Miller’s Landing Appoints Rise Commercial Property Services

With availability 18 to 24 months away, the team at Miller’s Landing—one of Southeast Denver’s newest, mixed use commercial development projects—is now taking proactive steps to share the vision for a new kind of office design that will place health, safety and smart spaces at the forefront of the development’s first 150,000-square-foot office building. The team is underway with the design of the multi-tenant building and has appointed Rise Commercial Property Services, a leader in providing proactive and responsive real estate services, to communicate the heightened standards the building will achieve.

“Covid-19 is obviously a game changer to commercial real estate, and the development at Miller’s Landing will be well-positioned to provide office users with a healthy, safe and technologically advanced work environment,” said Linda Kaboth of Rise. “There are companies that will continue to require office space to function, and we understand that they will demand a highly-refined office building for their employees to feel safe and comfortable in. The design and construction team is already underway with plans and concepts that will address this demand and place this office building at the forefront of the office market.”

P3 Advisors is the master developer of the property. In addition to P3 Advisors, the development team includes Crown Community Development, a part of the Chicago-based Henry Crown and Company and Norris Design.

Some of the early design features of the office building include:

  • Implementing SmartTown technology ( which will provide the office building and entire Miller’s Landing development with the convenience, speed and features of large-scale smart city technology.
  • Modern HVAC system provides a healthy indoor environment
  • SMART Interconnectivity technology with redundant capacity
  • Sustainable construction and efficient building systems to reduce operating costs
  • Abundant natural lighting and stunning views of the Rockies
  • Interior lighting that maximizes health and productivity
  • Natural architecture with prominent wood beams and floors
  • Flexible design allows tenants to create spaces that meets their needs

In addition to the technology and design features of the building itself, Miller’s Landing is located away from the packed concrete canyons of downtown in a parklike setting.  The natural, unconfined landscape provides the design team with the opportunity to incorporate more outdoor spaces into the footprint, allowing workers to access fresh air and light.

Heightened customer service will also be a highlight of the building, which will be managed by Rise’s parent company Hospitality at Work (H@W).

“The H@W team will bring hospitality inspired services and programming to the office environment, and the tenants at Miller’s Landing will have a work experience like no other,” said Ms. Kaboth. “They will enjoy and benefit from an on-site building host, tenant programming and event hosting, health and wellness programs, seasonal activities, volunteering and donation drives and tenant service coordination.”

Miller’s Landing is on a 65-acre-site, perched above Interstate 25 and Plum Creek Parkway and offers panoramic views.  The team saw an opportunity to redevelop the site positioned between the 320-acre Philip S. Miller Park and Downtown Castle Rock, converting the unimproved land site into an economic engine and complementing nearby amenities such as bike trails, zip lines, the future Snowsports 365, local shops, restaurants and urban living opportunities.

Development of Miller’s Landing will occur in four phases, over the course of seven to 10 years. The core of the development will include the 150,000 sf multi-tenant office building, rental apartments, retail and entertainment sites, as well as a full-service hotel and conference center. Surrounding the core will be a number of pad sites for single tenant corporate office use, and medical uses. The pad sites for users will range in size from 0.5 acres up to 12 acres.

Screenshot courtesy of P3 Advisors

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