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Colorado Hoping to Land Next U.S. Patent and Trademark Satellite Office

Colorado Hoping to Land Next U.S. Patent and Trademark Satellite Office

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Colorado state representatives and business leaders are optimistic of the state’s chances of becoming home to a satellite patent office, The Denver Post reports. In 2011, the U.S. Congress approved, under the America Invents Act, the opening of three satellite offices outside of Washington, D.C.…

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Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Development to Break Ground at Evans Light Rail Station

Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Development to Break Ground at Evans Light Rail Station

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Urban Land Conservancy has sold a parcel of land at the Evans Light Rail Station for the construction of a mixed-use, transit-oriented development. The one-acre property, located along Denver’s Southwest light rail corridor at 2140 S. Delaware St., was originally acquired by the ULC…

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Metro Denver EDC Unveils New Campaign

Metro Denver EDC Unveils New Campaign

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation unveiled a new campaign that aims to mobilize the region’s business leaders and perpetuate the image of Denver as a top place for innovative people and companies. The newly formed Metro Denver E-Force will be comprised of executives—known as…

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Colorado State EDC Approves Incentives for Gaylord and Pueblo Projects

Colorado State EDC Approves Incentives for Gaylord and Pueblo Projects

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Colorado State Economic Development Commission has awarded the Gaylord Aurora and Pueblo projects a sales tax incentive pursuant to the state’s Regional Tourism Act of 2009. The EDC went through a nearly year-long process of selecting, out of six applicants, the winners of the…

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Trimble Breaks Ground on New Rockies Campus; JRK Property Holdings Acquires 325-unit Briargate on Main

Trimble Breaks Ground on New Rockies Campus; JRK Property Holdings Acquires 325-unit Briargate on Main

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Trimble, a provider of advanced location-based solutions, broke ground on its new Rockies campus in Westminster, Colo. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, CIO-Secretary of Technology Kristin Russell, Jefferson County Commissioners Faye Griffin and John Odom and Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally attended the ceremony. Trimble…

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Wood Partners LLC Announces 388-unit Alta Alameda Station Development

Wood Partners LLC Announces 388-unit Alta Alameda Station Development

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Wood Partners LLC has announced plans to build a 388-unit transit-oriented community in the historic Baker district of Denver. Alta Alameda Station will be built on over five acres of land at 275 Cherokee Street, west of S. Broadway. The community will be directly across…

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Forest City Stapleton Plans to Create New Business Park

Forest City Stapleton Plans to Create New Business Park

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor A large business development is shaping up on Interstate 70 between downtown Denver and Denver International Airport, The Denver Post reports. Developer Forest City Stapleton aims to create an area similar to the Denver Tech Center, with office buildings ranging in height from three to…

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KTGY-Designed Arista Uptown Apartments Soon to Be Available

KTGY-Designed Arista Uptown Apartments Soon to Be Available

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor KTGY Group Inc., Architecture + Planning has announced the completion of the first of eight 3-story buildings planned at the Arista Uptown Apartments in Broomfield. Developed by Denver-based Smith/Jones Partners LLC and designed by KTGY, the transit-oriented apartment community will feature a total of 272…

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Economic Development Coup as Aurora Lands New Distribution Center

Economic Development Coup as Aurora Lands New Distribution Center

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Following a new 10-year agreement, Aurora has managed to land a new $45 million distribution center for United Natural Foods, which will ensure the addition of 75 new jobs and the retaining of 475 existing jobs, The Denver Post reports. The 553,000-square-foot distribution center at…

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Wood Partners LLC and East West Partners Plan New Luxury Apartment Community

Wood Partners LLC and East West Partners Plan New Luxury Apartment Community

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Wood Partners L.L.C. and East West Partners announced that they have arranged capital from USAA Real Estate Company for the development of a luxury apartment community in the heart of the Union Station/Riverfront Park redevelopment. The $62 million Alta City House, located at 1801 Chestnut…

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New $165 Million Residential Development Announced at Buckley Annex

New $165 Million Residential Development Announced at Buckley Annex

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Department of Defense will transfer the last remaining parcel of land from the site of the former Lowry Air Force Base to the Lowry Redevelopment Authority. Construction work on a $165 million residential development at the Buckley Annex is expected to start this fall,…

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Allied Realty Services and Amstar Plan Luxury Apartment Community

Allied Realty Services and Amstar Plan Luxury Apartment Community

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor A new luxury apartment community is planned for Denver’s Jefferson Park neighborhood. Allied Realty Services Ltd. and Amstar have announced plans to build the 332-unit community on a site near Interstate 25 and Speer Boulevard. The ten parcels of land, totaling 4.5 acres, were acquired…

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