World Trade Center Denver project brings on new partners, poised to break ground this year in RiNo
Formativ, the Denver-based mixed-use developer leading the project, announced Wednesday it signed up Chicago-based Golub & Co. to co-develop the 14-story, 350,000-square-foot office tower there. A division of investment banking giant Goldman Sachs will be the lead equity investor in the $180-million project that will include an above ground parking garage with more than 600 spaces, according to Formativ.
World Trade Center Denver lands major co-developers for $300M project in RiNo
The new World Trade Center Denver office building, a catalytic project going up in the city’s growing River North Art District, took a major step forward this week as the developer teams up with experienced national firms that own a portfolio of iconic buildings and high-end hotels, and those new partnerships close on the final parcels of land to officially start construction.
'Game-changing' development planned in RiNo after $86M land sale
Fresh off its partnership to co-develop the new World Trade Center Denver, a Chicago-based real estate investment and development firm, along with its Denver-based counterpart, purchased 13 acres of prime real estate in the River North Art District with plans to create a mixed-use development that celebrates the site’s history. Golub & Co. and Denver-based Formativ, along with an unnamed institutional investor, purchased 13 acres of land at the 32-acre Denargo Market development for $86 million, according to public records.
Destination station: How RiNo's 38th and Blake became a magnet for office development
Denver's River North Art District, a hot destination for young professionals, has exploded with new construction in recent years, as apartment buildings, hotels and restaurants have sprung up to meet the new demand.But there's another sector that is bringing heft to the district as a business destination: Class A office space.
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As far as American cities go, at a mere 160 years old, Denver is a lot like a youngest sibling. Founded on a barrel of whiskey—and a death threat—the Mile High City has always played by its own rules. When the transcontinental railroad bypassed the city in the 1860s, Denver started its own rail company and established itself as the preeminent metropolis in the West. More recently, in the midst of unprecedented development, Denver has made itself an alluring alternative to coastal cities, with the promise of easy Rocky Mountain access, 300 sunny days a year, and one of the most dynamic dining scenes in the country.
HOW RINO WILL CHANGE IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS
If there’s one area synonymous with change in Denver right now — it’s the River North area. The development happened at such a breakneck pace that within the last five years the term for the new art district (RiNo) is now more commonly used than the historical neighborhood name (Five Points). That change doesn’t seem to be slowing down either. But this time RiNo has set its sights on a different part of Denver — downtown.
Large RiNo development to break ground next week
Construction will start next week on Lot Twenty Eight, a large mixed-use project in RiNo led by locally based developer Formativ. Located at 28th and Blake, part of the adaptive reuse project will transform at 45,000-square-foot warehouse into a development with retail, office and entertainment space.
After 5 year search, Pura Vida pulls trigger on location No. 2
Pura Vida has signed a letter of intent for 15,000 square feet in the planned World Trade Center Denver development, which is slated to break ground at the intersection of 38th and Walnut streets later this year.
Denver’s River North district will get its first full-service gym when Pura Vida club opens in World Trade Center project
Set to debut in 2020, Pura Vida Studio RiNo will feature 15,000 square feet of space, yoga, cycling, HIIT studios.
New World Trade Center Denver to bring international businesses to Mile High City
The World Trade Center Denver, is breaking ground this summer and set to open in 2020. Developers and the trade association are aiming for this development to be a bridge between the Mile High City and international businesses.
World Trade Center Denver confirms new tenants
The new World Trade Center Denver development is almost 50 percent leased. The 650,000 square foot, mixed-use development is slated to open in RiNo in 2020, with 260,000 square feet of rentable space, as well as hotel and retail space.
Deja vu? In preparing Amazon bid, Colorado officials learn from failed effort to lure Boeing
Colorado has grown since 2001 — and has a lot more financial incentives to offer this time around.
Developer takes another piece of Blake Street
The firm developing the World Trade Center in RiNo has snapped up property at 28th and Blake streets for $13.84 million.
Denver’s Gritty Back Door Could Become Its New Gateway
DENVER — A checkerboard of low-slung buildings and vacant parcels, the River North Art District in this fast-growing city has developed a funky vibe over the last few years.