Construction on 1919 Mile High Apartments Continues, Adapts to our Current Environment
In the shadow of Empower Field at Mile High, where the urban core of downtown Denver meets the residential neighborhood of Jefferson Park, we’re building 1919 Mile High Apartments, a highly amenitized, 277-unit luxury building.
Building DialogueDecember 20, 2020
Market Station: Creating a Community, Not Just a Place
For most of 2020, COVID-19 cut off the lifelines of our center city. Conventions were canceled, business travelers were grounded, and most offices were under stay-at-home protocols. While people rediscovered their back yards and turned spare bedrooms into makeshift offices, those involved in construction kept making the trek downtown every day to complete several large new projects, which were well underway when the pandemic took hold. Some large surprises will greet people when restrictions are finally lifted.
Building DialogueDecember 14, 2020
Architectural Workshop Celebrates Space from Within
After maturating through a series of firms both in Chicago and Denver, Bowers launched Architectural Workshop in 2000 from a genuine desire to develop a deeper relationship with clients. “We strive to compel a personal alignment of architecture to client needs by imaging solutions that go beyond constraints and opportunities to reach the highest level of design we can achieve.”
Building DialogueDecember 6, 2020
McGregor Square Mixed-Use Win for LoDo & Fitting Tribute for Rockies Exec
Before his sudden passing in 2010, Keli McGregor was the beloved Colorado Rockies team president. By all accounts, he was a gifted leader blessed with an infectious personality, warm heart, natural grace and a passion for family. And perhaps most endearing was the fact that he treated everyone with kindness, whether it was a parking lot attendant, All-Star first baseman or an 8-year-old seeing her first game.
Building DialogueNovember 29, 2020
5 Reasons the Denver Metro Area Will be a Post-Pandemic ‘Winner’
For months, our communities, our nation and the world have hit an unprecedented pause. The full economic impact has yet to be felt and for some sectors – retail and hospitality in particular – the COVID-19 shutdown has already been highly damaging. Many businesses are left wondering: Will this get worse before it gets better? Naturally, many businesses are strategically putting big decisions on hold for six months or longer. But there is some good news amid all the uncertainty.
Building DialogueNovember 22, 2020
Designing MF with Emphasis on Lifestyle, Community and Flexibility
Months of little external contact have actually reinforced for many how important human contact is. Humans are wired for socialization.So, while physical distancing in shared spaces may become a temporary norm, communal spaces that were popular prepandemic will retain their value.
Building DialogueNovember 15, 2020
Air Quality is Key to Safely Returning to the Workplace
As companies and organizations consider how to best adjust workplace operations in spaces that were designed in a precoronavirus world, building owners and occupants should take a close look at a key factor that appears to have a significant impact on infection rates: indoor air quality.
Building DialogueNovember 8, 2020
Denver Health Outpatient Medical Center: Arriving Soon in the Denver Health Care Community
An iconic gateway building for the Denver Health cam pus is nearing completion at the intersection of Bannock Street and Speer Boulevard in Denver. The new facility focuses on the needs of outpatients, visitors and care providers, and will dramatically increase access and convenience for the nearly 678,000 outpatient visits to Denver Health each year.
Building DialogueNovember 1, 2020
W Aspen and the Sky Residences Looks to Future, Respects Past
Designing the first new-build boutique hotel in Aspen in over 20 years, and W Hotel’s only alpine resort in the United States, came with singular challenges. Not only did it need to respect and enhance its surroundings, but also it needed to appeal to the next generation of global travelers while maintaining the spirit of the longstanding locals-favorite hotel it was replacing.
Building DialogueOctober 25, 2020
Southern Colorado’s The Mae on Cascade Sets New Standard in Urban Living
The Mae on Cascade pays homage to icon and namesake Fannie Mae Duncan. An African-American entrepreneur, philanthropist and community activist, Fannie Mae brought world-class jazz, style and glamour to Colorado Springs in the 1950s and ’60s. As the creator and owner of the Cotton Club, she was a trailblazer – elegant and refined, yet resolute and bold.
Building DialogueOctober 18, 2020