Denver’s always-busy Broadway Station may soon see the construction of a 1 million square foot Class A office project.
To be built jointly by the Dallas-based real estate development and investment company KDC and Denver’s Broadway Station Partners, the mixed-use project will feed into a growing demand for quality office space near the city’s transit stations.
Officially called Santa Fe Yards, the project will be built near the Broadway Station, which is the second busiest light rail station out of more than fifty such Regional Transportation District stations in the city.
As planned, the project will see the construction of four separate office structures, each measuring 250,000 square feet.
Each one of those buildings will additionally house conference space, a fitness center, café, and patio balconies.
Located at the intersection of Santa Fe Drive and Interstate 25, not far from the banks of the Platte River, the 5.3-acre project site will also include open space, bike and walking trails, and sports courts.
In a statement, Chris Selbo, the vice president of development at KDC, said the Santa Fe Yards project was poised to become “one of the top headquarters sites in the country.”
Selbo added that the project will include “everything corporate America looks for in a work environment, including adjacent mixed-use amenities, convenient site access via the highway and light rail, and building signage opportunities fronting the highway.”
By Garry Boulard
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