Suntec Concrete Completes Project Milestone at 3000 Huron
Phoenix, Arizona-based Suntec Concrete, the largest commercial concrete construction company in the Southwest, recently completed a significant project milestone at one of downtown Denver’s tallest luxury apartment projects, currently under construction in the Union Station neighborhood.
3000 Huron, a 354,000-square-foot, 14-story project, will include 300 residential units over 229 structured parking spaces. At 150 feet, 3000 Huron will uniquely extend above the neighboring projects in the area, ensuring expansive downtown and mountain views for units ranging from 600-square-foot studios to 1,200-square-foot 2-bedroom units.
Earlier this month, Suntec completed the concrete pours for the level 5 podium deck, paving the way for the construction of the residential portion of the project (floors 5-13). Level 4 will include a private members club that includes a lap pool, extensive indoor and outdoor amenity spaces such as a yoga studio, fitness, dining and lounge areas, and a co-working space for remote-working tenants.
“This is a big week for this project, for us, and for everything to follow,” says Matt Rogers, vice president of Suntec Concrete. “This is the start of our story in the downtown Denver market and the first of many more to come.”
The project broke ground in October 2021 and is scheduled to be completed in December 2023. Chicago-based CA Ventures is the developer for the project. Shears Adkins Rockmore (SA+R) is the architect and Brinkmann Constructors is the general contractor.
With an office in Commerce City, Suntec began working in the Colorado market over six years ago with another CA Ventures project in Ft. Collins and since then has continued building in the tilt-up industrial and structural markets. Suntec has completed notable projects such as The Gaylord of the Rockies, 76 Commerce Center, a 1.8 million square foot Class A industrial development, and Project Peak for Shamrock foods.
Suntec looks forward to building on these successes and growing its portfolio in Denver. “We want to be a local turnkey structural solution that construction teams look to partner with in the Denver market,” says Rogers.
Visuals courtesy of Small Giants