Urban Infill Offerings
Vine in Congress Park, Denver
Vine, a KUH urban in-fill community in Denver's historic Congress Park neighborhood, is destined to be one of the area's most sought-after urban addresses. Slated for opening in the third quarter of 2016, 14 rowhomes with two-car garages will epitomize urban living at its finest.
Vine promises to be a superb example of smart growth, merging the best of old and new on Denver's Capitol Hill in a wonderful setting to live, work and play.
For more information, visit vinebykuh.com.
Industry in RiNo (River North), Denver
KUH has proudly partnered with INDUSTRY Denver to create Colorado’s first whole-life complex, coalescing INDUSTRY’s state-of-the-art collaborative office space with KUH’s flexible, exceptional urban residences. Both elements of INDUSTRY embody the lifestyle preferences of a new generation of working professionals. The collaborative office complex opened for occupancy in spring 2014, while the urban-home community is slated for groundbreaking in the 4th quarter of 2016. A total of 55 stunning brownstone residences in remarkable proximity to work, entertainment venues, cultural events and shopping will epitomize the ultimate in urban living.
For more information, visit liveatindustry.com.
Commercial and Retail
Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation (HTI), RiNo (River North), Denver
Koelbel and Company and entrepreneur Mike Biselli are teaming up to establish Denver as the nation's digital-health capital. Catalyst HTI will comprise a 300,000-square-foot collaborative workspace where health-tech firms, non-profits and others can work together to advance a cooperative health environment nationwide. Phase One will comprise 180,000 square feet of office and laboratory space, including 10,000 square feet for retail and event facilities. Multiple tenants have already signed on for Catalyst's anticipated opening in late 2017.
Village Center DTC, Greenwood Village
Designed as an active and walkable mixed-use area, the proposed Village Center DTC will function as the downtown center of Greenwood Village. Between Orchard and Arapahoe off I-25, the 15.9-acre project will complement both existing and future uses in the immediate vicinity. To be completed in two phases, Phase One will include a class AA 10-story, 300,000 square-foot office building; a similar building is planned for Phase Two. The first structure will include an onsite deli and fitness center. Both buildings will seek LEED certification.
The development is within walking distance to the Village Center light-rail station, as well as numerous existing restaurants and retailers. Multiple public plazas will provide a focal point for the surrounding community.
Both urban and modern exterior features will include plazas and open lawns strategically placed for a seamless transition with adjacent sites, while enhanced paving, lighting and rich planting designs, including xeric and low-water plants will combine to produce a high level of aesthetic appeal.
Regatta Plaza Retail Center, Parker
Koelbel and Company and Mile High Development are teaming up to redevelop the existing, mostly vacant 22-acre Regatta Plaza shopping center in Aurora near I-25 and Parker Road. The finished development will have more than 125,000 square feet of retail space, including a new 78,000 square-foot King Soopers and a 3,500 square-foot KeyBank. Tentative plans call for approximately 400 residential units, along with up to 200,000 square feet of office space. Phase One improvements will begin in late 2016.
Arrow, Winter Park – The Next Phase of Rendezvous Colorado
Arrow is a 688-acre parcel of land that has been added to the existing Rendezvous Colorado parcel, Koelbel and Company's premier mountain-home community in Winter Park. With this addition, Rendezvous is 1160 acres in total.
Peaking at more than 9,500 feet elevation, Arrow was so named because it includes a portion of the historic Town of Arrow founded in 1904 (no structures remain). It was also the site of Ski Idlewild, a boutique-sized ski hill that operated from 1961-1986. The stunning Arrow terrain enhances Rendezvous' resort stature, as it is closely integrated with forests and trails, including frontage along the famous trout waters of the Fraser River. It offers many opportunities for amenities and home settings that will sure to be unequaled by other Colorado resorts. Arrow also boasts a beautiful natural back-bowl for back country skiing.
With direct access to Winter Park, it also afforded a new in-town access via Rendezvous Road.