28th & Canyon Redevelopment

28th & Canyon Redevelopment consists of 2 Hilton branded hotels on a 114,007 square-foot site each at 5-stories. Hilton Garden Inn takes up 95,452 square-feet with 172 rooms, including 6 king suites. The average room size is 370 square-feet. A business center, meeting space and a three-meal restaurant stretch over 1,000 square-feet.

Embassy Suites varies in having the average room size at 500 square-feet with other spaces such as a 7,200 square-foot meeting space, a ballroom stretching 6,700 square-feet and a 5,700 square-foot three-meal restaurant taking up the remainder of the 172,716 square-foot building.

The project’s structural system is reinforced concrete columns supporting post-tension reinforced elevated concrete slabs. Each hotel is served by a separate 2-pipe water source heat pump loop with boilers and closed circuit cooling towers located on the roof. The premium concrete superstructure allows for a significantly longer use as compared to wood frame construction (the majority of select service hotels are wood frame).

A 2-story, 216,440 sq. ft. underground parking garage with approximately 479 spaces, including valet, serves both hotels as well as an adjacent office building.


General Contractor: Milender White

Architect: Johnson Nathan Strohe

Confluence Park Tower

The Confluence is a 34-story multi-family high-rise tower in Denver with 288 ultra-luxury units, connected to a 6-story residential tower by a 5th floor pool deck. Completed in 2017 by Clark Construction, the complex includes large penthouse units on the top 9 floors and studio and 1-2 bedroom luxury units on the first 25 levels.


General Contractor: Clark Construction

Architect: GDA Architects

Eviva Cherokee

    260,000 SF

With a focus on creating sustainable living environments within unique urban infill opportunities, the project celebrates the burgeoning cultural district within Denver’s Golden Triangle. The, 274-unit ultra-modern, highly energy-efficient luxury property includes a fitness center, conference center with business lounge and wine bar, and an elevated deck offering resort-style swimming pool and amenities. In addition to unobstructed views of the cultural district and Pike’s Peak, residents also have access to a private pocket park. The project is designed to meet LEED Gold certification, making it one of Denver’s first high-residential towers with this sustainability status.

One Belleview Station


One Belleview Station is located at the confluence of Interstate 25 and Intersetate 225. It is a high-performance, extremely efficient, employee-centric office building located at the Belleview Station light rail stop.

Developed by Prime West, in partnership with Goldman Sachs, and built by the design-build team of Gensler and The Weitz Company, the building is the premier, Class A, Transit Oriented Development, office building in the southeast submarket, Metro Denver’s largest office submarket.