McCarthy Building Companies
ConstructionOffice

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Moves into Historic Building on Denver’s Platte Street

DENVER – McCarthy Building Companies, Inc, the oldest privately held national construction company in America, recently moved into its new home in Denver’s Platte Street neighborhood. Located at 2401 15th Street in the historic A.H. Root Building, McCarthy worked with TreanorHL Architecture on the interior design to finish the 6,000-square-foot, third-floor space. Keiding …

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Denver World Trade Center
Construction

JE Dunn Construction Co. Selected as GC for Denver World Trade Center Project

View here JE Dunn Construction Co. will provide the general contracting services on the proposed $200 million World Trade Center Denver development that will break ground at 38th Avenue and Blake Street, during the first quarter of 2018. JE Dunn will work with Denver’s Oz Architecture on the project. Image courtesy of Oz …

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New Warehouse Construction
BrokerageConstruction

Warehouse Lease Pre-Commitments Reach New High in Denver

DENVER – Almost half of the 167 million square feet of U.S. warehouse space currently under construction—72 million square feet—is already pre-committed to tenants, primarily e-commerce, third-party logistics and retail users, according to a new report from CBRE Group, Inc. At 3.2 million square feet, Denver is ranked tenth in the nation for …

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ConstructionHospitality

Denver 7th in Nation for New Hotel Room Construction

View here According to hotel research company STR’s May 2017 Pipeline Report, Denver is ahead of Las Vegas, Washington, D.C. and Chicago for new hotel construction. The Denver Business Journal article reports that 4,872 hotel rooms are currently under construction right now in Denver, which is a 64.3 percent increase in building compared …

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ConstructionDevelopmentIndustrial

Denver Water’s $195M Campus Overhall

View here Construction on Denver Water’s $195 million overhaul of its 34.6-acre campus southwest of downtown is expected to include new conservation techniques. The campus will include landscaping design to capture, hold and filter rainwater on site, to irrigate the landscape. Denver Water is working with Trammell Crow, a real estate developer, as …

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GE johnson
ConstructionDesignDevelopment

GE Johnson Break Ground on United States Olympic Museum

Colorado Springs, CO – On Friday, June 9, GE Johnson Construction Company broke ground on the United States Olympic Museum (USOM) – the future home of Team USA’s legacy. The ceremony was attended by many state and local officials – including Governor John Hickenlooper, Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, members of …

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ArchitectureConstructionOffice

Minnesota Developer Chooses Denver to Expand

View here Doran Cos. has selected Denver for its first office outside of the Minneapolis market. Denver’s appeal as a hot transit-hub was the biggest draw for the company. Kuechle said that magnetic effect convinced his company, which also does construction and architecture, to open a Denver office. Image courtesy of Flickr.

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Alta SoBo
ArchitectureConstructionDevelopmentMultifamily

JLL secures $31.8M in Construction Financing for Alta SoBo Station

DENVER — JLL’s Capital Markets experts have secured $31.8 million in construction financing on behalf of a joint venture between Stockbridge and Wood Partners. The loan will be used for the development of Alta SoBo Station, a 187-unit, transit-oriented multifamily community located three miles from downtown Denver in the South Broadway submarket. Chicago-based …

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WCNR Site CSU
ArchitectureConstruction

Design-Build Team Breaks Ground on CSU’S Natural Resources Building

Fort Collins, CO — Design-builder Pinkard Construction Company  and 4240 Architecture, has begun construction on CSU’s Michael Smith Natural Resources Building addition. Located on the main campus, the Michael Smith Natural Resources (MSNR) building addition and renovation adds four stories and approximately 42,800-square-feet of new space to the south of the existing Warner College of Natural …

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ConstructionDevelopment

Colorado Supreme Court Makes Landmark Ruling for Condo Developers

View here Monday’s Colorado Supreme Court decision allowing condominium developers to require arbitration in the case of construction-defects disputes, is equally as important as the defects-reform bill that Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law last month.

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