Taking speed to market one step further
“Be quick, but don’t hurry” are profound words by legendary University of California Los Angeles basketball coach John Wooden.
CREJMarch 14, 2016
Granite Place at Village Center gets underway
Construction of the newest speculative office building in the southeast suburban market is under way in the heart of Greenwood Village. (Photos courtesy of dovetail solutions)
Jill Jamieson-NicholsFebruary 18, 2016
Saunders launches development platform with new headquarters
One of Colorado’s top general contractors, which recently launched a development services platform, is planning a new $9.5 million headquarters building in Englewood.
Jill Jamieson-NicholsFebruary 15, 2016
Evergreen Development breaks ground on ‘retail hub’
Evergreen Development has broken ground on a “retail hub” designed to bring new options to Colorado Springs’ southeast market.
Jennifer HayesFebruary 14, 2016
Looking back: The architects and architecture that have influenced Colorado
Although most people are unaware of the degree to which architecture affects their lives, the built environment exerts a strong cultural influence on society, therefore shaping our values and determining the future.
CREJFebruary 9, 2016
Rowland+Broughton Architecture to design redevelopment of Sky Hotel
Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design was selected as architect for the redevelopment of the Sky Hotel, now W Aspen, at the base of Aspen Mountain and as interior designer for The Sky Residences at W Aspen. Northridge Capital LLC, owner of the Sky Hotel in Aspen, recently announced plans to redevelop the property in partnership with…
Jennifer HayesJanuary 30, 2016
Multifamily construction to remain strong in Colorado
Everyone loves Denver. And it’s a key factor in the continued construction of apartment properties across the metro area, which doesn’t show signs of slowing down in the near term, according to the multifamily forecast panel at the 2016 Development & Construction Summit presented by the Colorado Real Estate Journal. “We’re seeing an urban shift…
Jennifer HayesJanuary 29, 2016
Importance of well-designed, concentrated urban mixed-use projects
As Colorado’s Front Range population and urban density multiply, appealing locations and escalating land values demand creative and often complex development offerings. Returns on investment are enhanced by a synergistic combination of experiential activities or uses. The Crawford Hotel at Denver Union Station is an internationally recognized leader in urban mixed-use projects, having been awarded the 2015 Urban Land Institute Global Award for Excellence and the 2015 Colorado AIA Design Award for Built Architecture. It is a transformational project in the city of Denver that magnetizes urban activity. Our team’s design credo to produce “Denver’s Living Room” best describes the historic building’s role in downtown Denver now and in the future as the transportation hub spawns more armatures.
CREJJanuary 26, 2016
Hord Coplan Macht receives award for Emily Griffith Campus
Hord Coplan Macht, formerly SlaterPaull Architects, received the Mountains and Plains Award for Planning from the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Learning Environments for the Emily Griffith Campus in Denver. The award was given to the firm for its master planning and programming work to convert the former office building at 1860 Lincoln…
Jennifer HayesJanuary 23, 2016
Pinkard Construction breaks ground on The Edge project
Loveland Housing Authority, with Pinkard Construction Co. and OZ Architecture, broke ground in November on LHA’s newest project, The Edge. The Edge is a 68,000-square-foot, ground-up facility with 70 units of affordable housing for income-qualified individuals and homeless veterans. The facility consists of six three-story wood-framed buildings and a single-story clubhouse. Sixty of the units…
Jennifer HayesJanuary 23, 2016