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 Dialogue

November 8, 2020

Kephart designs Littleton’s Westerly Apartments

Embrey Partners recently completed its Westerly Apartments in Littleton. Located adjacent to the foothills and offering quick access to the Rocky Mountains, several state parks and the C-470 bike path, the community was designed to help connect residents to Colorado’s outdoor lifestyle.

Kris Oppermann Stern

November 1, 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 Dialogue

November 1, 2020

Elsy Studios brings arts-focused design to Bonfils-Stanton Foundation headquarters

Elsy Studios, a Denver-based full-service commercial interior design firm, recently completed Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s new 2,764-square-foot headquarters at 1033 Santa Fe Drive in Denver.

Kris Oppermann Stern

October 25, 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 Dialogue

October 25, 2020

CSU Spur campus is being built in Denver by JE Dunn Construction

Colorado State University’s Spur campus in north Denver is under construction near the intersection of Interstates 25 and 70. Opening in 2022, the campus is being built for the public – with a focus on the connectivity of food, water and health.

Kris Oppermann Stern

October 18, 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 Dialogue

October 18, 2020

The Opus Group delivers 2 industrial speculative buildings

The Opus Group, in a joint venture with USAA Real Estate, recently completed Potomac Park at Dove Valley, a two-building speculative industrial development in Englewood. Totaling 264,522 square feet, the development is situated on a 27-acre site.

Kris Oppermann Stern

October 12, 2020

Sage Hospitality’s Catbird hotel tops out in River North Art District

Catbird’s 165 guest rooms, designed by DLR Group, will emphasize the comforts of home brought to life in a hotel: full kitchens with functional high-end house wares, storage and multifunctional furniture.

Kris Oppermann Stern

October 4, 2020

Lakehouse: An Innovative, Performance-Based Model for Healthy Living

According to the Global Wellness Institute, consumer demand for wellness in real estate is on the rise globally, with more than 1 million potential buyers searching for homes each year that will help them achieve their own personal health and wellness goals.

Building Dialogue

October 4, 2020