Development of Miller’s Landing will occur in four phases, over the course of seven to 10 years. The core of the development will include the 150,000 sf multi-tenant office building, retail and entertainment sites, as well as a full-service hotel and conference center. Design has started on the core, and construction is set to begin in 2021. Surrounding the core will be a number of pad sites for single tenant corporate office use, and medical uses. The pad sites for users will range in size from 0.5 acres up to 12 acres. Some of the early team members include Norris Design, Tryba Architects and Rise Commercial Property Services and Hospitality at Work.
“Miller’s Landing is an exciting project in a fantastic location,” said Shawn Temple of P3 advisors. “The Denver Metro Area is one of the most economically vibrant in the nation and Castle Rock, along with Douglas County, has been one of the fastest growing submarkets in Denver. We, along with the Town of Castle Rock, look forward to activating this key intersection and creating a very unique employment center in Castle Rock – one that offers ease of access to both Denver and Colorado Springs, without the traffic associated with the Southeast Denver office corridor to the north.”
Riverwalk at Castle Rock
Riverwalk at Castle Rock, a $63 million mixed-use development in Castle Rock, is a catalytic project that includes 230 residential units and 15,000 square feet of ground level retail and restaurant space, as well as 34,000 square feet of office space. It is the result of a $7 million investment by the town of Castle Rock and helps to redefine the heart of Downtown Castle Rock.
The development includes two blocks of downtown Castle Rock (bookending both sides of Sellars Gulch along Wilcox Street), and consists of a mix of retail, office, and residential uses. Tenants include Great Divide Brewery and Roadhouse, Craft Co-Working and Renew Spa and Salon. Parking is provided one level below each building and at the street level, behind the retail sections. Confluence Companies is the developer, Confluence Builders served as the general contractor and Craine Architecture as the architect.
The Encore project, which is being developed by Confluence Companies, includes a seven story building including residential, retail and office space on the west side of the building adjacent to Wilcox Street and a parking garage on the east side adjacent to Perry Street. The project also includes a plaza area by Town Hall and an additional plaza space by Wilcox Street. The ground floor will contain retail and office space, while floors two through seven will house 124 for-sale condos. The parking garage includes 601 spaces total, 308 of which will be for public use. Sales of condominiums have gone extremely well, including the sale of a penthouse unit to former Denver Nugget Chris Anderson and his business partner.
Encore is surrounded by an abundance of restaurants, impressive retail, 29,000 square feet of commercial space and the 84,000 square foot Castle Rock Recreation Center and Festival Park. The development provides walkability and added luxuries including amazing views, livable and spacious floor plans, and a long list of amenities ranging from on-site parking, a dog park, club room, and even fitness facilities featuring a golf simulator and hot tub.
Confluence Builders is the general contractor for the project and Pivotal Architecture is the architect.