- Downtown Denver Partnership launches development map.
- Map shows dozens of public and private developments.
- A link to the map is at the bottom of this article.
During the past five years, more than 6,000 residential units were added or are under construction in downtown Denver.
That is one of the key findings in the release of a map pinpointing developments in downtown that was released today by the Downtown Denver Partnership.
The Downtown Denver Development Map was released at the partnership’s monthly member forum, titled: Downtown Development Takes Off: Creating a World Class City.
The map is intended for developers, investors and brokers interested in downtown Denver.
The map illustrates the robust private and public investments that have occurred in Denver’s urban core over the past five years, as well as the 20 developments currently under construction. The map lists 72 public and private sector developments or infrastructure projects in Downtown Denver.
The development map, which highlights key investments in the Downtown community, was presented by the Kiewit Building Group and published by the Downtown Denver Partnership, with the support of the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District.
“We have seen a great concentration of development in the center city over the past five years signaling ongoing investment in downtown,” said Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership.
“Highlighting these developments in this unique development map allows us to tell the story of growth and expansion in the urban center and share with developers and business leaders in order to continue those investments in the future,” she added.
In addition to mapping developments, the map reports on several key facts about Downtown Denver developments over the last five years:
- 6,061 residential units added or under construction.
- 2.36 million square feet of office space added or under construction.
- 2,190 hotel rooms added or under construction.
- 42 percent of projects were residential.
- 20 projects listed on the map are currently under construction, seven of which are in the Union Station area.
To view the map, please visit Downtown Denver Partnership.
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