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World Trade Center Denver Begins Demolition Stage

On April 14, demolition began of the existing buildings at 3800 Blake St., to make way for the 350,000-square-foot World Trade Center Denver office campus. Denver-based Developer FORMATIV and Chicago-based Golub & Company expect to break ground on this highly anticipated project in the second quarter and open in 2021.

The dynamic new campus will include state-of-the art conference center and training facilities, a flagship business hotel and globally-themed restaurants and retail stores. It will be both the headquarters for established global companies and an incubator for aspiring global entrepreneurs. An exciting and vibrant international hub in the heart of Denver.

On March 11, the development team held a Kick Off celebration for the new campus.

“We are thrilled to be kicking off the demo and site preparation phase of the WTC Denver Campus. This project is first and foremost a new approach to what a modern office environment should be: one campus that connects businesses – both the international community and entrepreneurs, fosters innovation, enhances community, and embraces the latest technology. Demo has begun on the site followed by vertical construction later this summer,” stated Josh Marinos, COO of FORMATIV.

The goal of the World Trade Center Denver project has remained unchanged since the project was first announced: deliver a transformative development centered around international business, innovation, and connectivity. Furthermore, create a hub for visitors and locals alike that celebrates the surrounding communities and vibrancy of the RiNo Art District. With unparalleled access to the 38th and Blake A-Line Commuter Rail stop, World Trade Center Denver will be at the center of it all and connected to the rest of the world.

Photos courtesy of FORMATIV

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