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About Glendale 180

Located five miles southeast of downtown Denver and under a mile from the Cherry Creek Shopping District, Glendale 180 simultaneously marks a bold investment in the future and a revitalization of a Glendale that, for now, lives only in photographs and memories. Area residents can recall spending Saturdays at the Disney-backed Celebrity Sports Center, waiting in line to watch the original Star Wars on the Cooper Theater’s curved screen, or dancing all night at The Lift. While Glendale has seen an economic resurgence in the last decade, the buzzing social scene of the past has been missing from this region. Glendale 180 returns to fill that gap.

Glendale 180 is a nexus of entertainment and relaxation. It’s the home base for all types of people and occasions. It’s the go-to place for coffee and breakfast in the morning; a serene setting for a mid-morning walk or jog amid Colorado wildflowers; and, located just off Cherry Creek, the perfect waypoint to grab a snack on a sunny, weekend bike ride. In the evening, with the orange hues of a Rocky Mountain sunset as its backdrop, the central park will swell with thousands of people on their way to one of the area’s best restaurants, liveliest taverns, or newest entertainment concept.

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“This is a return to Glendale’s roots,” said Mary Beth Jenkins, president of The Laramie Company, which is coordinating leasing of Glendale 180. Serving as a bridge to the future while also channeling the best of Glendale’s past, it’s not simply a collection of businesses surrounded by a sea of asphalt. Glendale 180 is an extraordinary marriage of the beauty of Cherry Creek and the most densely populated city in the state. And it can only happen in Glendale – a place like no other.

New Entertainment District in Colorado
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$175 million development planned for Glendale
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$175M Entertainment District Coming to City of Glendale, Colo.
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City of Glendale, CO Announces A New Entertainment District
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City of Glendale, CO Announces A New Entertainment District
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Glendale has plans for $175 million dining, entertainment development
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The Glendale 180 Team

Wulfe & Co. Visit Us Online Wulfe & Co. Developer

Wulfe & Co. provides real estate services for retail property owners and retailers. They have leased, developed and managed some of Houston's most dynamic shopping centers - Meyerland Plaza, Gulfgate Center, Shepherd Square, Pinecroft Center, The Center at River Oaks, Deerbrook MarketPlace, Baybrook Village, Baybrook Gateway, and BLVD Place.

Bob Sellingsloh, President
(713) 621-1700

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Gensler Visit Us Online Gensler Architect

Gensler is widely recognized as the world’s leading collaborative design firm with more than 2,300 active clients, Gensler architecture reflects their knowledge of how people and organizations use and experience place and space. Projects: Shanghai Tower, Westin Denver International Airport, Facebook Headquarters

David Glover, Director of Retail Centers
(213) 327-3904

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Turner Construction Visit Us Online Turner Construction General Contractor

Turner is a North America-based, international construction services company and is a leading builder in diverse and numerous market segments. The company has earned recognition for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies, and making a difference for their clients, employees and community. Projects include: Infinity Park, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Aspen art Museum, Tiffany & Co., Dubai Mall.

Mark J. Huber, General Manager
(303) 753-9600

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The Laramie Company Visit Us Online The Laramie Company Leasing

The Laramie Company is a Denver-based, commercial real estate consulting, brokerage, development services and property management firm with national clients and experience. The firm was founded in 1991 by Mary Beth Jenkins and is licensed in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Texas. The firm’s principals offer more than fifty years of combined real estate experience. Projects include: Park Meadows, The Pavilion at Saks Center, and Biltmore Fashion Park.

Mary Beth Jenkins, Leasing Agent
(303) 573-1009

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Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers Visit Us Online Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers Civil and Structural Engineering

Martin/Martin, Inc. is a full-service civil and structural engineering and surveying firm, operating from Colorado since the 1940s. Martin/Martin are professional Engineers licensed in 42 states & DC; Canada: Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario & Yukon and their project experience extends to 49 states as well as overseas. Martin/Martin is widely acknowledged as a leading consulting civil and structural engineering firm in Colorado. Projects include: Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, Johns Manville, Lakewood City Commons.

Patrick Horn, Principal – Civil Engineering
(303) 431-6100

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Kumar and Associates, Inc. Visit Us Online Kumar and Associates, Inc. Geotechnical Engineering

K+A provides geotechnical engineering services, environmental sciences, engineering geology, and construction observation and material testing for land development, buildings, transportation, water resources and mining projects. Projects include: Denver International Airport, Sports Authority Stadium (formerly, Invesco Field at Mile High Football Stadium), Jackson Reservoir

Jim Noll, President
(303) 742-9700

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Syska Hennessey Visit Us Online Syska Hennessey Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering

Adolph G. Syska and John F. Hennessy founded Syska & Hennessy Engineers in New York and was among the first to specialize in the elaborate mechanical and electrical systems at the heart of 20th century structures. Since the opening of that first office, Syska Hennessy has grown nationally and globally, providing high-performance building technology, innovative solutions and delivering facilities that stand the test of time. Projects include: Minneapolis Convention Center, Sherman Oaks Galleria, Nokia Corporate Headquarters

Charbel Farah, Sr. Vice President
(310) 312-0200

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TDA Colorado Visit Us Online TDA Colorado Traffic Engineering

TDA Colorado offers solutions for key transportation and parking issues, including development of transportation systems with options to control — or eliminate — cars, reduce vehicular travel, and limit transportation's visual and physical presence. Projects include: Trinity Parkway, Lincoln Square, Seattle Public Library

David Leahy, Principal
(303) 825-7107

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Watry Design, Inc. Visit Us Online Watry Design, Inc. Parking Design

Watry Design Inc. designs surface, structured, underground and mixed-use parking, as well as parking garage components of larger buildings and developments. Projects include: UC Irvine, BART Fruitvale Transit Village, IKEA, Blossom Plaza

Dave LoCoco, Principal
(408) 392-7900

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Office of James Burnett Visit Us Online Office of James Burnett Landscape Architecture

The Office of James Burnett was founded in 1989 in Houston, Texas with the primary focus of creating landscapes that transform perspective and evoke emotional responses, creating unique and unforgettable sensory experiences in the garden. Their work is a testament to compositions that reflect a seamless, unified relationship between landscape and architecture. Projects include: RiverPoint, Conoco Phillips World Headquarters, Burbank Studios

Dillon Diers, Vice President
(858) 764-7944

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Square Peg Design Visit Us Online Square Peg Design Signage and Wayfinding

Square Peg develops branding and visual communications for the built environment, including the elements in the visual layer between the architecture and the end user; elements which enhance the environment while identifying, informing, directing and, in some cases, entertaining the user. Projects include: Oakland City Center, Carmel Valley Ranch, Disney Animation Suites Resort

Mike Moore, Principal
(510) 596-8810

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Taylor and Miller Design Visit Us Online Taylor and Miller Design Architectural Lighting

Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design was founded in 2002 by partners B. Alex Miller and Jeff Taylor. The firm is based in New York with fabrication facilities in the Berkshires and has a portfolio of projects that include residential, retail, gallery spaces, and installations alike. Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design has collaborated with diverse clients from both the United States and abroad. Projects include: Atlantic Gardens Development, Aveda Salon, Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Station, NY

B. Alex Miller, Partner
(617) 966-8540

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Wright Water Engineers Visit Us Online Wright Water Engineers Cherry Creek Permitting/Engineering

Wright Water Engineers was founded in 1961 to provide integrated water resources engineering services. Over the past five decades, the company has been at the leading edge of the shift from engineering with slide rules to the Information Era. Wright Water Engineers provides services for sustainability, public works, storm water and flood management, water rights and groundwater engineering. Projects include: Exxon Mobil, Vail Resorts, Town of Larkspur

Jon Hones, CEO
(303) 480-1700

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1.5 miles north of I-25

25-minute drive from Denver International Airport

5 miles southeast of Downtown Denver

9 million square feet of office space within Glendale

Borders Colorado Boulevard and Alameda Avenue, with over 100,000 vehicles per day

Connected to the Cherry Creek bike path, with over 37,000 riders per month

Less than 1 mile from Cherry Creek Shopping Center, the #1 tourist destination in Colorado

1.5 miles north of I-25

25-minute drive from Denver International Airport

5 miles southeast of Downtown Denver

9 million square feet of office space within Glendale

Borders Colorado Boulevard and Alameda Avenue, with over 100,000 vehicles per day

Connected to the Cherry Creek bike path, with over 37,000 riders per month

Less than 1 mile from Cherry Creek Shopping Center, the #1 tourist destination in Colorado

Glendale 180 News

Glendale 180 on Clear Path Forward

Glendale 180 on Clear Path Forward

An offer by the Glendale Urban Renewal Authority (the Authority) to acquire a parcel of land at Virginia Avenue and Colorado Boulevard owned by M.A.K. Investment Group, LLC was rejected today, further defining the path forward for the Glendale 180 project.
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Glendale 180 Project Set to Cross Important Juncture

Glendale 180 Project Set to Cross Important Juncture

Glendale Urban Renewal Offers to Acquire MAK Colorado Boulevard Property or Drop it from Development Plan
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Glendale 180 Announced

Glendale 180 Announced

Today, the City of Glendale, Colorado, introduced Glendale 180, a dining and entertainment development that reestablishes Glendale’s position as the essential social hub of the Denver area.
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City of Glendale Leadership

City of Glendale Leadership

Here are the leaders of the City of Glendale and a part of the team that is bringing the Glendale 180 project to you.
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Message From The Mayor

Message From The Mayor

A special message from the Mayor of Glendale about the Glendale 180 project.
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Glendale 180 Fast Facts

Glendale 180 Fast Facts

Here are some important facts that you will be interested in when learning about the Glenadale 180 project.
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Become A Tenant

The lineup of tenants is currently being assembled with a discerning eye that will bring the 300,000 square feet of leasable space to life. The leasing team has been canvassing the country, looking for a mix of traditional anchors, fine dining, and fun concepts you won’t find anywhere else in Colorado. If you are interested, please connect with The Laramie Company.

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Leasable Square Feet: 303,225

Breakdown of Leasable Square Feet

Entertainment: 109,000

Food/Beverage: 151,725

Retail: 42,500

Total spaces: 2,270

Primary Trade Area

  • Population 858,257
  • Average household income $69,804

Five-Mile Radius

  • Population 493,829
  • Average household income $71,429

Three-Mile Radius

  • Population 200,183
  • Average household income $83,233
  • 143,895 employees
  • 35,000,000 square feet of office/daytime use
  • The Glendale SuperTarget was the first in the chain to be located outside of Minnesota, and is in the top four retail producing stores in the world for the Target chain.
  • The Glendale Home Depot is the top producer in its region.
  • The Glendale PetsMart is the chain’s highest volume store in the country.
  • The Glendale Pinkberry yogurt store opened in 2010 and immediately shot to number one in the chain nationally.
  • Glendale’s 2014 sales tax collections were the highest in its history.
  • Glendale boasts a AA- bond rating, which is unprecedented for a city of its size.

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