The combination of exceptional design and premium quality always emanates a certain sense of luster that’s hard to deny and easy to appreciate. In 2018, 50 Fifty, a new 185,000-square-foot office building, joined the Denver Tech Center skyline hoping to establish itself as a premier property among the area’s abundant competition.
In the Denver-Boulder tech corridor, technology-driven companies such as Derive Systems are taking over. Derive Systems, a company with multiple offices already across the United States, creates intelligent, customized driving experiences by working to advance car enhancement software.
The comforts of home don’t always translate to the office, although Denver-based cybersecurity company Optiv is enticing its locally based remote workers back to the office with a brand-new, state-of-the-art, 75,000-square-foot headquarters. The new location includes many of the comforts of home.
As smartphone users and ride-share adopters, participants in the tropes of contemporary society play an important role in catalyzing disruptive innovation. Defined as “an innovation that creates a new market and value network while disrupting an existing market and value network,” society serves as continual witness to how innovations can single-handedly transform industries, systems and, for better or worse, human...
In early 2016, HOK was asked a simple question by the U.K. Chapter of CoreNet: “Will co-working impact corporate real estate, and if so how?” That question lead to the October 2016 release of the white paper “Co-working: A Corporate Real Estate Perspective.”
St. Anthony’s Medical Center, a Level III Trauma Center, sits at roughly 9,100 feet above sea level in the mountains of Frisco. The Medical Center has a Flight For Life Colorado operation base on-site that works hand-in-hand with St. Anthony’s to save the lives of people with critical injuries within a 120-mile radius in Summit County.
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.