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Denver’s Largest Class A Office Project Breaks Ground this Week

This Thursday, April 21, Riverside Investment & Development Company in partnership with Convexity Properties and Canyon Partners Real Estate will officially break ground on 1900 Lawrence, a Class A trophy office tower in downtown Denver. The 30-story project, totaling over 700,000 square feet of office space and 10,000 square feet of …

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Mile High Trendy Office: Udemy in Denver’s LoDo

The days of dull cubicle spaces are long gone for Udemy. Their new modern office has been refreshed! Udemy, the global marketplace for learning and teaching online, has an office nestled in the heart of Denver’s LoDo neighborhood, located at 1860 Blake Street Denver, in a historic building constructed in …

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Non Plus Ultra Adds to its Growing Denver Portfolio

Following the news late last year that Non Plus Ultra — a company that activates dark properties as event spaces — was taking over four iconic Denver properties: the Denver Sports Castle, Denver Rock Drill, and the former Denver Post Printing Plant, the company has added two new venues to its growing …

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Hotel Clio Debuts in Cherry Creek North

Following a multi-million-dollar transformation, Marriott has announced the opening of Hotel Clio, a Luxury Collection Hotel in Cherry Creek North. Owned by DiamondRock Hospitality Company and operated by Denver-based Sage Hospitality Group, the luxury hotel boasts 199 spacious and stylish guest rooms and suites, a fully reinvigorated lobby experience, along with refreshed …

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The Single Source of Truth: Jobsite Innovation for Optimal Workflow

By Tim Jarvey In the construction world, a construction manager’s role often revolves around a seemingly never-ending barrage of challenges from every conceivable direction. From clients, deliveries, engineering and a sea of subcontractors, the sheer volume of players and information involved across a project’s entire lifecycle is staggering. Each party brings a …

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Apartment Project Including Live-Work and Affordable Units Breaks Ground in Downtown Denver

Serving as the developer, design-builder, interior designer, architect and structural engineer of record, The Opus Group has officially started the construction of KALACO Apartments, a 280-unit multifamily development across the street from the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver at the southwest intersection of Colfax and Kalamath. The seven-story apartment building will offer studios, …

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How Prefabrication Benefits Contractors More Than Ever Before

By Jamie Hodges More and more contractors are choosing prefabrication due to the many benefits it provides on today’s job sites. From the enhanced quality and reduced waste to efficiency and cost savings, building components of a structure offsite and transporting and assembling them on the jobsite enables contractors to have more control …

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LoDo Towers Achieves UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for Indoor Air

According to CIM Group, a community-focused real estate and infrastructure owner, operator, lender, and developer, LoDo Towers, consisting of two Class B+ 16- and 13-story office towers totaling more than 420,000 square feet in downtown Denver, has achieved the UL Verified Healthy Building Mark for Indoor Air. UL, the global safety …

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Rowland + Broughton Create Inviting New Reception Area at Aspen Art Museum

Rowland+Broughton recently completed the design and installation of an inviting new reception desk titled “Beginning” for the Aspen Art Museum. Inspired by wood as a solid natural material with strength of character and referencing the continuing renewal of the surrounding Roaring Fork Valley forest, the design repurposes recycled fir, which has historically …

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Snyder Building Construction Completes New Fast-Casual Dining Location

Snyder Building Construction, a commercial general contractor providing tenant improvement, commercial ground-up, and restaurant/retail construction, is excited to announce the completion of the new Teriyaki Madness location in Broomfield. Specializing in “huge” Japanese-style teriyaki bowls made with fresh, whole ingredients, this 1,300-square-foot, fast-casual dining experience took over an existing building, which required a full gut …

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