Mr. Robert E. Warren III (Trey) AIA, a practicing architect, is currently the Vice President of Front Range Land and Development; the master development entity for Belleview Station in Denver, CO. As master developer, FRL‐D has taken the lead in securing all entitlements for the property including participating in the drafting of the TMU‐30 zoning for the City of Denver as well as setting forth the terms and conditions of the General Development Plan as approved by Denver. As an architect, Mr. Warren supervises the ongoing master planning and visioning efforts
that consistently evolve with the market. Trey works closely with the vertical development community to identify and advance development opportunities consistent with the General Development Plan, infrastructure plan, and internal vision for the project. Trey also supervises the design and construction of all utilities and site improvements including streetscape, landscape design, as well as signage and public art.
Trey chairs the Belleview Station Architectural Control Committee that was established by FRL‐D as a means to enforce the vision of the project. In this role he supervised the drafting of the Design Standards and Guidelines for city staff, and also the Design Criteria set forth by FRL‐D.
Trey also sits on the Madre Metropolitan District board of directors. The Madre District is the funding mechanism for the construction, operation and maintenance of the public infrastructure at Belleview Station.
Trey is president of the Belleview Station Public Improvement Company that has been established to build and manage a complex shared public parking program, and vice president of the Belleview Station Master Owners Association that has been formed to employ travel demand management strategies, marketing, and dispute resolution for the benefit of all user groups within the development.
Trey attended Northwestern University and Columbia University, and the University of Colorado where he received his Masters degree in Architecture.
Trey started his architecture career with Fentress (Bradburn) Architects in Denver. He practiced Architecture in Vail, Colorado for 15 years with Morter Architects where he specialized in resort condominium projects.
Mr. Warren has two children, Madeline (21) and Zoe (20) who attend Southern Methodist University and the University of Colorado, respectively.