Trammell Crow Company (TCC) and Clarion Partners announce the development of 1700 Platte Street, a Class A speculative office building with first floor retail will be known as Riverview at 1700 Platte. The building will total approximately 210,000 square feet. Construction is scheduled to begin this April and is slated to be completed by the end of 2017.
“During the past 18 months, the Platte Street micro market has gained enthusiastic acceptance as a legitimate extension of the Denver Union Station and CBD markets,” says Bill Mosher, Senior Managing Director with TCC’s Denver Business Unit. “In addition to the neighborhood ambience of Platte Street, the impressive growth in the area abutting Denver Union Station, LoHi and the Highlands residential neighborhoods has turned this area into a highly desired environment.”
Riverview at 1700 Platte is a 4-and-5-story with 9,309 square feet of street retail. The project will include red brick on the west, south and north exteriors to respect the historic fabric of Platte Street with the east facade featuring a glass curtain wall to capture the dramatic views of the Downtown skyline. A fitness center, 5 river-side balconies with unobstructed views of Downtown, and an outdoor courtyard on the second level, providing direct access to the South Platte River Park will be featured. Riverview is designed to achieve LEED certification. Below-grade parking will also be included.
“Market demand for truly differentiated locations, with genuine place-making features, is stronger than ever,” stated Ann Sperling, Senior Director, Trammell Crow Company. “At Riverview at 1700 Platte we are inviting tenants to enjoy the built-in features, the connection to Denver’s gorgeous outdoor environment, and the vibrant amenities of Platte Street to create their ideal professional space.”
Tryba Architects is serving as the project architect and Saunders Construction is the general contractor. The CBRE Denver Team of Chris Phenicie, Allison Berry and Hilary Barnett manage the leasing of the office space. Kelly Greene of Urban Legend Retail will market and lease the retail space.