Located on the former campus of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center approximately three miles southeast of Downtown Denver’s Central Business District, 9th & Colorado is a prominent and highly anticipated urban infill project. The project comprises two million square feet of new development on 26 acres. A highly walkable development, 9th and Colorado is designed to compliment and connect with the surrounding residential neighborhoods, integrating open space and pedestrian amenities with a mix of uses including residential, office, retail and hospitality. The project includes the adaptive reuse of the Nurse’s Dormitory ensuring 9th and Colorado reflects the history of the site while creating a new iconic neighborhood. Saunders Construction, Inc. Shears-Adkins Rockmore Architects, LLC
Stay in the shadow of Colorado’s Front Range at our hotel in Westminster, CO. Walk out the door to hike the 12-mile Big Dry Creek Trail, or take Route 36 west to the summits of Rocky Mountain National Park. In the city, explore the gastropubs, boutiques, and public parks of Denver and Boulder, each only 15 miles from our hotel. Milender White Construction
The goal of the Foothills redevelopment is to return the mall and surrounding area to its former status as a cultural and economic magnet for the surrounding community and broader northern Colorado region. One of the largest planned retail developments in the country, the project will attract new investment, retail spending and jobs that declined dramatically in recent decades. The project also will make the area more livable for residents with features including new outdoor community gathering spaces, a new and expanded activities center, pedestrian and bike paths connecting Foothills to mass transit and the Mason Street corridor, and other amenities. HC Beck, Ltd.
The new Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station is centrally located in the heart of downtown, just three blocks from Coors Field and Union Station, surrounded by some of Denver’s best dining, shopping and entertainment! Catch a show at the Pepsi Center or a game at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Thrilling rides and refreshing water slides await you at Colorado’s coaster capital, Elitch Gardens. No matter the activity, there is easy access via I-25, or by public transportation from Union Station.Alliance Construction Solutions JG Johnson Architects
Infinity LoHi is a 266,465 square foot apartment complex with 273 units, located at 28th Avenue and Vallejo Street in the Lower Highlands. The development consists of 3 buildings, with 2 structures reaching 3-stories atop a concrete podium with 2 levels of parking below. The 3rd building reaches up to 5-stories following the downhill grade change.
The area consists a plethora of outdoor amenities including a pool, hot tub, fire pits, gas grills and water features, while the indoor features a conference room, fitness and yoga rooms, a bar/lounge and a coffee bar with open seating areas.
General Contractor: Milender White
Architect: Davis Partnership Architects
Hyatt Place at Depot Square is a 5-story, 101,191 square-foot hotel located in the Coulder Transit Village. This 150-room building offers expanded conference rooms on the second floor with additional guest services, conference space a pool and outdoor terraces with a corner bar and kitchen on the first floor.
The hotel is connected to the Regional transportation District (RTD) Boulder Transit Village with conventional regional bus transit and parking.
General Contractor: Milender White
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
Located in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville, this 40,339 square-foot flex building stores furniture, fixtures and equipment, hospitality and operating supplies for Benjamin West. The building is an at-grade, high bay structure with tilt-up, pre-cast concrete panel walls with no below-grade levels. Surrounded by loading docks and parking, this facility contains 29,893 square-feet of warehouse space and 10,446 square-feet of office space.
Architect: Ware Malcomb
Owner: Benjamin West
The project is located on Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Foothills Mall Redevelopment Subdivision. The site has 11.93 acres and will consist of 18 buildings with a total of 404 units and 511 bedrooms and will be built in 2 phases. Phase 1 includes Lot 6 and Lot 4. Lot 6 contains a clubhouse and a multi-family building. Lot 4 contains 5 multi-family buildings and the swimming pool. Phase 2 will include Lots 3 and 5 which will contain the remainder of the multi-family buildings.
The Foothills Mall also contains a recreational center for the public. The $5.8 million center, which is just inside the mall across from the new parking garage, replaces the Youth Activity Center formerly located on Monroe Avenue. Child development, youth and adult sports, fitness and dance programs are offered in the facility.
The site is a 26-acre urban infill that is being developed by Continuum Partners and CIM Group. The property at 9th and Colorado Boulevard has been vacant since the medical center moved to the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora in 2008.
The initial scope includes the environmental abatement and complete demolition of 15 existing buildings totaling 1,985,800 sq. ft. and interior demolition of three buildings, which are anticipated to be re-purposed as a part of the redevelopment. Additional development will provide new utilities, roads, a two block underground parking structure and infrastructure to enable future development.
The development team has proposed a $419 million redevelopment that will include 900 to 1,100 units of apartments and for-sale housing, 250,000 sq. ft. of retail and 125,000 sq. ft. of office space. The plan calls for the creation of a highly walkable and bike friendly project, integrating open green space and pedestrian amenities. The redevelopment will include a horizontal and vertical mix of uses, including residential, office, retail, restaurant, hotel and public space. The retail component will focus on creating a mix of retailers and restaurants, which will include national, regional and local businesses.
The approximately $419 million redevelopment project will receive $47.9 million in tax-increment financing approved by the City of Denver and managed through the Denver Urban Renewal Authority.