Vectra Bank to Break Ground on Corporate Center at I-25 and Belleview
Denver-based Vectra Bank will hold a virtual groundbreaking ceremony this week to mark the start of construction on the bank’s new corporate center at I-25 and Belleview Station. The three-year, multi-million-dollar project represents a significant real estate investment during an uncertain and challenging time.
The 127,000-square-foot, nine-story, mixed-use building, scheduled to open in December 2022, will bring together more than 200 employees from across the metro area to serve Vectra’s customers and facilitate the bank’s future growth.
“We’ve been working with leading real estate development firm Confluent Development and architecture firm Open Studio Architecture to incorporate a number of unique, modern features for our employees and the general public,” says Bruce Alexander, CEO of Vectra Bank. “Throughout this project, we remain committed to our customers, to our employees, to Colorado, and to our shareholders while we confidently move forward to build a corporate center that will serve at the center of our bank – supporting operations, and our brand promise of ‘Big Enough to Count/Small Enough to Care’– today and in the years ahead.”
Prominent within its architecturally distinctive design, the new Vectra Corporate Center will offer expansive views, the latest in energy-efficiency, sustainability and green construction, collaborative spacing for employees, state-of-the-art technology and the utmost attention to health, wellness, safety, accessibility and security. A hallmark feature includes a 4,300-square-foot conference center set up to accommodate employee training as well as public events. Beyond four floors of office space and four floors of parking, the Vectra Corporate Center will also house one floor of commercial retail space including a Vectra Bank branch as an amenity for employees as well as the public.
The Vectra Corporate Center will be located across the street from the Belleview Light Rail Station, proximate to restaurants, cultural venues, business services and residential options.
Four floors of car parking is not green or sustainable, and just induces more driving. To add insult to injury, all that parking is 50 feet from a light rail station. Better than nothing though.