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Mon, Sep 25, 2017
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It’s a blue sky Colorado day and Jim Johnson, founding partner of Denver’s Johnson Nathan Strohe architecture and design firm, is sitting across the street from the two-hotel project he’s been spearheading in central Boulder. Asked what he’s most proud of with this project, Johnson responds without a second of hesitation, as if he’s been pondering the question for a while. The post Two Hilton Hotel Brands Arrive in Boulder appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Mon, Sep 25, 2017
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This is Part 1 of a two-part final update on the 16th & Wewatta Hotel/Office project next to Denver Union Station. Today we focus on the Hotel Born, a new 200-room Kimpton hotel that opened a couple of weeks ago. In Part 2, Ryan will take a look at the hotel’s companion office building—1881 16th Street—which opened earlier this summer. Our announcement post on this development was back in March 2014, followed by numerous updates. The Hotel Born anchors what was known during the Union Station planning era as the “A” Block, an L-shaped parcel that wraps around the end of the Union Station commuter rail platforms and includes the 21-story Platform apartment tower. The Hotel Born is the last building to be completed at corner of 16th and Wewatta and shares the intersection with 1900 16th Street, the Triangle Building, and 1601 Wewatta. We have a lot of photos for you today, so let’s get started with these views from across the intersection of 16th and Wewatta: Looking northwest from near 16th and Wynkoop: The view of the Wewatta side of the hotel and the porte cochère entry: The final side of the Hotel Born faces the Union Station “train hall” area under the white canopy: The Hotel Born has an attractive sidewalk presence on all four sides of the 12-story structure. Here we see restaurant patio seating for Citizen Rail along the 16th Street Mall and pedestrians crossing the porte cochère entry along Wewatta. The project architect, Semple Brown Design, incorporated beautiful polished wood on soffits and other building elements throughout, complementing the dark brick exterior. A pedestrian passage separates the Hotel Born from its adjacent office building and provides a direct walking path from Union Station’s platforms to the 16th Street Mall. The L-shaped porte cochère passes under the second level with egress to 16th Street. In addition to a pedestrian entry on 16th, a second entry via the porte cochère provides access from the transit platforms. The Tavernetta restaurant overlooks Union Station’s signature white canopy. Landscaping and public art enhance the pedestrian spaces around the hotel. Let’s wrap up this post with one final photo of the Hotel Born—an excellent addition to Downtown Denver’s Union Station district! Stay tuned for Part 2 and our final look at the Hotel Born’s sister building, 1881 16th Street. var map_fusion_map_59c8822b37407; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822b37407() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59c8822b37407').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.753218,-105.001968","infobox_content":"Hotel Born","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.753218","longitude":"-105.001968","cache":false}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822b37407);
Sun, Sep 24, 2017
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Headed to the mountain town to catch the fall colors? Here’s where to grab a bite. The post Where to Eat in Downtown Crested Butte appeared first on 5280.
Sat, Sep 23, 2017
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Alexan 20th Street Station from 21st and Welton
Since receiving its tower crane over nine months ago, Alexan 20th Street Station has been making steady progress. Similar to its neighbor project, Alexan Arapahoe Square, Alexan 20th Street Station will be a 12-story, 354-unit apartment building eradicating another half-block of surface parking in Arapahoe Square. Also matching the progress of the two nearby projects in the Welton Corridor, Alexan 20th Street Station is starting to go vertical and is currently four stories up. When looking back at the renderings, setbacks begin on the fifth floor, as the podium tops out at four stories. This part of Arapahoe Square is dramatically changing with three very large projects now starting to go vertical and it will be a very interesting sight to see once these are all complete. Back in December 2016, we highlighted this corridor in our 3D Future Skyline update. Make sure you take a look at that update to see how much infill is taking place in this area. var map_fusion_map_59c8822b62a0a; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822b62a0a() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59c8822b62a0a').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.749191,-104.986476","infobox_content":"Alexan 20th Street Station","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.749191","longitude":"-104.986476","cache":true,"geocoded_address":"39.749191,-104.986476"}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822b62a0a);
Sat, Sep 23, 2017
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The last-ditch attempt by Congressional Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act would cost the Centennial State billions in federal funds. The post The Graham-Cassidy Bill Would Cost Colorado—Big Time appeared first on 5280.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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The New York City restaurateur heads to the Mile High City in early October as the keynote speaker at the second annual Colorado Restaurant Show. The post Danny Meyer Dishes on Hickenlooper, Hospitality, and Denver’s First Shake Shack appeared first on 5280.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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Looking to bag a fourteener before the snow flies? This bucket list peak should do the trick. The post Hike We Like: Mount Evans appeared first on 5280.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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Line up at the RiNo takeout-only lunch window for over-the-top sandwiches. The post Rebel Restaurant Debuts Obey Sandwitchery appeared first on 5280.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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A day after its one-week anniversary, the LoDo restaurant evacuates due to a kitchen fire. The post Breaking News: Fire at Tavernetta appeared first on 5280.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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Park 17 Tower Crane
A large project, named Park 17, in City Park West is starting to go vertical. Park 17 is an eight-story, 190-unit apartment building, that will be taking up a prominent corner on 17th Avenue and Park Avenue while providing 14,000 square feet of retail along “restaurant row.” When we announced the project back in April, excavation was just getting started. Now, excavation is complete, a tower crane has been erected, and Park 17 is starting to go vertical. Below are two photos of the new tower crane. Moving in closer to the site, we can see that the excavation process is complete and the foundation is starting to go in. This project site is a little tricky to navigate due to the unique shape of the parcel. The two photos below are looking at the northwest side of the project. This corner has no underground level, and the first floor has started to go up. The rest of the project site is still underground with parking ramps, for the underground parking, and foundation going in. Park 17 is a unique looking project that will add a splash of something different to the Park Avenue corridor. Head on over to our announcement post for a rendering refresher. var map_fusion_map_59c8822bcd1b8; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822bcd1b8() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59c8822bcd1b8').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.743046,-104.971524","infobox_content":"Park 17","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.743046","longitude":"-104.971524","cache":true,"geocoded_address":"39.743046,-104.971524"}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822bcd1b8);
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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The post Commerce City day care facility acquired on 7% cap appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Fri, Sep 22, 2017
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East West Partners, a Colorado-based developer devoted to building, selling and managing high-quality real estate, announced a change in the company’s national and local leadership. The post Leadership changes at East West appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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You can now enjoy the smooth, creamy brew in a more adventure-friendly format. The post Left Hand Brewing Company Releases Popular Milk Stout Nitro in Cans appeared first on 5280.
Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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Discover petrified redwood trees, a cuckoo bird, and other ancient fossils at one of the Centennial State’s least known—but most amazing—natural wonders. The post Colorado By Nature: Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument appeared first on 5280.
Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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The Overland brewery is partnering up with the Dumb Friends League for this paw-some outdoor event. The post Don’t Miss: Declaration Brewing Co.’s Beer Garden Grand Opening appeared first on 5280.
Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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Alexan Arapahoe Square from Welton
Right next to the 21st and Welton Apartments, Alexan Aprapahoe Square is also making vertical progress. When we last visited this project, back in March, it was just starting to come out of the ground. As a refresher, Alexan Arapahoe Square is going to be a 13-story, 355-unit apartment building; head on over to this post for the latest rendering. Now, let’s take a look at the progress. Alexan Arapahoe Square is currently five-stories up with eight more to go. Exterior work is also underway but there are no hints of the facade just yet. Once the 21st and Welton Apartments and Alexan Arapahoe Square are complete, 22nd Street is going to have a tall, half block street wall. Even at five-stories, this project is already having much more of an impact at the street level than a surface parking lot. var map_fusion_map_59c8822c03b79; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822c03b79() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59c8822c03b79').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.750313,-104.983293","infobox_content":"Alexan Arapahoe Square","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.750313","longitude":"-104.983293","cache":true,"geocoded_address":"39.750313,-104.983293"}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822c03b79);
Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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Thu, Sep 21, 2017
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Fall is a perfect time to explore this stunningly beautiful part of the Grand Canyon State. The post Why the Ten-Hour Drive to Northern Arizona is Totally Worth It appeared first on 5280.
Wed, Sep 20, 2017
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Over the next few posts, we are going to be visiting the Welton Corridor where there is a lot of infill action taking place. Our first stop is at 21st and Welton, where Lennar Multifamily Communities is building a 18-story, 329-unit apartment building that takes up an entire half block of surface parking. When we last visited this project in the spring, two tower cranes were just erected and the project was just kicking off. Now the project is 4-stories up, which tops out the parking podium. From here, the project will start to setback as construction for the residential component begins. Head on over to this post for a rendering refresher. Because of the length of this project, and that concrete is the primary structural material, this building will take some time to top out. Stay tuned for more Arapahoe Square and Welton Corridor projects! var map_fusion_map_59c8822c2e97d; var markers = []; var counter = 0; function fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822c2e97d() { jQuery('#fusion_map_59c8822c2e97d').fusion_maps({ addresses: [{"address":"39.749491,-104.984446","infobox_content":"21st and Welton Apartments","coordinates":true,"latitude":"39.749491","longitude":"-104.984446","cache":true,"geocoded_address":"39.749491,-104.984446"}], animations: false, infobox_background_color: '#ffffff', infobox_styling: 'custom', infobox_text_color: '#000000', map_style: 'custom', map_type: 'satellite', marker_icon: '', overlay_color: '', overlay_color_hsl: {"hue":0,"sat":0,"lum":100}, pan_control: true, show_address: true, scale_control: true, scrollwheel: false, zoom: 18, zoom_control: true, }); } google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, 'load', fusion_run_map_fusion_map_59c8822c2e97d);
Wed, Sep 20, 2017
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