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Denver Photographs, Project Announcements
September Denver Photos
September 11, 2017 at 1:08 am 0
I have had a chance to get out the last couple of weekends and snap some photos of Denver. The last few panes of glass are being installed on 1144 Fifteenth Street in Downtown Denver. It has been wonderful watching 1144 Fifteenth rise downtown. Thank you for stopping by. Denver Skyline LoDo Denver Denver Photography Justin Martin photography Denver skyscrapers   Denver at night 1144 15th Street 1144 Fifteenth Street
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Denver Photographs
Denver Skyline Photos
August 23, 2017 at 9:58 pm 0
I have had a chance to sneak out and take some Denver skyline photos the last couple of weeks and figured I would share some of them here. To begin here are a couple of photos looking towards the Country Club Towers. This set of photos was captured from 9th Avenue and Lincoln Street. Denver Skyline Denver Skyline The below photo looks towards the northeast with a nice view of Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Denver skyline And of course here is one looking toward Downtown Denver where 1144 Fifteenth Street can been viewed making an impact on the Denver Skyline. Downtown Denver Here is a set of photos captured from Diamond Hill, near the intersection of Speer and I-25. This is a great vantage point to admire 1144 Fifteenth Street and The Confluence projects. Denver Downtown Denver architecture Denver skyline 1144 Next are a few photos I captured near the intersection of Federal and 6th Avenue. Denver barnum park Denver barnum park Denver skyline Denver black and white To finish up, here are some photos I captured near the intersection of 38th and Blake in Denver's RiNo neighborhood. Denver black and white Denver Constriction
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Project Announcements
LoHi project announced
August 23, 2017 at 9:05 pm 0
Bryan Construction has been selected to construct a $8.5 million, 53,334-square-foot office building located at 32nd Ave and Vallejo St in Denver’s trendy and growing Lower Highland (LoHi) neighborhood. This mixed-use development will have six levels including retail on the first floor, three levels of office space, and two levels of underground parking. Elevate Architecture and KL&A Structural Engineers are also involved in this project Construction will begin late 2017, and is slated to be complete in towards the end of 2018. Rendering courtesy Bryan Construction: Bryan Construction Denver
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Project Announcements
Office project announced near Mile High
August 23, 2017 at 6:39 pm 0
Bryan Construction Colorado-based Bryan Construction, announced it has been selected to design and build All Copy Products’ new Denver headquarters, a 136,877 square-foot 5-story building near the intersection Colfax and I-25. Bryan Construction explains that the owner was looking to help facilitate a solution for merging multiple offices into one, and preparing for anticipated future growth. The building will be designed around creating spaces throughout the building that are efficient, productive, relaxing, and enjoyable for employees. The construction includes: three levels of parking with one partially underground, three levels of office space, large open lobby, electrochromic glazing that will automatically tint based on the time of day and sun exposure, 5th floor balcony that overlooks Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The balcony can be utilized for special events, and activity spaces for staff. Bryan Construction is contracted as the design-builder, which in turn has hired MOA Architecture as the Architect. “We are excited and proud to be building such a unique facility for our partners at All Copy Products and to be growing our presence in the Denver market,” said Doug Woody, Executive Manager of Bryan Construction’s Commercial Group. "All Copy has been and still is a locally owned business in Denver, CO for over 40 years,” said Brad Knepper, All Copy Products President. “The new headquarters for our company is the culmination of dedication and hard work from everyone at All Copy. We have always strived to work within and give back to our local community, partnering with Bryan Construction allows us to do just that. This state-of-the-art facility will be All Copy’s new home for the long term and we are excited to be a part of the Denver community for another 40 years.” *Rendering courtesy Bryan Construction
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Project Announcements
Mixed-use development coming to Stapleton
June 6, 2017 at 6:00 am 0
Stapleton

Renderings courtesy KTGY Architecture + Planning

Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the launching of the 4-million-square-foot mixed-use development at Central Park Station by Forest City Realty Trust (FCRT). The project kicks off next spring with Central Park Station One, a 190,000-square-foot Class AA mixed-use office building, as well as a 300-unit multifamily rental project, a 120-unit condominium project and 60,000 square feet of retail space, all integrated around a public plaza. Forest City’s Denver regional office, Forest City Stapleton, selected NKF’s Vice Chairman Tim Harrington, Executive Managing Directors Mike Wafer, SIOR, and Alan Polacsek, and Associate Eddie Kane to handle the leasing and marketing of Central Park Station One. “Central Park Station One satisfies a need for attainable Class AA space for corporate, office and campus users,” commented Harrington. “Further, Forest City Stapleton’s ongoing intent to deliver the ultimate business-lifestyle community is evident in features that include outdoor collaboration space, an expansive public plaza, terraces, balconies and a rooftop deck.” This development will take shape steps from the Central Park Station RTD A-line platform, at the corner of E. 37th Place and Uinta Street. Stapleton Stapleton The masterplan for Forest City Stapleton’s Central Park Station TOD includes 4 million square feet over 70 total acres, with office, residential, and retail components including over 1,000 units of multifamily rental housing product, 400 condominium units and a 120-room hotel. Additional amenities for Central Park Station One include a large 3.5/1,000-square-foot parking ratio with covered parking and electric car charging stations, showers and lockers, and acres of walking and bike trails. “Employers can leverage the population of the Stapleton community and the highly educated resident labor pool,” added Harrington. “Stapleton was designed to appeal to the workforce of the future who will value the community’s access, amenities, housing and hospitality choices. It’s bigger than you thought and more connected than you imagined,” he said. Stapleton Renderings courtesy KTGY Architecture + Planning
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