Page 48 - Colorado Construction & Design Magazine - Spring 2023
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 “Vectra Bank is proud to be a part of Belleview Station. The vibrancy, and prominent location, of our new Corporate Center offers our employees and customers access to a community filled with energy and opportunity.”
Bruce Alexander, President/CEO Vectra Bank Colorado
“Prime West is excited to be a part
of Belleview Station. To have the energy of an interactive, mixed-use community, with walkable amenities and transit opportunities is truly unique outside of a city core and
we are thankful to be part of this development!”
Jim Neenan, CEO Prime West
“Belleview Station is a model of the tremendous value created by patient place making. Each piece of the development has had the chance to establish itself uniquely, and also contribute to a vibrant, thriving neighborhood.”
Andy Rockmore, AIA, Architect/ Principal SAR+
“Belleview Station is a well planned, high density, mixed-use, walkable Transit Oriented Development project where the owners of the property have created a legacy development of high quality architecture which ties together to make a memorable and comfortable place to live, work and shop.
The development is covered by a rigorous design review process with both zoning and covenant enforced design standards and guidelines. These standards and guidelines are administered by an Architectural Control Committee composed of three experienced and talented architects, a landscape architect, and an urban designer. The success of the project is measured by its high office occupancy rates, a vibrant shopping street and highly desirable residential units. It is a jewel of which Denver can be proud.”
Dick Farley, FAIA - Principal, Richard Farley - Urban Design, LLC
 and management and Trey driving development and design, both steering Belleview Station towards a future full of promise.
“We’re about one-third of the way to full build-out, which we hope
to achieve by 2036,” said Brooke, Vice President, Front Range Land & Development Company, the master developer of Belleview Station. “Since Belleview Station broke ground in 2012, the development has enjoyed steady success based on the team’s original vision, our location in the heart of southeast Denver and the popularity we’ve achieved among businesses, retailers, restaurants and people in general. The companies that have invested here or have chosen to move here are realizing tremendous gains, and the people who live and work here have achieved a healthy live-work balance. This is a place where people and businesses
want to be.”
Today, Belleview Station has three residential buildings totaling more than 900 units, three office buildings totaling more than 800,000 square feet of space, and 90,000 square feet of retail space at the base of those buildings. Brooke and Trey project
Belleview Station to have 3,300 residential units (both for lease and for sale), 2.8 million square feet of office space and 205,000 square feet of retail by the year 2036.
Obviously, those numbers require density, but equally important is
the quality design and visionary development of Belleview Station. “We take the architecture and design of Belleview Station very seriously, to create and sustain long term value,” said Trey, who is an architect and worked with a team
of respected architects and planners to author the Architectural Control Committee Design Criteria for Belleview Station. He also chairs the Committee that reviews and oversees the design of each building. “We’re creating a vibrant community where people want to live, work and play. The architecture is contemporary with high quality materials that
are timeless and enduring. People and businesses are attracted to Belleview Station because of its quality and its density and our attention to detail. They know the next development will be carefully considered and only add to the community. The fact that we’re a Transit Oriented Development is also very appealing.”
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