Tami Door
President and CEO, Downtown Denver Partnership
Elbra Wedgeworth
Chairwoman, Downtown Denver Partnership
Chief Government and Community Relations Officer,
Denver Health
PRESENTING
SPONSOR
PLATINUM
SPONSOR
GOLD & SILVER
SPONSORS
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
The IMA Financial Group
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Sch...
THANK YOU
TO OUR HOST
Kevin McCabe
Executive Vice President, Regional Managing Director
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Paul Washington
Executive Director,
Denver Office of Economic Development
Walter Isenberg
President and
Chief Executive Officer,
Sage Hospitality
Hotel Room Inventory
• Current Downtown Core Hotel Room Inventory 7,944
• By 2014 Downtown Core Hotel Room Inventory 8,782...
Downtown Denver
76.00%
77.00%
78.00%
79.00%
80.00%
81.00%
82.00%
83.00%
Occupancy
Source: Rocky Mountain Lodging Report 7/...
Denver City & County
2,850,000
2,900,000
2,950,000
3,000,000
3,050,000
3,100,000
Demand
2012
2013
Source: Smith Travel Rep...
Recent Hotel Expansion
Hotel Opening Date Rooms Jobs
Hyatt Hotel Conv. Ctr 2005 1100 750
Residence Inn 2006 229 110
Hilton...
Total Hotel Check-Out Tax
2000 to 2013
$44.6
$40.7
$37.7 $37.7 $38.7
$46.5
$59.8
$68.6
$74.3
$60.8
$67.9
$76.8
$79.5
$0.0
...
Hotel Tax Detail: 2000 to 2013
$32.3
$29.5 $27.3 $27.3 $28.0
$32.7
$43.3
$49.7
$53.8
$44.0
$49.1
$55.6 $58.0
$0.0
$20.0
$4...
• SnowSports Industries America
• Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration
• Colorado Crossroads Volleyball Tourname...
2012
1 San Diego
2 Orlando
3 Chicago
4 Las Vegas
5 Boston
6 San Francisco
7 Atlanta
8 San Antonio
9 Dallas
10 Washington D...
Economics 101 – Supply & Demand
21
Buyers market for
convention center
business as a result of
increased supply and flat
d...
Infrastructure Supply Increases
22
Competition Status
Las Vegas Over supply of center and hotel availability
San Diego Cen...
Cities - Discount & Incentive Funds
23
BOSTON—Rivalry between cities isn't limited to
sports teams.
Across the country, ci...
William E. Mosher
Senior Managing Director,
Trammell Crow Company
State of Downtown Denver Presentation
September 11, 2013
Denver Union Station
A 25 Year Story....and Counting
• Civic and Political Will
• Big Vision with Persistence
• Public Inv...
Denver’s Central Platte Valley Rail Yards
Denver’s Central Platte Valley Rail Yards
DUS
Denver’s Central Platte Valley: Late 1980s
LODO
Historic
District
LODO
Historic
District
Denver’s Central Platte Valley: 1990s
Coors Field
Commons
Park
NEW 15TH STREET
AND UNDERPASS
DUS
NE...
LODO
Historic
District
Denver’s Central Platte Valley: 2000s
Coors Field
Commons
Park
NEW 15TH STREET
AND UNDERPASS
NEW PA...
• Voter approved November
2004
• 119 miles of Rail Rapid Transit
(LRT/CRT)
• 18 miles of Bus Rapid Transit
(BRT)
• 31 new ...
Major Transit Elements Transit Framework
• 8 track CRT (plus expansion)
– East (DIA) - 2016
– North Metro (I-25 North)
– N...
Wewatta Plaza
DUS - Transit Infrastructure
DUS HISTORIC
BUILDING
LIGHT RAIL + MALL SHUTTLE
STATIONS
REGIONAL BUS TERMINAL
...
DUS Project Cost Summary
Light Rail $ 69.6 M
Passenger Rail $153.7 M
Regional Bus $191.2 M
Streets & Public Spaces $ 65.3 ...
Public Finance Summary Cash Sources
Cash Sources Description Amount
FHWA PNRS $ 45.3 M
FTA 5309 $ 9.5 M
CDOT SB-1 $ 17.4 M...
Public Finance Summary USDOT Loan Structure
Loan Sources Amount
TIFIA Loan Proceeds $145.6 M
RRIF Loan Proceeds $155.0 M
T...
Spent $427M / 89%
% Complete By Mode
LRT - 99.5%
CRT - 78%
Bus - 94%
Streets & Plazas - 90%
Construction Progress as of Ju...
Light Rail
• LRT Final Acceptance Obtained December 22, 2011
• LRT Plaza Opened on May 18, 2012
Regional Bus Facility
as of July 31, 2013
• Phases I & II – West of Wewatta
o Millwork & Casework Installation Complete
o ...
Hand Rail On Stair No. 12 (Chestnut Pavilion) is Progressing
Commuter Rail
as of August, 2013
• Pedestrian Bridge Structural Steel Erection
Complete
• Precast Platform Walls Installat...
View Of Train Hall Canopy From Pedestrian Bridge Near North Wing Building
Stairs & Elevator
Formwork Progressing For Stairs No. 3 & 4 From Pedestrian Bridge To
Platforms No. 2 & 4
Work Continues in the EVA Lane Including Trench Drains
and Structural Tree Trenches
DDA Development by Land Use
As of August, 2013
Uses Feasibility Study
Absorption Range (Lo/Hi)
2009 - 2019
As of August, 2...
Completed
 1900 16th Street
 385,000 SF Office
 24,000 SF Retail
 Completed: Sept. 2009
 DaVita
 260,000 SF Office
...
1900 16th Street
Developer: Trammell Crow Company
Contractor: Saunders
Architect: Tryba Architects
Date Began: October 200...
DaVita World
Headquarters
Developer: Trammell Crow Company
Contractor: Saunders
Architect: MOA
Date Began: December 2010
D...
North Wing Building:
IMA Financial Plaza
Developer: First Century Development
Contractor: Haselden Construction
Architect:...
Front View Upper Side View
3 North Wing Building: IMA Financial Plaza
Construction Photos
South Wing Building:
One Union Station
Developer: East West Partners/Starwood
Capitol Group
Contractor: Kiewit Building Gr...
4
South Wing Building: One Union Station
Construction Photos
Lower Side View Upper Side View
Cadence Apartments
Developer: Zocalo
Contractor: GE Johnson
Architect: JG Architects
Date Began: May 2012
Scheduled Comple...
5 Cadence Apartments -Construction Photos
Below View Front Side View
Side View Back Side View
Historic Denver Union
Station
Developer: Union Station Alliance
Contractor: Milender White Construction
Architect: Tryba A...
6 Historic Denver Union Station – Construction Photos
Upper Front View Upper Side View
Lower Back View Upper Back View
Alta City House
Developer: East West
Partners/Wood Partners
Contractor: Wood Partners
Architect: Paul T. Bergner
Associate...
7 Alta City House – Construction Photos
Upper Back View Lower Front View
Block A:
1650 Wewatta
Developer: Holland Partners
Contractor: Holland Partners
Architect: Shears Adkins Rockmore
Date Bega...
8 Block A: 1650 Wewatta – Construction Photos
20th & Chestnut
Developer: Greystar
Contractor: Martines Palmeiro Construction
Architect: The Molhern Group
Date Began: Ap...
9 20th & Chestnut – Construction Photos
1601 Wewatta
Developer: Hines/Perlmutter
Contractor: Whitting - Turner
Architect: HOK
Scheduled Start: August, 2013
Schedu...
10 1601 Wewatta – Construction Photos
Triangle Parcel:
16 Wewatta & The Bike Hub
Developer: East West Partners/
Starwood Capital Group
Contractor: TBD
Architect...
16th & Wewatta:
Office Building and Hotel
Developer: Continuum Partners
Contractor: TBD
Architect: TBD
Scheduled Start: Q1...
17 Wewatta
Developer: Holland Partners
Contractor: Holland Partners
Architect: TBD
Scheduled Start: TBD
Projected Completi...
16 Chestnut
Developer: East West
Partners/Starwood
Capital Group
Contractor: TBD
Architect: Gensler
Scheduled Start: March...
Barbara Weiske
Executive Vice
President for
Administration/
Agency CEO,
Auraria Higher
Education Center
Annual Report
2012 - 2013
The Auraria Campus
Denver’s Urban Academic Community
MSU Denver
Student Success Building
$62 million
Photo courtesy of Frank Ooms
CCD Confluence Building
$50 million
Marriott ...
CU Denver
Academic Building
$60 million
MSU Denver
Athletic Sports Field
Complex
$17 million
79
5th Street Parking Structure with
Retail Component
$20 million
Library Renovation
$32 million
The 5th Street Hub
$1.5 million
Campus Infrastructure Development
$3 million
•MSU Denver – Aerospace Engineering Technologies Building
•Projected: $40 – 50 million
•CU Denver - Instructional Lab Wing...
Performing Arts Center Expansion & RenovationTivoli Conference Center Concept
Tivoli Park & Events Center Renovation
Other...
Connecting Auraria (and Higher Education) with Denver…
…through Presence…
…through Investment & Development…
Mine Pavilion...
…through Streetscape…
The “Connect Auraria Coalition”
…through Partnerships…
…through Transit & Access….
…through the Education of
the Future Workforce & Leaders of Downtown Denver…
Questions and Answers
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  1. 1. Tami Door President and CEO, Downtown Denver Partnership
  2. 2. Elbra Wedgeworth Chairwoman, Downtown Denver Partnership Chief Government and Community Relations Officer, Denver Health
  3. 3. PRESENTING SPONSOR
  4. 4. PLATINUM SPONSOR
  5. 5. GOLD & SILVER SPONSORS Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck The IMA Financial Group Metropolitan State University of Denver Schomp Automotive Suncor Energy USA ViaWest Wells Fargo
  6. 6. THANK YOU TO OUR HOST
  7. 7. Kevin McCabe Executive Vice President, Regional Managing Director Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
  8. 8. Paul Washington Executive Director, Denver Office of Economic Development
  9. 9. Walter Isenberg President and Chief Executive Officer, Sage Hospitality
  10. 10. Hotel Room Inventory • Current Downtown Core Hotel Room Inventory 7,944 • By 2014 Downtown Core Hotel Room Inventory 8,782 – Renaissance Hotel at Colorado National Bank 230 rooms – Union Station Hotel 112 rooms – Aloft Hotel 150 rooms – Dual-branded Hyatt Place/Hyatt House 346 rooms
  11. 11. Downtown Denver 76.00% 77.00% 78.00% 79.00% 80.00% 81.00% 82.00% 83.00% Occupancy Source: Rocky Mountain Lodging Report 7/31/13 $116.00 $118.00 $120.00 $122.00 $124.00 $126.00 $128.00 Average Rate 2012 2013 YTD YTD
  12. 12. Denver City & County 2,850,000 2,900,000 2,950,000 3,000,000 3,050,000 3,100,000 Demand 2012 2013 Source: Smith Travel Report 7/31/13 YTD YTD +5.3%
  13. 13. Recent Hotel Expansion Hotel Opening Date Rooms Jobs Hyatt Hotel Conv. Ctr 2005 1100 750 Residence Inn 2006 229 110 Hilton Garden Inn 2008 221 100 Embassy Suites 2010 403 201 Four Seasons Hotel 2010 239 230 Springhill Suites 2012 150 72 Hampton Inn 2013 182 94 Homewood/Hampton 2013 120 59 Renaissance Hotel 2014 230 115 Union Station Hotel 2014 112 60 Total 2,986 1,791 Downtown Hotel Development Only New Rooms!
  14. 14. Total Hotel Check-Out Tax 2000 to 2013 $44.6 $40.7 $37.7 $37.7 $38.7 $46.5 $59.8 $68.6 $74.3 $60.8 $67.9 $76.8 $79.5 $0.0 $20.0 $40.0 $60.0 $80.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Millions
  15. 15. Hotel Tax Detail: 2000 to 2013 $32.3 $29.5 $27.3 $27.3 $28.0 $32.7 $43.3 $49.7 $53.8 $44.0 $49.1 $55.6 $58.0 $0.0 $20.0 $40.0 $60.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Millions Lodgers Tax $12.3 $11.2 $10.4 $10.4 $10.6 $13.8 $16.5 $18.9 $20.5 $16.8 $18.7 $21.2 $21.6 $0.0 $20.0 $40.0 $60.0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Millions Non-Lodgers Tax (SCFD, RTD, State Tax)
  16. 16. • SnowSports Industries America • Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration • Colorado Crossroads Volleyball Tournament • American Organization of Nurse Executives • COLLABORATE • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics • DaVita • Heart Rhythm Society • American Society for Microbiology • American Society of Military Comptrollers • Massachusetts Mutual Financial Group • American Water Works Association • American Institute of Architects • Creative Memories • PennWell Corporation • Pampered Chef • National Cattlemen’s Beef Association • American Association of Petroleum Geologists • Harley-Davidson Motor Company • American Society of Microbiology Strong 2013 Convention Calendar Note: In the next 6 years:  30% of the business is Medical  20% Engineering/Science  15% Business/Trade  15% Corporate •Custom Electronic Design Installation Association •Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals •Geological Society of America •Bank Administration Institute •American Physical Society •Association for Computing Machinery •National Science Teachers Association •International Robot Olympiad •Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers/EMC Society
  17. 17. 2012 1 San Diego 2 Orlando 3 Chicago 4 Las Vegas 5 Boston 6 San Francisco 7 Atlanta 8 San Antonio 9 Dallas 10 Washington DC Denver’s Competition – “best of the best” Source: VISIT DENVER
  18. 18. Economics 101 – Supply & Demand 21 Buyers market for convention center business as a result of increased supply and flat demand “Gains made by new facilities came at the expense of existing facilities” Doug Ducate, CEIR
  19. 19. Infrastructure Supply Increases 22 Competition Status Las Vegas Over supply of center and hotel availability San Diego Center expansion approved and being sold Austin 1100 room headquarter hotel under construction New Orleans Availability after Katrina recovery - Aggressive Philadelphia Expansion opened mid - 2010 Nashville Just opened center expansion 2013 Washington, DC 1500 room Marriott under construction Dallas 1200 room Omni opened late 2011 Chicago $15 mil from State to buy down center rental Los Angeles Recent LA Live package & $1 center rental San Antonio Center expansion to open 2014 Phoenix Expansion completed late 2009 Indianapolis Expansion & 2300 new hotel rooms opened 2010 Orlando, Atlanta, Baltimore, Houston, San Fran, Boston are fierce competitors
  20. 20. Cities - Discount & Incentive Funds 23 BOSTON—Rivalry between cities isn't limited to sports teams. Across the country, cities are duking it out like never before over conventions, vying to host everyone from the Barbershop Harmony Society to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. City convention bureaus are undercutting each other with offers of freebies and incentives, such as free banners, breaks on rent and donations to a trade organization's charity. "It's been going on for years, but not at the magnitude that it is today," said Mr. Vaughan in Atlanta. Dominick Reuter for The Wall Street Journal The AABB, a medical-industry association focused on blood transfusion and cell therapy, holds an expo in Boston earlier this month. U.S. NEWS October 12, 2012, 6:01 p.m. ET By JENNIFER LEVITZ and CAMERON MCWHIRTER Cities Clash in Battle to Land Conventions
  21. 21. William E. Mosher Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company
  22. 22. State of Downtown Denver Presentation September 11, 2013
  23. 23. Denver Union Station A 25 Year Story....and Counting • Civic and Political Will • Big Vision with Persistence • Public Investment As A Catalyst For Private Investment • Place Making Is Important; Design Is Important • Transparent, Accountable, & Inclusive
  24. 24. Denver’s Central Platte Valley Rail Yards
  25. 25. Denver’s Central Platte Valley Rail Yards DUS Denver’s Central Platte Valley: Late 1980s LODO Historic District
  26. 26. LODO Historic District Denver’s Central Platte Valley: 1990s Coors Field Commons Park NEW 15TH STREET AND UNDERPASS DUS NEW PARK AVENUE OVERPASS Prospect HousingCuernavaca Park REMOVAL OF 16TH STREET VIADUCT
  27. 27. LODO Historic District Denver’s Central Platte Valley: 2000s Coors Field Commons Park NEW 15TH STREET AND UNDERPASS NEW PARK AVENUE OVERPASS Prospect HousingCuernavaca Park DUS DUS Transit Center Kennedy/TCC EPA/Hines Riverfront Housing By East West Partners REMOVAL OF 16TH STREET VIADUCT
  28. 28. • Voter approved November 2004 • 119 miles of Rail Rapid Transit (LRT/CRT) • 18 miles of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) • 31 new park-n-Rides with over 21,000 new spaces • Enhanced Bus Network & Transit Hubs (FastConnects) FasTracks Program Multi-Modal Vision for the Metropolitan Area
  29. 29. Major Transit Elements Transit Framework • 8 track CRT (plus expansion) – East (DIA) - 2016 – North Metro (I-25 North) – Northwest (Boulder) – Gold (Arvada/Golden) - 2016 – Amtrak - 2014 • 3 track LRT – Existing Southwest & Southeast - 2011 – West (Lakewood/Golden) - 2013 • 22 bay regional bus facility - 2014 – 16 regional – 4 Downtown Circulator – 2 commercial bus • 16th Street Mall Extension - 2011 • Downtown Circulator
  30. 30. Wewatta Plaza DUS - Transit Infrastructure DUS HISTORIC BUILDING LIGHT RAIL + MALL SHUTTLE STATIONS REGIONAL BUS TERMINAL COMMUTER RAIL TERMINAL
  31. 31. DUS Project Cost Summary Light Rail $ 69.6 M Passenger Rail $153.7 M Regional Bus $191.2 M Streets & Public Spaces $ 65.3 M DUS Renovation $ 0 M $479.8 M
  32. 32. Public Finance Summary Cash Sources Cash Sources Description Amount FHWA PNRS $ 45.3 M FTA 5309 $ 9.5 M CDOT SB-1 $ 17.4 M DRCOG TIP Funds $ 2.5 M RTD ARRA (stimulus) Grant $ 18.6 M ARRA (stimulus) Grant $ 9.8 M RTD FasTracks Contribution $ 40.8 M CPV District Bond Funds $ 1.1 M Total Grants $145.0 M Other Sources Proceeds from Sale of RTD Sites $ 26.3 M New Contributions from RTD $ 5.1 M Contributions from Amtrak $ .3 M Miscellaneous Reimbursements $ 2.5 M Total Other Sources $ 34.2 M TOTAL CASH SOURCES $ 179.2 M Required Financing $300.6 M
  33. 33. Public Finance Summary USDOT Loan Structure Loan Sources Amount TIFIA Loan Proceeds $145.6 M RRIF Loan Proceeds $155.0 M Total $300.6 M Repayment Sources Description RTD Bond Voter Authorized Sales Tax Proceeds City Tax Increment Proceeds Property, lodger’s & sales tax increment from properties in DDA Metro District Mil Levy Additional property mil levy captured as increment from DUS property (capital and maintenance)
  34. 34. Spent $427M / 89% % Complete By Mode LRT - 99.5% CRT - 78% Bus - 94% Streets & Plazas - 90% Construction Progress as of July 31, 2013
  35. 35. Light Rail • LRT Final Acceptance Obtained December 22, 2011 • LRT Plaza Opened on May 18, 2012
  36. 36. Regional Bus Facility as of July 31, 2013 • Phases I & II – West of Wewatta o Millwork & Casework Installation Complete o Glass Tile Installation Nearing Completion o Terrazzo Installation Nearing Completion o Restroom Fixture Installation Underway o Stair Rail Installation Underway • Phase III – East of Wewatta (behind DUS) o Wewatta Pavilion Elevator & Escalator Installation Nearing Completion o DUS Pavilion Elevator & Escalator Installation Underway o CRT Pavilions Aluminum Storefront Framing & Glazing Underway o East Starter Booth Steel Columns & Beams Installation Underway o Glass Tile Installation Nearing Completion o Terrazzo Installation Nearing Completion
  37. 37. Hand Rail On Stair No. 12 (Chestnut Pavilion) is Progressing
  38. 38. Commuter Rail as of August, 2013 • Pedestrian Bridge Structural Steel Erection Complete • Precast Platform Walls Installation Complete • CRT Train Hall PTFE Installation Complete • Amtrak Canopy ETFE Installation Nearing Completion •CRT Platforms Nearing 75% Complete •Final Track Work Into Station Underway
  39. 39. View Of Train Hall Canopy From Pedestrian Bridge Near North Wing Building Stairs & Elevator
  40. 40. Formwork Progressing For Stairs No. 3 & 4 From Pedestrian Bridge To Platforms No. 2 & 4
  41. 41. Work Continues in the EVA Lane Including Trench Drains and Structural Tree Trenches
  42. 42. DDA Development by Land Use As of August, 2013 Uses Feasibility Study Absorption Range (Lo/Hi) 2009 - 2019 As of August, 2013 Built or Under Construction/ Plus Under Design Office 418,000 – 628,000 SF 1,117,500 – 1,830,500 SF Retail 193,000 – 245,000 SF 163,500 – 266,500 SF Commercial 611,000 – 873,000 SF 1,281,000 – 2,097,000 SF Hotel (2019 – 2024 Time Frame) 112 – 288 Rooms Residential 1,520 – 1,930 Units 1098 – 1,348 Units *Taxes Received To Date are 80% Above Forecast *Estimated Market Value of Projects Built or Under Construction - $734 Million *Parking Spaces in Projects Built or Under Construction – 3,270 Spaces
  43. 43. Completed  1900 16th Street  385,000 SF Office  24,000 SF Retail  Completed: Sept. 2009  DaVita  260,000 SF Office  Completed: Aug. 2012 - IMA Financial Plaza  112,000 SF Office with Retail  Scheduled Completion: Nov. 2013 One Union Station  110,000 SF Office with Retail  Scheduled Completion: Dec. 2013 Cadence Apartments  219 Unit Apartment  Scheduled Completion: Nov. 2013 - Historic Denver Union Station  Boutique Hotel and Retail  Scheduled Completion: Summer 2014 - Alta City House  281 Unit Apartment  Scheduled Completion: Spring 2014 - 1650 Wewatta  290 Unit Apartment  Scheduled Completion: Dec. 2014 - 20th & Chestnut  55,000 SF Retail  312 Unit Apartment  Projected Completion: April, 2015 - 1601 Wewatta  301,500 SF Office  Projected Completion: Q1, 2015 - 16 Wewatta & The Bike Hub  200,000 SF Office  The Bike Hub  Projected Completion: Spring 2015 - 16th & Wewatta  51,000 SF Office and Retail  176 Room Hotel  Projected Completion: Q3, 2015 - 17 Wewatta  105,000 SF Office and Retail  250 Unit Apartment  Projected Completion: TBD - 16 Chestnut  440,000 SF Office  Projected Completion: TBD 4 6 3 8 10 13 14 7 9 WEWATTA ST. CHESTNUT ST. 16THSTREET 17THSTREET 18THSTREET 19THSTREET 20THSTREET 18THSTREET WYNKOOP ST. 1 2 5 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14Currently Under Construction Under Design
  44. 44. 1900 16th Street Developer: Trammell Crow Company Contractor: Saunders Architect: Tryba Architects Date Began: October 2007 Date Completed: September 2009 Square Footage: 400,000 Notes:  Seventeen story building developed in 3 phases includes: Approximately 600,000 SF of Class A office and supporting retail space, 100- 150 residential units and 1,400 parking spaces when completed  The first phase multi-tenant office building consisted of 385,000 SF office Space, 24,000 SF of retail and 1,086 parking stalls  Achieved LEED - Gold Certification 1
  45. 45. DaVita World Headquarters Developer: Trammell Crow Company Contractor: Saunders Architect: MOA Date Began: December 2010 Date Completed: August 2012 Square Footage: 260,000 Notes:  The 2nd phase of the 1900 16th Street project serves as DaVita’s world headquarters and features a DaVita information center on the first floor along with training rooms and a kidney dialysis training facility. DaVita University, 265 parking space, a top floor open air terrace, and teammate cafeteria also included.  Accommodates approximately 950 DaVita teammates  Achieved LEED - Gold Certification 2
  46. 46. North Wing Building: IMA Financial Plaza Developer: First Century Development Contractor: Haselden Construction Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects Date Began: April 2012 Scheduled Completion: November 2013 Square Footage: 112,000 Notes:  Five story office building with two parking levels below ground  Retail and restaurants operating on the ground floor  IMA Financial Group Inc. corporate office space will be on the upper four levels  Pursuing LEED - Gold Certification  Construction photos are on the next page 3
  47. 47. Front View Upper Side View 3 North Wing Building: IMA Financial Plaza Construction Photos
  48. 48. South Wing Building: One Union Station Developer: East West Partners/Starwood Capitol Group Contractor: Kiewit Building Group Architect: Anderson Mason Dale Architects Date Began: August 2012 Scheduled Completion: December 2013 Square Footage: 110,000 Notes:  Five story office building  Antero Resources, the lead tenant, will reside in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors; 1st Floor Retail  Pursuing LEED - Gold Certification  Construction photos are on the next page 4
  49. 49. 4 South Wing Building: One Union Station Construction Photos Lower Side View Upper Side View
  50. 50. Cadence Apartments Developer: Zocalo Contractor: GE Johnson Architect: JG Architects Date Began: May 2012 Scheduled Completion: November 2013 Square Footage: 8,000 SF Retail 219 Unit Apartment Notes:  Thirteen story apartment building containing 219 apartments  Includes a parking garage and 8,000 SF of retail on the ground level  Pursuing LEED Gold Certification  Construction photos are on the next page 5
  51. 51. 5 Cadence Apartments -Construction Photos Below View Front Side View Side View Back Side View
  52. 52. Historic Denver Union Station Developer: Union Station Alliance Contractor: Milender White Construction Architect: Tryba Architects & JG Johnson Architects Date Began: December 2012 Scheduled Completion: Summer 2014 Square Footage: 112 Room Hotel 21,000 SF Retail 6,500 SF AMTRAK/Transit Main Floor Train Hall Remains Public Space Notes:  Remodeled into a 112 room boutique hotel residing in the 2nd and 3rd floors with retail and restaurants on the ground floor  Amtrak will operate out of the ground floor  Historic Central Train Hall remains an open public space  Construction photos are on the next page 6
  53. 53. 6 Historic Denver Union Station – Construction Photos Upper Front View Upper Side View Lower Back View Upper Back View
  54. 54. Alta City House Developer: East West Partners/Wood Partners Contractor: Wood Partners Architect: Paul T. Bergner Associates Date Began: November 2012 Scheduled Completion: Spring 2014 Square Footage: 280 Unit Apartment Notes:  Five story apartment building containing 280 units  Construction photos are on the next page 7
  55. 55. 7 Alta City House – Construction Photos Upper Back View Lower Front View
  56. 56. Block A: 1650 Wewatta Developer: Holland Partners Contractor: Holland Partners Architect: Shears Adkins Rockmore Date Began: January 2013 Scheduled Completion: December 2014 Square Footage: 6,000 SF Retail 287 Unit Apartment Notes:  Twenty-one story apartment building with 287 apartments  287 total parking spaces will be provided on 2 underground levels as well as levels 2-4, while ground floor will include 6,000 SF of retail. Apartments will be on levels 5 through 21  Pursuing LEED – Gold Certification  Construction photos are on the next page 8
  57. 57. 8 Block A: 1650 Wewatta – Construction Photos
  58. 58. 20th & Chestnut Developer: Greystar Contractor: Martines Palmeiro Construction Architect: The Molhern Group Date Began: April, 2013 Scheduled Completion: April, 2015 Square Footage: 55,000 SF Retail 312 Unit Apartment Notes:  Five story multi-use building  Includes 42,000 SF King Soopers grocery and 13,000 SF of additional ground floor retail  The four top floors will contain 312 apartments  Construction photos are on the next page 9
  59. 59. 9 20th & Chestnut – Construction Photos
  60. 60. 1601 Wewatta Developer: Hines/Perlmutter Contractor: Whitting - Turner Architect: HOK Scheduled Start: August, 2013 Scheduled Completion: Q2, 2015 Square Footage: 300,000 Notes:  Ten story multi-tenant office building  Four levels of underground parking with 400 parking spaces  17,500 SF of retail on the ground level  Pursuing LEED - Platinum Certification  Construction photos are on the next page 10
  61. 61. 10 1601 Wewatta – Construction Photos
  62. 62. Triangle Parcel: 16 Wewatta & The Bike Hub Developer: East West Partners/ Starwood Capital Group Contractor: TBD Architect: TBD Scheduled Start: October, 2013 Projected Completion: Spring, 2015 Square Footage: 220,000 SF Office Notes:  Ten story office building  Two underground parking levels, ground level containing retail, and nine floors of office space  The Bike Hub offers bike racks, heated locker rooms with toilets and showers, and bike maintenance  Pursuing LEED –Gold Certification 11 16 Wewatta The Bike Hub
  63. 63. 16th & Wewatta: Office Building and Hotel Developer: Continuum Partners Contractor: TBD Architect: TBD Scheduled Start: Q1, 2014 Projected Completion: Q3, 2015 Square Footage: 200,000 SF 176 Room Hotel Notes:  Five story office building  Office building includes 35,000 SF of office space and 16,000 SF of retail  Nine story hotel with 176 rooms 12
  64. 64. 17 Wewatta Developer: Holland Partners Contractor: Holland Partners Architect: TBD Scheduled Start: TBD Projected Completion: TBD Square Footage: 105,000 SF, including 45,000 SF Retail and 60,000 SF Office 250 Unit Apartment Notes:  Property contains three buildings including 60,000 SF of office and, 45,000 SF of retail with grocery space  60,000 SF of office space will be located above grocery 13
  65. 65. 16 Chestnut Developer: East West Partners/Starwood Capital Group Contractor: TBD Architect: Gensler Scheduled Start: March, 2014 Projected Completion: TBD Square Footage: 440,000 SF Office Notes:  Nineteen story office space  Underground and above ground parking as well as ground floor retail  Possible pedestrian bridge to connect Millennium Bridge with Mezzanine level of lobby. 14
  66. 66. Barbara Weiske Executive Vice President for Administration/ Agency CEO, Auraria Higher Education Center
  67. 67. Annual Report 2012 - 2013 The Auraria Campus Denver’s Urban Academic Community
  68. 68. MSU Denver Student Success Building $62 million Photo courtesy of Frank Ooms CCD Confluence Building $50 million Marriott SpringHill Suites & MSU Denver Hospitality Learning Center $45 million
  69. 69. CU Denver Academic Building $60 million MSU Denver Athletic Sports Field Complex $17 million
  70. 70. 79 5th Street Parking Structure with Retail Component $20 million Library Renovation $32 million
  71. 71. The 5th Street Hub $1.5 million Campus Infrastructure Development $3 million
  72. 72. •MSU Denver – Aerospace Engineering Technologies Building •Projected: $40 – 50 million •CU Denver - Instructional Lab Wing, Science Building •Projected: $19 million •CCD - Boulder Creek Building Expansion/ Renovation •Projected: pending •Arts Building Renovation •Projected: $20 million
  73. 73. Performing Arts Center Expansion & RenovationTivoli Conference Center Concept Tivoli Park & Events Center Renovation Other Initiatives
  74. 74. Connecting Auraria (and Higher Education) with Denver… …through Presence… …through Investment & Development… Mine Pavilion by Pezo von Ellrichshausen …through Concept…
  75. 75. …through Streetscape… The “Connect Auraria Coalition” …through Partnerships…
  76. 76. …through Transit & Access….
  77. 77. …through the Education of the Future Workforce & Leaders of Downtown Denver…
  78. 78. Questions and Answers
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