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Ware Malcomb Moves to New Larger Office Space at Broadway Station

Design firm Ware Malcomb has moved its Denver operations into a new larger office space at Broadway Station located at 900 S Broadway, Suite 320 in Denver. The new office will be the firm’s second largest in North America, providing architecture, planning, interior design, civil engineering, branding and building measurement …

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Unico Properties Completes Platte Street Plaza

Unico Properties, a subsidiary of Unico Investment Group LLC, recently completed Platte Street Plaza, a community amenity space at the base of the Highland Bridge. The project was made possible through a public/private partnership between Unico Properties LLC and the City & County of Denver, with the $1.7 million in …

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Lessons in Office Space Technology and Space Design

By Mary Kay Sunset, principal, Semple Brown, Marci Auston, principal, OfficeScapes, and Travis Deatherage, president, Linx Multimedia. A little more than 24 months ago, OfficeScapes and LINX opened their new Market Street Studio, designed by Semple Brown and OfficeScapes. The Studio is designed to create a new kind of hands-on, try-it-out collaborative …

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Cognizant Technology Solutions Selects Abel Design Group for Cognizant Accelerator Boulder Office

When Cognizant Technology Solutions (Cognizant) acquired Boulder-area start up Quick Left, Cognizant Accelerator was formed. As a global tech giant, Cognizant has global office design standards, and as a national account for Abel Design Group, those standards were implemented for the design of two of the Cognizant California offices. With …

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New Crocs HQ Positions Company for Growth

By Katie Rapone, editor Iconic casual footwear manufacturer Crocs Inc., announced today the opening of its brand new state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Broomfield, and the timing could not be better for Colorado’s economy. The approximately 90,000-square-foot facility will allow Crocs to significantly expand its ability to hire more full-time employees. The company has moved …

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What’s Next for Office Space?

By Andrea Staucet, vice president, Agency Leasing, JLL Returning to a ‘new normal’ in the commercial office world is beginning to look different. According to Gensler’s 2020 US Work From Home Survey, encouraging reports show that most employees miss having the opportunity to interact with their colleagues face-to-face and are eager to …

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The S/L/A/M Collaborative Acquires Five Heery Architectural Design Practices from CBRE

The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM), a leading national architectural firm with an office in Denver, has announced a strategic acquisition of five CBRE Heery architectural design practices focused on healthcare, sports facilities and justice, which will be known as Heery Design, a SLAM Studio. CBRE, which acquired Heery in 2017, will retain full …

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Colorado Shared Workspace Provider to Open Littleton Location

Shift Workspaces, Colorado’s first hospitality-driven shared workspace provider, will open its new downtown Littleton location on July 1. Located at 2679 Main St., Shift Littleton is a unique and dynamic addition to the submarket’s office mix as more businesses and employees seek out flexible, amenitizied workspaces closer to home. The …

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Apartment Project Proposed for 19th and Chestnut

A multi-family project consisting of 198 apartment units is proposed for 2059 19th Street, at the intersection of 19th and Chestnut in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood. The 13-story project includes studios and one to four bedroom units, which will feature prominently in the two slender, brick-clad vertical forms. According to …

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Healthcare Design Solutions to Prepare for a Pandemic

By Bob Mooney, senior architect, The Neenan Company The healthcare industry is grappling with countless challenges in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, from the influx of patients creating capacity concerns for facilities to an overworked workforce and a limited supply of medical equipment. Many areas of the business are feeling the strain …

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