Denver Property Management Company Surpasses 1M SF in Assets

Platte Fifteen, rendering courtesy of OZ Architecture.

ColeTaylor, a Denver-based commercial property management company known for providing exceptional service and cultivating strong owner and tenant relationships, has added six buildings totaling nearly 420,000 square feet to its property management portfolio.

Following a string of recently formed property management partnerships that include the 111,744-square-foot LEED Gold-certified One Union Station and the 153,000-square-foot Platte Fifteen development in Denver, ColeTaylor, the 18-month-old firm, has surpassed 1 million square feet in assets under management.

The six-building, suburban office portfolio includes properties throughout the Denver metro region:

  • 400 Inverness: 112,000 SF, 400 Inverness Parkway, Englewood.
  • 5350 S. Roslyn: 64,000 SF, 5050 S. Roslyn St., Greenwood Village.
  • Centennial Valley II: 69,000 SF, 285 Century Pl., Louisville.
  • 141 Union: 64,000 SF, 141 Union Blvd., Lakewood.
  • Highland Park: 73,000 SF, 9359 E. Nichols Ave., Englewood.
  • 105 Technology: 38,000 SF, 105 Technology Dr., Broomfield.

“We are excited about the addition of this new portfolio and to bring our hands-on, relationship-driven approach to property management to these assets,” said Liz Taylor, partner at ColeTaylor. “While we are proud to celebrate the 1 million square foot milestone, we are eager to reintroduce these assets to the market through a mix of building improvements, strategic repositioning and exceptional service.”

ColeTaylor supports clients through all phases of the building lifecycle, from transitioning premier assets from new construction to operations to full repositioning of existing assets. By exclusively focusing on third-party property management, ColeTaylor is able to fully align with their clients’ interests, giving the team the flexibility to address their every need, expected and unexpected.


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