Leasing and construction activity continues at 76 Commerce Center
A technology and transportation-related tenant inked a 152,682-square-foot lease at 76 Commerce Center – part of nearly 680,000 sf of leasing and construction activity happening at the Class A Brighton […]
Jolene WollettOctober 11, 2020
Mortenson hires Spray as new business development manager
Alejandra “Ale” Spray was hired as Mortenson’s newest business development manager in Denver.
Jolene WollettOctober 7, 2019
Gaylord Rockies: Stretches the Imagination
The massive 1,501-room hotel is joined by 485,000 square feet of convention center space and an extensive indoor/outdoor water park on a sprawling 85-acre site, just south of Denver International Airport.
Building DialogueDecember 3, 2018
Mortenson breaks ground on next Fitzsimons bioscience building
The Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority broke ground recently on a new bioscience building at the Fitzsimons Innovation Community, a major milestone in the development of the 125-acre property, which will house laboratories, apartments, schools and hotels in the years a
Kris Oppermann SternMay 7, 2018
Mortenson breaks ground on Fitzsimons bioscience building
Mortenson broke ground earlier this month on the newest bioscience project at the Fitzsimons Innovation Community. Officials from the Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority joined dignitaries from the University of Colorado, the city of Aurora, the Aurora and Denver Metro Chambers, along with U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner and U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman celebrated the groundbreaking.
Kris Oppermann SternApril 6, 2018
Tryba-designed Buell Public Media Center set for groundbreaking
Rocky Mountain Public Media has raised $14 million in 12 months to put it on track for Mortenson Construction to break ground in August for the new headquarters, the Buell Public Media Center, in Denver’s Arapahoe Square.
Kris Oppermann SternMarch 20, 2018
Water conservation key to Sterling Ranch
Water. While much has been written about affordable housing and the acute labor shortage, as pressing as these problems are, they take a backseat to water. Without water, development and growth in a semi-arid region like the Front Range, grinds to a halt. But water, like the ever-changing weather in Colorado, seems to be something…
Kris Oppermann SternJuly 26, 2017