Several new projects will break ground this quarter, totaling 1.6 million square feet. The trend is expected to continue throughout the year, and demand for large blocks of Class A space continues to grow. Read Full Report
David Tryba founded his eponymous Denver firm in 1988 after starting his career in New York City when “a more human, urbanized city” began to bloom, he says. “That whole connectivity to the waterfront is still being formed. It was in the early stages of that where my frame of reference was formed in terms of the importance of connectivity.”
Condo construction cheer. Every apartment developer, broker and analysts I have ever spoken to has been dismayed by the lack of for-sale condominium developments in the Denver area in recent years. That may surprise those not in the industry, as the lack of condo construction has removed a competitor for the wave of high-end apartment developments in Denver in recent...
A new, state-of-the-art high school in Casper, Wyoming, is providing students interactive learning experiences and exposure to future careers. Pathways Innovation Center offers juniors and seniors in the Natrona County School System personalized education through four academies focused on multiple disciplines, including engineering and design.
Architect John David “Andy” Anderson had a message for Arnold Schwarzenegger. “We are very careful not to let people tear buildings down,” Mr. Anderson said in 1995, as the head of the powerful board called the Lower Downtown Design and Demolition Review Board.
The crane is Colorado’s new state bird. I first wrote that line, or something like it, for the Rocky Mountain News in the mid-1980s. At that time, developers from Canada, Texas and other places, were changing the skyline of Denver. Cranes are towering over Denver. Photo courtesy of GE Johnson. During that era, Republic Plaza and Tabor Center were under...
Lakehouse breaks ground tomorrow. Lakehouse is the 12-story, 206-unit condominium tower in Sloans, the mixed-use development on the former St. Anthony Hospital campus. Lakehouse sits across from Sloan’s Lake, the largest body of water in Denver.
Ever since jurisdictions began collecting development impact fees to fund public infrastructure, the development community has been concerned with these fees being fair and equitable, having a “rational