Redeveloping, Repositioning Existing Assets for a New Generation

In 2018, Denver reached a record $9.4 billion in new construction. That same year, the first new high-rise in more than 30 years was constructed at 1144 15th St. While construction volume reduced slightly in 2019, several additional tall buildings are under construction or in the city’s current planning pipeline.

Building Dialogue

May 22, 2020

Former Denver Medical Depot to undergo adaptive reuse, designed by Tryba

Tryba Architects is the lead designer in the renovation and adaptive reuse of the former Denver Medical Depot, which is located at East 38th Avenue and Steele Street in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood. ScanlanKemperBard recently purchased the 482,700-square-foot industrial warehouse, which sits on a 32-acre site, for $76.6 million. Hyder Construction is the general contractor tapped for the project, which will begin this spring.

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 9, 2020

Former Denver Medical Depot to undergo adaptive reuse, designed by Tryba Architects

Tryba Architects is the lead designer in the renovation and adaptive reuse of the former Denver Medical Depot, which is located at East 38th Avenue and Steele Street in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood. ScanlanKemperBard recently purchased the 482,700-square-foot industrial warehouse, which sits on a 32-acre site, for $76.6 million. Hyder Construction is the general contractor tapped for the project, which will begin this spring.

Kris Oppermann Stern

March 1, 2020
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Mortenson breaks ground Emily Griffith Opportunity School redevelopment

Mortenson Construction last month broke ground on Stonebridge Cos.’ redevelopment of the historic original Emily Griffith Opportunity School into a pedestrian-friendly hotel and retail destination. Stonebridge Cos. serves as the property owner and developer, and will operate the future hotel upon the project’s completion. Mortenson is the design/builder. 

Kris Oppermann Stern

April 28, 2019

Colorado’s trend-setting history of adaptive reuse continues

Adaptive reuse has been garnering headlines for more than a decade, but Colorado businesses and developers have a rich history of leveraging adaptive reuse to great success long before it became the mot du

CREJ

October 7, 2018

Denver buyer goes to head of class with retail acquisition

Ventus Co LLC paid $5.3 million, just under $140 per square foot, for Lincoln Center, a 37,867-sf retail center at 2727 N. Cascade Ave.

Jennifer Hayes

October 23, 2017