The Opus Group, Principal begin building 1919 Mile High Apartments

The Opus Group and joint venture partner Principal Real Estate Investors began construction on 1919 Mile High Apartments, a new multifamily development near Empower Field at Mile High. The 277-unit building will offer a range of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom options.

Kris Oppermann Stern

July 12, 2020

Building a Mountain of Books in Sun Valley

In 1955, 17 visionary women from the Sun Valley, Idaho, area founded The Community Library as a privately funded, privately governed, nonprofit library. Over the past 40 years, the 27,000-square-foot mountain lodge-like structure originally constructed in 1976 had become swollen with a collection of nearly 160,000 items, reinforcing the community’s belief that people who touch books are in a dialogue with them.

Building Dialogue

July 12, 2020

GH Phipps Construction completes Solvista Health West Campus remodel in Cañon City

GH Phipps Construction Cos. completed the Solvista Health West Campus Remodel in Cañon City. Solvista’s West Campus facility was previously a newspaper publishing plant, purchased in 2015 for business expansion.

Kris Oppermann Stern

July 5, 2020

Unveiling Designs for Downtown Superior’s Main Street

We recently revealed details behind the design for the Main Street mixed-use portion of Downtown Superior, a walkable 12-acre mixed-use development incorporating residential, commercial, civic, retail and restaurants being developed by Ranch Capital and Morgan Holdings in Boulder County.

Building Dialogue

July 5, 2020

BMC Investments underway with its 240 St. Paul mixed-use project

GE Johnson has broken ground on 240 St. Paul Street in Cherry Creek North for developer BMC Investments. The building previously on the property was demolished to make way for a new 76,000-square-foot, six-story commercial building. A “world-class” fitness club will anchor the new building, taking 33,000 sf on the first three floors.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 29, 2020

Aspen Police Department: Applying Great Design to Public Facilities

In these times, serving our first responders has never been more consequential. We were honored to assist the Aspen Police Department in designing a-state-of-the-art police department in downtown Aspen – a building that is architecturally appropriate within the historic, world-renowned resort town, and a facility designed with a laser focus on wellness and sustainability.

Building Dialogue

June 29, 2020

Taylor Kohrs completes Indy Street Flats for Metro West Housing Solutions

Taylor Kohrs recently completed construction of Indy Street Flats, a 110,848-square-foot apartment community in Lakewood. Completed over the course of four years, the $23.5 million project was designed by Shopworks Architecture to meet owner Metro West Housing Solutions’ vision of paying tribute to the historic and vibrant nature of the community.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 14, 2020

Kiewit: Leading the Way in a Long Line of Lasting Legacies Since 1884

As the close of the century approached, the firm began taking on sizable commissions, including the masonry of the seven-story Lincoln Hotel and leading construction on the Bekins warehouse as a general contractor in 1900. The partnership between the two brothers lasted some 20 years before they agreed to dissolve it in 1904.

Building Dialogue

June 14, 2020

MPC goes vertical on Highland Development Co.’s West Line Village MF project

Martines Palmeiro Construction broke ground in February on Highland Development Co.’s first ground-up apartment community in the Denver area, an integral addition to the West Line Village development near Sheridan Station.

Kris Oppermann Stern

June 7, 2020

The Met at Boulevard One: Emblematic of Lowry’s Evolution

A half-century after the last training flight took off here, the end of Runway One relaunched as Boulevard One. The 70-acre, mixed-use development represents the final phase of the planned build-out at Lowry, with more than 100 single-family homes, 250 attached homes, 420 apartments and 100 condominiums, including the new Met at Boulevard One.

Building Dialogue

June 1, 2020