accessibility for HNTB …

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Construction of Affordable Housing Community in Littleton Underway

Construction has begun on Trailhead Community’s affordable housing project in Littleton. The first-of-its-kind apartment complex in Colorado will allocate 50 percent of its 80 units for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the other 50 percent for seniors and working professionals. A cooperative management model will integrate residents to create …

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RATIO Architect and Preservationist Dennis Humphries, AIA, Named Consulting Principal

Continuing his 40+ years of practicing architecture, Dennis Humphries, AIA, architect and co-founding partner of RATIO Design (RATIO) Denver Studio, will be moving into a consulting principal role on September 1. Humphries is recognized for his preservation, civic, and public library work. He has built a reputation as a community leader …


Historic Denver Union Station Celebrates 8th Anniversary of $54M Renovation

This month, the historic Denver Union Station is celebrating the 8th anniversary of its $54 million renovation. Widely recognized as the heart of downtown Denver, more than 10 million people visit the landmark station annually – both passing through the transit hub and visiting the award-winning Crawford Hotel, the 10 …


Non Residential Construction Spending Projected to Increase Due to Strong Gains in Manufacturing and Retail

Construction spending on buildings is projected to increase just over nine percent this year and another six percent in 2023, according to a new report from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). While the outlook for the broader economy has become more uncertain, the prospects for construction spending have improved …