Market Station: Creating a Community, Not Just a Place
For most of 2020, COVID-19 cut off the lifelines of our center city. Conventions were canceled, business travelers were grounded, and most offices were under stay-at-home protocols. While people rediscovered their back yards and turned spare bedrooms into makeshift offices, those involved in construction kept making the trek downtown every day to complete several large new projects, which were well underway when the pandemic took hold. Some large surprises will greet people when restrictions are finally lifted.
Building DialogueDecember 14, 2020
Developers secure first office tenant at 9+CO project
An oil and gas company will occupy more than half of the office space at a new mixed-use development at the intersection of East Ninth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. NGL […]
Jenna WaltersNovember 16, 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 DialogueJune 14, 2020
Milo Offers Luxury and Connection at 9+CO
Milo Luxury Residences is the latest addition to the $500 million, 26-acre urban infill redevelopment of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center at Ninth and Colorado (9+CO). The transformation from medical campus to a vibrant commercial district began in 2014 when the university and city of Denver tabbed Continuum Partners to direct the project.
Building DialogueMarch 1, 2020
Infusing Art to Enhance Private Development
You notice a thin white structure pouring down the side of a building and splashing to the ground like spilled milk. You smile and enter the alleyway. You turn a mysterious knob on the wall and are surprised to unlock the sounds of the Colorado Symphony. You enter the building to see a yarn-bombed tree and a gigantic wooden hand epitomizing hospitality.
Building DialogueDecember 20, 2018
Theo apartment community opens at 9th & Colorado
A joint venture between Continuum Partners and CIM Group, 9th Avenue (Denver) Land LLC, announced the opening of Theo, the first market rate residential building at 9th & Colorado, a 26-acre urban infill project at the site of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver.
Kris Oppermann SternJuly 1, 2018
Robinson CIO at Continuum Partners
Jenny Robinson was promoted to chief investment officer at Continuum Partners.
CREJMay 7, 2018
Continuum Partners Taps Semple Brown to Design New HQ
Creating the ideal office environment for the master co-developer of Denver’s new internationally renowned Union Station development catalyzed an inspirational collaboration between Continuum Partners and the workspace design team at Semple Brown.
Building DialogueApril 16, 2018
Murphy retires from Continuum
Daniel Murphy is calling it quits after almost a half-century in the commercial real estate world. “It is kind of bitter sweet, as you can imagine,” Murphy, a senior principal of Denver-based Continuum Partners told me on Monday afternoon. “I turned 70 in May. It is just time. It is just time.” Dan Murphy, second…
John RebchookJuly 18, 2017
Blair works outside the box at Continuum
Donna Blair, the recently appointed chief operating officer of Continuum Partners, has a history with the Denver-based company that developed such high-profile development as Belmar years before she joined the company. “I’ve been dancing with the company for one way or the other for close to 20 years,” said Blair of Continuum, which also is tackling…
John RebchookJuly 5, 2017