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DIA’s Major Airlines Dispute Aspects of $1.3B Deal for Terminal Renovation

View here According to The Denver Post, DIA’s major airlines have requested a four-month delay on renovations that include moving its main security checkpoints upstairs, expanding passenger capacity, and adding food and retail options. The airlines reportedly object to security plans, overall costs and other aspects of the 34-year partial privatization arrangement, …

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Plumbing Company Breaks Ground on New HQ in Broomfield

Broomfield, CO — Ex-Kansas plumbing company, Viega LLC, a manufacturer of plumbing and HVAC equipment, broke ground on its new 55,000-square-foot North American headquarters, along with a 24,000-square-foot training facility in Broomfield, CO. OZ Architecture, an award-winning, national architecture and design firm, was selected by Viega LLC to lead the master planning and …

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$60M Mixed-Use Development in Castle Rock Breaks Ground

DENVER – Riverwalk at Castle Rock, a $60 million mixed-use development in Castle Rock, will break ground this morning. The announcement was made by Colorado-based Confluence Companies, who has completed 21 residential multi-family projects in the Denver Metro Area since 2010, with more than 2,100 total units, and currently has five …

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Downtown Denver Development Map Highlights $5.3 Billion in Total Investment Since 2012

DENVER – The Downtown Denver Partnership has released its 2017 Downtown Denver Development Map detailing projects that have been completed or are currently under construction since January 2012. During this time, $5.3 billion of total investment in development has been completed or is under construction in Downtown Denver, totaling 87 …

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Nichols Partnership to Redevelop Full-Block Site in Downtown Denver

DENVER – Sakura Square LLC and Tri-State/Denver Buddhist Temple (Temple) have chosen the Nichols Partnership/Barry Hirschfeld, Jr. team as their preferred developer for the redevelopment of Sakura Square and the Temple in downtown Denver. Sakura Square covers one square block bordered by Larimer, Lawrence, 19th and 20th Streets. “We are excited to enter into …

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Fortune 500 Company Relocates to Arapahoe County to Expand Denver Operation

DENVER – Transwestern’s Denver office recently announced Olympic Metals (A Bralco Metals Company), a division of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., is developing a new facility in Arapahoe County. Transwestern’s Craig Paton and Craig Bustos sold the current facility in Commerce City and represented Olympic Metals in the land acquisition for its new …

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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 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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Alta SoBo
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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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Mixed-Use Development to Transform Eight RiNo Acres

DENVER — Six city blocks of Denver’s River North Arts District (RiNo) adjacent to the 38th and Blake transit station will soon be one of the most interesting destinations in Denver to live, work, innovate, design or visit. The planned mixed-use development is being called Giambrocco and its mix of existing adaptive …

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