Riverfront Park 20 years old
Mark Smith first laid eyes on what would become Riverfront Park as a child in the 1950s. His father and grandfather both worked in the dairy equipment business and sometimes took him to the rail yards and gritty industrial wasteland in the Central Platte Valley behind Union Station. “It smelled like a slaughterhouse,” recalled Smith,…
John RebchookMay 13, 2019
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
Snowmass Base Village – Vision Becomes Reality
The idea for a pedestrian-oriented village at the base of Snowmass Ski Area has been percolating since the resort opened in 1967. The concept was first articulated by iconic Aspen architect and developer Fritz Benedict who helped draw up the initial plans, and it has been talked about ever since.
Building DialogueOctober 29, 2018
16 Chestnut: Future Home of DaVita
Straddling LoDo’s past and future, 16 Chestnut is one of the final pieces of the Union Station puzzle. It’s the final project in the heart of “the Saunders block,” so nicknamed for the numerous buildings Englewood-based Saunders Construction has built there.
Building DialogueJune 4, 2018
East West Partners starts construction on One Snowmass
East West Partners announced the start of construction on One Snowmass, the two-building complex that will house an arrival center to Snowmass Base Village, 41 luxury residences and commercial properties on the ground floor, including the new Base Village Medical Center
Kris Oppermann SternMarch 15, 2018