The fully-leased 230,000 square foot building under construction at Village Center Station in Greenwood Village has reached its full height. CoBank is set for this building to become its new home. This project is being constructed on the west side of I-25 about halfway between Orchard and Arapahoe Road. It is just a couple blocks to the northeast of Fiddler’s Green. Most of the glass has now been installed along with the structure’s exterior finishes. The construction site is still very active as interior work takes place and the landscaping work on a 3-acre plaza is in full swing.
This 11-story building was designed by Davis Partnership Architects.
Shea Properties is developing this transit oriented development and although the 3-acre plaza is forthcoming, Village Center Station will provides direct access to the 1-25 and Arapahoe Road RTD light rail stop. This light rail station will also serve as a connection to Denver International Airport in 2016 when the rail line to the airport opens.
Seen in the above photo is a vertical streak of light on the righthand side of the CoBank building. This streak is the result of the lights on an exterior construction elevator during an 8-second exposure. The elevator was in motion during the photo. It is not an actual lighting effect installed on the building. For more information on this development take a look at Denver Urban Review’s article from April.