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Joined 01.06.2022 - 03.17.2022

Michael Borden
Peak Practice Properties

  Timothy Lorman
Capital Property Group 
Mark Burcham
FirstBank
  Kate Madden
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP 
Katie Burns
Transwestern
  Jesse Manton
Ares Management 

Joshua Calkins
LAZ Parking

  Dawn McCombs
Avison Young 
Brad Cushard
Logistics Real Estate and Development
  Andy McElroy
VIEW Dynamic Glass
Timothy D'Angelo
Hyde Development
  Samuel Miller
BH3 Management LLC 

Kristjan Danis
Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors, LLC

  Emily Monarez
Steelcase 

Mary Grace Engelman
Amacon

  Marcy Moneypenny
Avison Young
Rick Firmine
Argosy Real Estate Partners
  Peter Muller
Wood Partners
Wade Fletcher
Cushman & Wakefield 
  Sean Murphy
LCP Development 
Olivia Fortunato
Allante Properties
  Garrett Neustrom
Kenai Capital Advisors 
Maxwell Fuller
LAZ Parking
  James Odewald
Panattoni Development Company 
John Galgano
National Valuation Consultants 
  Benjamin Potter 
Megan Gautreaux
i2 Construction, LLP
 

Kelly Pretzer
Brookfield Properties 

Rosemary Gonzales
CBRE 
  Alexander Rongione
Walker & Dunlap Investment Partners 
Jennifer Heede
Newmark 
  Todd Rosen
LAZ Parking 
Joseph Henry
JRL 51st Street, LLC
  Phillip Ruschmeyer 
The Ruschmeyer Corporation 
Kendall Higgins
Moody Insurance Agency 
  Brad Schmidt
Urban Renaissance Group 
David Hoesing
JR Engineering 
  Bryon Stevenson
Newmark 
Drew Isaac
Marcus & Millichap 
  Megan Strauss
CBRE 
Adrienne Keavney
Deutsche Finance America 
  Matthew Trone
Cushman & Wakefield 
Latha Kingue
Northwood Investors LLC 
  Francisco Urueta
Souder Miller & Associates 
Kelcy Kolar
EQT Exeter 
  Todd Witty
CBRE
Derek Lis
Evergreen Devco, Inc. 
   

 

Joined 12.01.2021 - 01.05.2022

 

Nick Behm
Alcorn Construction

  Kristin Grace
Opus Development Company LLC
Tony Bock
Titan Applicators LLC
  Eric Johnson
Zeigler
Luke Cannon
Koelbel and Company
  Jennifer Mannel
Independent Financial
Jeff Carwile
Gateway Construction Services, Inc.
  Julia Miller
Alcorn Construction
Eric Chamberlain
The Opus Group
  Douglas Ort
Colliers Engineering & Design
Shawn Dickmann
Blue West Capital
  Marc Perusse
Revesco Properties
Matt Ferguson
Confluent Development
  Kurt Schoffstall
PGIM Real Estate
Ben Geiger
Alcorn Construction
  Jesse Weaver
Red Dot Storage

 

Joined 09.01.2021 - 11.30.2021

Jennifer Aragon
Altitude Commercial Realty
  Robin Houston
Watermark Residential
Joanna Bartnik
United Properties
  Michael Kershner
ILC Studios
Bryan Baynton
Aspen Capital Partners, LLC
  Krister Kroll
University of Colorado
Adam Bellin
University of Denver
  Vincenzo Malara
Heritage Title Company
Katie Blaalid
PNA Construction Technologies, Inc.
  Kyle McClure
CBRE
Colin Bolling
University of Denver
  Karissa Miller
Pacific Geosource Inc.
John Burks
Kimley-Horn
  Cal NeSmith
Ares Management
Max de La Bruyère
Lafayette Property Company
  Tyler Nowak
Henry Group Real Estate
Jeff Dean
Mark IV Capital
  Conor Okmin
US Bank
Maria Fessler
PlattPointe Capital
  Austin Rios
Broe Real Estate Group
Jay Filley
Mark IV Capital
  Ryan Wafer
University of Colorado
EJ Gibson
University of Denver
  Charlie Wigdale
Comunale Properties, LLC

 

Joined 08.01.2021 - 08.31.2021

Denyse Airheart
Bryan Construction
  Kris Kucharski
Prologis 
Silas Campbell
Boyd Watterson Asset Management
  Peter Liebman
Boyd Watterson Asset Management 
Shari Canon
Boyd Watterson Asset Management
  Bennett C. Miller
University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business
Nikki A. Carpenter
Boyd Watterson Asset Management
  Jack Oberg
University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business
Victoria Chapman
First Integrity Title Company
  Christopher Rodgers
DeVry University
Todd Cooper
Dynamic National, Inc.
  Matthew Stewart
L.C. Fulenwider, Inc.
Alexander J. Goldberg
Page Southerland Page
  Travis W. Sytsma
Dynamic National, Inc. 
Maxine Hepfer
International Capital, Inc.
  Della Wegman
Boyd Watterson Asset Management
Timothy O. Horne
Boyd Watterson Asset Management
   
 

Nick Kitaeff

Full Name: Nick Kitaeff

Company:  Confluent Development

Title:  Development Director

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • I studied International Business & Public Policy at the University of Denver. I credit my time spent in a study abroad program in Rome with my passion for travel, food and cultural diversity that I try to inject into my retail projects.

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 11

CRE Work Experience:

  • I'm responsible for directing the entire development process "soup-to-nuts" from site identification & acquisition, programming & planning, lease negotiation, entitlements, financing and construction for complex retail, mixed-use and multifamily projects in Colorado.

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? I have always been motivated by the opportunity to create best-in-class projects that are engaging from a human perspective and positively impact communities. Creating memorable & innovative places for businesses to thrive continues to motivate me.

Proudest professional achievement thus far: I'm extremely proud of the Confluent team for completing our boldest mixed-use project to date - Exchange at Boulevard One. Delivering this retail/office project amidst a global pandemic was a challenge, but the team stayed committed to our guiding principles and focused on creating a positive impact in the community.

Aspirations/Goals: I've volunteered my time on the board of DMCAR for 3 years where I learned how to be an effective leader from Katie Kruger. I have dedicated the last 5 years to enhancing the NAIOP Mentor Program, where I continue to focus on improvement and enhancement to support our developing leaders and provide opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Community Outreach/Volunteerism: Raising money for prostate cancer awareness and research and past involvement with open adoption agencies in Colorado.

Personal Interests: I'm an unabashedly proud Boston sports fan as well as a passionate fan of Liverpool Football Club. I'm also an avid skier - the combination creates some busy weekends trying to fit in skiing and early Premier League mornings.


Megan Kranichfeld 

Full Name: Megan Kranichfeld 

Company:  Prime West

Title:  Vice President of Industrial Development 

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • I graduated from University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in Business Administration with a Real Estate Certificate. 

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 7

CRE Work Experience:

  • I have recently started as vice president of industrial development with Prime West and will be starting an industrial development program for the company. Through my previous experience, I have been involved in high scale industrial projects totaling over 1 million square feet of industrial product developed across Colorado, and led the leasing efforts for those spaces that are now occupied by name brand tenants. In the last 12 months, I was responsible for the construction commencement of four speculative industrial buildings with a combined value of over $80 million.

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? Commercial real estate has a unique impact on the lives of people in our community. When I first realized that I was interested in a career in real estate, I was thinking about the coffee shops, grocery stores, and apartments that I had lived in and how those every day places had shaped my daily life. That morphed over the years and as I learned more about it, my interest grew towards industrial development and the impact it has on our daily lives. Industrial space has more of a profound impact than some realize, warehouses are where companies can provide better inventory, quicker delivery to your front step, and overall faster and better services for people in our communities. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: My proudest professional achievement has been my continued involvement and commitment to various NAIOP programs, including the developing leaders mentor program as well as the national forum platform. It is so exciting and rewarding to meet peers and colleagues and to have the opportunity to stay connected with those people through NAIOP. I am inspired by all of the members who are such high achievers in an incredibly competitive industry. Many of my good friendships started through NAIOP! 

Aspirations/Goals: My goals for the future are to remain curious and continue learning to continue to progress forward in this industry. That immediately includes building a successful industrial development program for Prime West! 

Community Outreach/Volunteerism: I enjoy volunteering my time as a mentor to college students, particularly young women who are considering a career in the commercial real estate industry. I am also actively involved with the CU Real Estate Center Alumni group. Adopt-a-Family is a program that I have been a part of during the holidays over the years by providing Christmas gifts for families in need, that is always such a rewarding way to give back and make a direct impact in the community. 

Personal Interests: I love everything that Colorado has to offer during all seasons, so it's not a surprise that I love to hike and ski. More recently, that has been a lot of hiking and spending time exploring the mountains with our 1 year old lab, Archie. I'm doing the snow dance for some more snow for all of the skiers this year!


 

Bradley Segall

Full Name: Bradley Segall

Company:  Denison Parking Inc.

Title:  Market General Manager

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • Bachelors of Arts, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • MBA, University of Colorado at Boulder

NAIOP involvement:

  • Programs Committee Volunteer

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 10

CRE Work Experience:

  • Capital markets investment brokerage, Asset Management, Acquisitions, Commercial Lending, Debt Brokerage including government agency and life insurance company lending, and parking management/consulting and business development. 

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? I was lucky to be motivated by Buz Koelbel and then Sherm Miller to start exploring the industry over a decade ago. I started to realize how commercial real estate was such an intersection of so many areas of business that I was interested in. I became fascinated with how living and breathing commercial assets could intersect so many areas of our economy both at a micro and macro level, and wanted to be a part of its growth. CRE is such a people business in every way and I realized what an incredible community there was to work with within Metro Denver. Once I found a few areas to focus on, I was hooked. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: At home, it's my two kids.  At work, it's the relationships that I have made, no doubt. I am extremely fortunate and proud of the wonderful people that I have met and worked with along the way. I would not be anywhere without them, personally and professionally, and only hope to continue to give back to others the same way.  In a way, achievements can only be statistics or a source of pride when you think about those that helped you get there. 

Aspirations/Goals: I recently took on a role to expand Denison Parking, a national management and consulting firm,  throughout Colorado.  I hope to continue to grow our reach in this market and ultimately show our clients the significant amount of value that our platform can bring to a wide variety of projects and commercial asset classes. 

Personal Interests: Golf, Vail, Football Saturday's, Lake Michigan and chasing after my 4 and 7-year old boys.


Buzz Miller

Full Name: Buzz Miller

Company:  Stream Realty Partners

Title:  Senior Associate

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • B.A. in Economics and Geology from University of Colorado at Boulder

NAIOP involvement:

  • Engagement & Communications and Developing Leaders Committee Volunteer

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 6

CRE Work Experience:

  • Associate at Brue Baukol Capital Partners
  • Senior Associate at Comunale Properties
  • Senior Associate at Stream Realty Partners

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? Buzz grew up around real estate and curiosity from an early age evolved into a passion for the industry. Ultimately, he was drawn to a role that allows him to use previous knowledge, experience and a unique ownership perspective that adds depth to his ability to solve problems and service clients.

Proudest professional achievement thus far: A growing list of clients who have been treated the right way.

Aspirations/Goals: To build more relationships in the industry and help my team at Stream continue to grow our presence in the Rocky Mountain Region. 

Community Outreach/Volunteerism: Raising money for prostate cancer awareness and research and past involvement with open adoption agencies in Colorado.

Personal Interests: Fly fishing, golfing, skiing, camping, scuba diving.


 Marisa Mendenhall

Full Name: Marisa Mendenhall

Company:  BLUME

Title:  Growth Strategist

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • B.S. Physiology From The University of Arizona

NAIOP involvement:

  • Engagement & Communications and Developing Leaders Committee Volunteer

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 5

CRE Work Experience:

  • My role at View has required me to understand real estate trends, development of pro formas, tenant needs, lease rates and building trades to create a business case for occupant wellness and sustainability through the use of View’s Smart Window technology. 

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? I saw a need to create better spaces for people to work and live and to save energy to protect the planet.

Proudest professional achievement thus far: Jumping headfirst into Denver real estate from a pre-med degree and a completely different state to understand and educate the market on a new technology that tends to resist change. A few wins are included in my achievements!

Aspirations/Goals: I would love to influence the way we evaluate real estate that focuses on the occupants and the planet and to further my knowledge of the ESG space.

Personal Interests: Snowboarding, backcountry snowboarding, hiking, backpacking, equestrian sports and yoga.


 

CJ Manning

Full Name: CJ Manning

Company:  Prime West

Title:  Vice President of Development

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • University of Colorado – Boulder, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Georgetown University, Master of Science – Real Estate Development (Candidate)

NAIOP involvement:

  • Diversity Equity & Inclusion Committee Co-Chair

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 5

CRE Work Experience:

  • CJ assumes a finance-focused role with the firm; including financial modeling and project budgeting for Prime West development projects. He also oversees the execution of the firm’s development projects alongside Prime West’s internal team and third-party architects, engineers, and general contractors. Previously, CJ served as development manager of a family-owned real estate investment company in Nashville.  

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? My mom worked in the CRE industry for over 20 years so I’ve been interested in commercial real estate my entire life, but I couldn’t decide on a path within the industry that I felt was suitable long-term. It wasn’t until I stumbled upon a couple of development opportunities in Nashville that I discovered my passion for real estate and my desire to work in commercial development. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: Helping others discover their passion. 

Aspirations/Goals: My goals include leading a development firm, and playing a key role in increasing diversity, inclusion, and belonging within the commercial real estate industry by helping to establish pipeline opportunities to access and recruit qualified diverse talent.   

Community Outreach:  CJ is a member of NAIOP Colorado serving as co-chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee, and on the Developing Leaders Committee (35 & Under). He is also an active member of the Downtown Denver Partnership serving on the 2021 Awards Jury and the City Build steering committee. CJ is also involved with the CU Real Estate Center serving as a mentor to students of diverse backgrounds.

Personal Interests: Hobbies include spending time with family, traveling, and scuba diving. 


Katie Donahue

Full Name: Katie Donahue, AIA, NCARB, LEED GA

Company:  Handel Architects

Title:  Associate

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • Cornell University: Master of Architecture II Post-Professional
  • University of Colorado Denver: Master of Architecture
  • University of Wisconsin Madison: Bachelor of Business Administration

NAIOP involvement:

  • Programs Committee Volunteer

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 14

CRE Work Experience:

  • Design, construction and coordination of buildings in Denver, NYC, Boston, Washington DC, Toronto, Atlanta, and Madison.
  • Work for Handel Architects, Gensler Architects, and Architecture for Humanity/Open Architecture Network.
  • Teaching architecture at Parsons New School of Design in New York and University of Colorado-Denver.

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? The buildings all around us are such critical parts of the built environment - they have the subtle power to influence every aspect of the way we live. I became passionate early in my career to seek out opportunities for meaningful place-making and creating buildings that shape our cities in positive ways. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: 

Receiving the Young Architect of the Year, AIA Colorado 2014 as well as getting to work with a slew of brilliant people on a variety of projects across the country. In addition, becoming an unofficial spokesperson for women in the AEC industry and advocating for young women in school.

Community Outreach:  Katie currently works as thNAIOP Programs Committee, ULI Women's Leadership Initiative, ULI Building Healthy Places, University of Colorado-Denver instructor and Search Committee.

Personal Interests: Dog rescue (we have 2 giant Newfoundlands), art, volleyball, hiking, laughing, making things.


Maxwell Marcum

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Full Name: Maxwell "Max" C. Marcum

Company:  Marcum Commercial Advisors

Title:  Senior Advisor

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • B.S. Science in Communication Studies with a minor in Finance, Colorado State University

NAIOP involvement:

  • Developing Leaders Committee

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 5

How long have you been a member of NAIOP? 1 Year

CRE Work Experience:

  • Prior Marketing and Research Associate for Chrisland Real Estate Companies (currently NAI Affinity).
  • Associate Broker at Marcum Commercial from 2015 - 2020.
  • Promoted to Senior Advisor at Marcum Commercial in January of 2021. 

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? Max wanted to pursue an opportunity to participate in growth and development of his community while developing relationships with businesses and business owners that operate within the industry. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: Participating in the sale of over $24 Million sale of a Wheat Ridge Industrial portfolio in early 2020. 

Aspirations & Goals: Max wants to assist in growing and developing Marcum Commercial Advisors as a competitive presence within the Colorado commercial market. Max also wants to become certified through CCIM and SIOR. 

Community Outreach:  Max currently volunteers with various homelessness outreach programs through metro Denver and the region. He is helping to organize and volunteer in a variety of fundraising events for The Family Tree nonprofit organization. 

Personal Interests: Snowboarding, personal fitness and hunting.

Profile Published September 1, 2021.

 
Construction Corner

Learn more about NAIOP Colorado member and sponsor company's past and ongoing projects transforming the metro Denver skyline.
Made possible by our NAIOP Construction Corner Sponsor, The Weitz Company, LLC.

Block 162 

Featuring Block 162, Class-A Office Space Designed by Gensler

By the Patrinely Group
Posted on November 29, 2021

When construction commenced on Block 162 in June 2018, the new development’s intended level of quality ensured that the caliber of downtown Denver’s office space would never be the same. Developed by a joint venture comprised of Patrinely Group and USAA Real Estate and completed in June 2021, Block 162 is a 30-story, 606,000-square-foot, Class A speculative office building that boasts state-of-the-art office space and amenities and provides tenants a true 21st century work environment.

Designed by Gensler, Block 162 includes 20 floors of office space on Levels 11–30. The façade is comprised of an all-glass curtainwall system, offering views of the Front Range from every office floor through 10-foot-clear windows. The average floor plate size is 29,800 rentable square feet, designed to feature zero interior columns within the office floorplates. The building includes more than 9,000 rentable square feet of ground-floor retail in three retail lease spaces. The project offers parking at a ratio of 1.7 cars per 1,000 rentable square feet, with parking spaces located within three underground parking levels and a 10-floor, above-grade podium garage. Most recently, Block 162 achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Gold Core and Shell status. It is the largest project in Colorado to receive this status, as well as the largest LEED v4 BD+C: CS project in Colorado of any level.

One of the most compelling aspects of the building is the 11th floor amenity area dedicated exclusively to the building’s tenants, with a fitness center, social lounge, and conference and meeting space. This interior amenity space provides direct access through over 110 linear feet of operable glass walls to the building’s outdoor sky terrace, which includes a manicured roof garden and a dedicated outdoor exercise lawn, as well as seating areas, an outdoor conference table, and two fire pits. The fitness center features expansive operable glass walls that open out to the exercise lawn, along with a dynamic indoor exercise area complete with stretching areas, cardio stations, free weights, and men’s and women’s locker rooms with private showers. The indoor social lounge also features expansive operable glass walls that open to the outdoor fire pits and roof garden, offering casual seating and views of downtown. Finally, the 2,800 square feet of indoor conference and prefunction meeting space is AV-equipped for tenant events and meetings – and connects via operable glass walls to a covered area featuring an all-weather outdoor conference table with seating.

Patrinely Group enlisted the help of interior architect Mayfield and Ragni Studio (MaRS) and Denver-based arts consultant NINE dot ARTS to create a one-of-a-kind experience in Block 162’s refined and modern corporate environment. As a result of this partnership, the art collection at Block 162 spotlights the dynamic talent of Denver’s thriving art scene and showcases immersive work that nods to the Mile High City’s urban, modern, and progressive development, and pays tribute to the natural elements of the surrounding mountains. One of the most immersive pieces on display is Cedar Point Reeds, a moving sculpture developed exclusively for Block 162 by BREAKFAST, a Brooklyn-based kinetic artistry group. The movement of the sculpture is governed by real-time data readings which visualize the dynamism of the wind and wind energy production occurring at the Cedar Point Wind Farm located 80 miles east of Denver in eastern Colorado. 

As leasing activity picks up, law firm Sherman & Howard, the first company to secure space in the building, has settled in 60,000-square-feet of space on floors 23 and 24. Patrinely Group and USAA Real Estate expect to announce multiple new leases in the coming months and continue to see interest from law, tech, energy sector, and financial firms – including firms with current Denver presence, and also companies looking to expand and relocate into Colorado.  

In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, this activity supports the confidence of Patrinely Group that Denver is one of the most vibrant markets in the country. The city provides a unique offering to office tenants, which has been well received by corporations from all over the country – with the building offering a clean-slate platform on which tenants can create the corporate culture they desire for their employees. “Block 162 is a testament to the trends we are seeing with urban dwellers and workers,” said Patrinely Group’s Rocky Mountain Region Vice President David Haltom.  “In combination with an accelerating flight to quality, there is an increasingly blurred line between personal life and work life, and Block 162’s office space and amenities make for a great opportunity for tenants to take advantage of those trends.



The Current, River North, Class-A Office Building

By the Schnitzer West
Posted on November 29, 2021

It’s a tall order to promise building tenants a well-designed project that promotes tenant health, wellbeing, and productivity. Especially one that is innovative to be a culture-ready workspace with significant input from local entrepreneurs, CEOs, HR leaders, and talent and one forward-thinking enough to offer a leading-edge view on the world via state-of-the-art “smart” windows. 

Such a vibrant environment is emerging in the form of the Class-A 238,000-square-foot The Current, River North (The Current), a joint venture partnership between Schnitzer West, LLC, one of the West Coast’s leading real estate investment, development and property management companies, and Craft Companies, LLC, a Denver-based, multi-directional real estate firm. The 12-story Class-A office building is located at 3615 Delgany St., in Denver's vibrant and sought-after River North Art District (RiNo).

The Current’s “ecosystem of innovation” design ethos is a strong fit for Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. It offers multiple state-of-the-art amenities, including smart windows from View, Inc. View Smart Windows employ artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically evaluate and adjust window tint to optimize natural light and tenants’ unique vista of the outdoors, all while helping regulate temperature and glare. 

The benefits of natural light in workplace productivity are becoming more widely known. One study discovered that employees working next to View Smart Windows – while dramatically adding to the building’s light-filled and sleek aesthetic – “experienced half as many headaches, slept 37 minutes longer each night and improved their cognitive function by 42 percent.” 

This is the second private office development in the state of Colorado to utilize View Smart Windows. The first and only other project in the state to implement the View Smart windows was Schnitzer West’s mixed-use, elegant, tiered development, Civica Cherry Creek, situated in the desirable Cherry Creek neighborhood.

"At Schnitzer West, we recognize that intelligent design and world-class amenities are not only aesthetically important but also why tenants choose our buildings over those of our competitors. Tenant’s ability to attract and retain talent is a significant contributing factor to their success,” said Kyle Flippen, development manager for the Denver market at Schnitzer West. 

Schnitzer West and Craft Companies purchased the RiNo site in March 2019 and began construction of The Current in April 2021. Designed by Davis Partnership Architects, the site includes eight floors of office space, two levels of underground parking, and four levels of above-grade podium parking with car charging stations and secure bike storage. The Davis Partnership design includes extensive use of architectural glass, which frames the top two floors of the building. These levels offer private amenities for tenants, including Schnitzer West's signature "great room," working and leisure space, and a rooftop terrace so that tenants can enjoy views of downtown and the Front Range mountains.

The Current will offer a vibrant environment for an engaged workforce, with its proximity to multi-family housing, upscale hotels and retail space, and public transportation, including the RTD A-Line station, offering increased flexibility for commuters and business travelers to and from Denver International Airport.

“We take great pride in contributing to the further development of RiNo and Denver's continued success and economic growth," said Lucas Schornstein, senior investment manager for Schnitzer West. "There is a growing demand from tenants for increased availability of high-quality, state-of-the-art, forward-thinking Class-A office space in this culturally vibrant hub. The Current will help attract, retain and empower major talent in this region.”


 

6900 Layton Building

Featuring 6900 Layton, NAIOP's 2021 Office Development of the Year

Posted on September 6, 2021
By Shawn Donohoe, Senior Business Development Manager, The Weitz Company, LLC

When 6900 Layton broke ground in the dynamic Belleview Station development back in 2018, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock was quoted to say, “Belleview Station is well on its way to redefining how people can work, shop, dine and live all in one place – making it a signature asset for economic development and underscoring Denver’s position as a leading city for business success. We’re proud to celebrate the latest premier office space to take shape at one of Denver’s many transit-oriented development sites.”

Completed in September 2020, this sleek 385,000-square-foot Class AA Design Build and it’s custom, glass curtain certainly live up to expectations. Named Office Development of the year during the NAIOP Colorado “Best of the Best” in 2020. The project is located just 200 feet from the light-rail platform and the building rises 15 stories, bringing a stunning beauty to the office park by reflecting the skies of Denver and providing spectacular views for those inside the building.

6900 Layton LobbyThe project was a design-build partnership between Prime West as the developer, Weitz as the General Contractor, and Gensler’s Denver studio. Throughout thechallenges of the pandemic, the team remained focused on safety and integrity. As Jim Neenan, president and CEO of Prime West said in the Colorado Real Estate Journal in August 2020“Together as a team, we have pushed expectations on innovation and schedule. The result will be an elegant, progressive, mixed-use office asset further animating what is becoming a dynamic node on the southeast light-rail line.”

Bruce Porter, Executive Vice President and General Manager of The Weitz Company Rocky Mountain Business Unit, also believes the working relationships were key to the success of the project, saying “6900 Layton was a special project. I was continuously impressed by the attention to detail and the commitment from each of our team members, the design-build team, and our trade partners to maintain great working relationships across the project. Our Weitz office is located near 6900 Layton, and our team feels a great sense of accomplishment when we drive by the project each day.”

6900 Layton at SunsetStructurally, the building is a hybrid, with the building frame accommodating garage parking (1,250 parking spaces) on the first five levels. A central cast-in-place concrete core is surrounded by a precast podium coming out of the ground for five stories, capped by a structural steel tower rising to the full height. On level one, 15,000 square feet of retail is joined by a large tenant-accessible fitness center and bike storage to encourage alternatives to auto-centric transportation.

Another unique feature is the integration of two completely independent mechanical systems. A primary central plant, located on the roof, serves floors 7 through 15, while a water source heat pump system is used on the lower six floors. The dual-process solution affords overall savings in both first costs and long-term operations.

6900 Layton was named the NAIOP Colorado Office Development of the Year in 2021.  The project also achieved LEED Gold and was a 2020 Regional Award Winner of “Excellence in Subcontracting” from the Design-Build Institute of America, Rocky Mountain Region.

 

HEALTH and SAFETY PROTOCOLS:

Updated February 4, 2022

The safety and well-being of event attendees are top priorities for NAIOP Colorado. For meetings in 2022, NAIOP Colorado will follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for events and gatherings, working with the host venue to follow protocols based on current national, local and health advisories and requirements.

On Friday, February 4, 2022, the City and County of Denver's mask mandate expired and masks are no loner required in public spaces unless otherwise noted. Please do consider wearing a mask if you are not fully vaccinated.

Please do stay home if you are sick, considered high risk, tested positive for COVID-19, or exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days prior to the event. Let's all do our part to keep ourselves and others safe and healthy!

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Updated February 4, 2022

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7th ANNUAL NAIOP WINTER CLASSIC HOCKEY and MAJESTIC REALTY CUP
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2021 at THE ICE RANCH, LITTLETON
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  Murray Platt, Hockey Co-Chair
CBRE
Ph: +1 303.910.6167 or Email

 

SECURE YOUR HOCKEY SPONSORSHIP

 

CHAMPIONSHIP CUP SPONSOR - $Priceless SOLD OUT - Majestic Realty Company

  • Exclusive Top Billing as the Winter Classic Hockey Naming Rights Sponsor.
  • Tickets for up to 4 Hockey Players or Spectator Guests.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 
  • Opportunity to participate on the Winter Classic Planning Committee.
  • Special access to Winter Classic Hockey Attendees.

ICE SPONSOR - $Priceless SOLD OUT - DSP Builders

  • Top Billing as the Winter Classic Hockey Ice Sponsor.
  • Tickets for 2 Hockey Players and 2 Spectator Guests.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.
  • Opportunity to participate on the Winter Classic Planning Committee and venue selection.

HOCKEY TEAM SPONSOR - $1,200 SOLD OUT - CBRE, CoStar, Cushman & Wakefield, First Citizens Bank,
JLL, Pinnacle REA, RMPrestress, Ringsby Realty

  • Recognition as 1 of 8 Hockey Team Sponsors with Company Logo on Team Jerseys.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

CHAMPIONSHIP DINNER SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - CoStar

  • Recognition as the "Championship Dinner" sponsor. 
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

COLD BEER SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - PlattPointe Capital

  • Recognition as the Official Cold Beer Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

COOL T-SHIRT SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - Wells Concrete

  • Recognition as the Cool Themed T-Shirt Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

GOALIE SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the Official Goalie Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

LOCKER ROOM SPONSOR - $500 SOLD OUT - Premier Community Homes

  • Recognition as the featured Locker Room Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

PUBLIC ADDRESS/MUSIC SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the exclusive Public Address and Music Entertainment Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

PUCK SPONSOR - $500 SOLD OUT - KESTREL DESIGN GROUP

  • Recognition as the Official Puck Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

ZAMBONI SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the Official Zamboni Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

 

 SECURE YOUR SPONSORSHIP

 

 
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