This new ground-up precast Class-A, 328,000-sf, 12-story office tower is the third and final building of the 900,000-sf Village Center Station – a campus largely built by AP that has changed the dynamic of the Denver Tech Center. The sole tenant of the building is Charter Communications. AP worked with Davis Partnership Architects for the core and shell and EUA for the tenant improvement.
The challenging preconstruction and estimating process involved coordination with two architects – a process that resulted in a building plate increase of 2,000 sf per floor and the addition of three stories. The parking garage grew from 700 stalls to 1,221, which not only necessitated adding a level to the building but also going below grade for another full level.
The project includes 18,000 sf of employee dining and a conference center within the parking garage, which is connected to the office tower by a sky bridge – another late addition to the project.
Building the complicated $100M+ project in just 20 months was complicated by the true zero lot line, requiring intensely close coordination with vendors and sub labor.
Shea Properties (Core/Shell) & Charter Communications (TI)
Davis Partnership Architects (Core/Shell) & EUA (TI)
Greenwood Village, CO