In today’s environment, it is rare and exciting to design a structure that not only incorporates some of today’s most modern architectural elements, but also challenges the team to include features that build community – both inside and outside of the building.
The amount of construction in Colorado, while sometimes hard on traffic, is a welcome sign of growth for the state, which will be home to an estimated 7.8 million people by 2040. While there are many notable development projects across the region, perhaps the most interesting construction case studies are happening right now in downtown Denver.
Fried chicken served out of a waffle cone and ice cream served out of a 30-foot tall churn bucket are just a taste of the unique experiences coming to The Exchange in Fort Collins this fall. This redevelopment will extend Fort Collins’ downtown corridor a block farther north and exchange an underutilized space with something truly unique in the Choice...
This is a good time for American cities. After half a century of decline, people are craving the communality of urban environments and all that cities have to offer. Post-war urban planning, through programs such as the Federal Highway Act, slum clearance and the Model Cities Initiative, often damaged the urban fabric.
I’m walking into Shears Adkins Rockmore for the first time and … wait, what? Where’s the grand lobby? No perky receptionist? No awards on display? Am I in the right place? I look around at the door to make sure I didn’t make a wrong turn. Nope, this is the place.
Clairvoyance is the ability to perceive things in the future beyond normal sensory contact. Such a skill would be an asset in commercial real estate development, where intuition must be carefully balanced by the analysis of a broad range of conditions, challenge, and constraints reaching far beyond the capacity of mere instinct.
Exuberance is an asset, a fountain of internal inspiration that often becomes infectious when nurtured, spreading to others nearby, to the work at hand, and ultimately informing the finished product of the pursuit it is applied to. As Rowland+Broughton celebrates 15 years of architectural success and firm growth, exuberance and passion remain high.
Straddling LoDo’s past and future, 16 Chestnut is one of the final pieces of the Union Station puzzle. It’s the final project in the heart of “the Saunders block,” so nicknamed for the numerous buildings Englewood-based Saunders Construction has built there.
S *Park is a mixed-use residential development nestled between Denver’s historic Curtis Park neighborhood and the vibrant River North Art District. Designed to connect humans with nature in an increasingly dense urban environment and putting sustainability first for every construction decision, the net-zero building includes a large central park, outdoor gardens and a rooftop greenhouse.
Major global hotel brands are successful for a reason. They’ve cracked the code for customer loyalty by providing a sense of predictability, safety and ease of use for guests through a high level of standardization.