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TABLE OF CONTENTS DIGITAL HEALTH

CATALYST HTI

6 Digital Health Dynamics

32 Catalyst HTI Vision

8 What is Digital Health

34 Catalyst HTI Master Plan

10 Catalyst HTI Mission

36 Phase I Rendering

12 Catalyst HTI Ecosystem

38 Industry Integrator

14 Why Colorado

40 Serendipitous Moments 42 Community Amenities

CATALYST HTI LOCATION

44 Seventh Floor Plan

18 River North Dynamic

46 Projected Timeline

20 Transportation & Access 22 Regional Connectivity

PARTNERSHIP TEAM

24 Regional Lifestyle

50 The Catalyst HTI Team

26 Outdoor Retreat

51 Government Alliances

28 RiNo Master Plan

52 Letters of Support


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DIGITAL HEALTH

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Digital Health Dynamics

LOCATE. COLLABORATE. LEARN. A digital health ecosystem - located in Denver, Colorado‘s River North District (RiNo), Catalyst HTI dynamically brings together private enterprise (startups to Fortune 20), government, academic and non-profit organizations with healthcare providers and payers to accelerate innovation and drive real, lasting change. This immersive facility opens in Q1 2018.

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What is Digital Health?

What is Digital Health? “Digital health” encompasses information and communication technologies such as telemedicine, genomics, mobile apps, wearable technologies and data analytics. It presents the greatest opportunities to improve people’s health and to make the healthcare system more effective, efficient and less expensive. Applying information and communications technologies — telemedicine, mobile apps, wearable tech, genomics, business intelligence, data analytics, to name a few — to improve health.

Information sourced from Prime Health

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HEALTH-TECH CLUSTER SYSTEMS Work together to create world leading solutions and delivery models that support the shift towards sustainable healthcare services which must become predictive, preventive, personalized and participatory.

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Catalyst HTI Mission

Imagine an environment THAT CULTIVATES vertical ecosystems WHICH CAN revolutionize healthcare 10


CATALYST HTI MISSION: Catalyst HTI will create a community of digital health professionals and businesses in order to quicken the pace of healthcare advancement by providing a welcoming, healthy, and informative environment where thought leaders can innovate and collaborate. By 2020, national health expenditures are forecasted to be $5 trillion a year. Nearly $1 in every $5 spent in the U.S. will be on healthcare - the challenge is enormous and the problem is very real. Colorado meanwhile ranks among the healthiest in the country and is the second best state for entrepreneurship and innovative technology startups. Colorado is also home to a fast-growing digital health cluster that incorporates more than 125+ companies, employing thousands of workers and attracting many tens of millions of dollars in capital investment. We believe in Colorado’s growing healthcare industry and the power of technology to transform the system, save lives and alter how service is delivered and received.

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Catalyst HTI Ecosystem

CATALYST HTI:

accelerated results

A first-in-class collaborative office ecosystem geared to revolutionize healthcare. Catalyst HTI welcomes entrepreneurs and industry leaders pursuing innovation in mobile and wearable tech, digital health enterprise platforms, smart device technologies, and related fields. The Catalyst HTI ecosystem will offer a 3D Printing and Idea Lab, a software and business academy, incubator, accelerators, venture funding, a Primary Care Clinic, proximity to downtown and University of Colorado Anschutz’s Medical campus, along with onsite restaurants, workout facility, event and meeting spaces, and more to advance the progress of ideas and action for the healthcare industry. If you’re passionate about changing the healthcare industry and improving people’s lives, come join the Catalyst HTI ecosystem.

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“We’re not going to re-imagine healthcare just through the largest and most powerful organizations that have dominated the space for the past fifty years. And it won’t happen with startups alone. We have to do it together. Because if we don’t, we are trending towards a five trillion dollar problem that can bring our country to its knees.“ -Mike Biselli, TEDxRiNo

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T o p H e a lt h c a r e + We l l n e s s

Why Colorado?

why Colorado? “Colo ra do h a s a tta i n e d top - t i e r s t at u s for i ts su pport of innova tio n , en t re p re n e u rs h i p , t ale n t pipe line , an d overa l l eco n o mi c ac t i v i t y. Th e s t ate ha s ma d e co n cer ted ef fo r ts to b u i ld a s t ron g e n t re pre ne u ria l eco system , ty in g its e con om i c s t re n g t h to cont inu e d diversif ica tio n a n d g rowt h i n i t s e me rg i ng hig htech sec to r . Co l o rad o h as many p rog ram s to foste r i nnovatio n a n d en cou rag e s t art u p s , an d promote s this g row th th r o u g h s oli d le n d i n g p rac t i ces a nd t he wid e ava il a bil ity of b road b an d i n te rn e t . “ -US Chamber Foundation

• 192,290 healthcare and wellness workers • 18,160 companies across the region • 4.9% healthcare job growth in 2014, compared to 1.6% nationally

D i g i t a l h e a lt h • Goldman analysts predict that digital healthcare will revolutionize the industry, market revenues could reach $32.4 billion in the near term • 125+ Digital Health Companies in Colorado (as of 12/7/15) • $146M raised by Colorado Digital Health Companies, 1/15-12/15

H e a lt h y, S k i l l e d , a n d P r o d u c t i v e W o r k f o r c e • #1 in Millennial Growth since 2007

Innovation • #4 Innovation + Entrepreneurship • #4 High-Tech Performance • #5: Economic Performance • #8 Talent Pipeline • Top 10 digital health cluster in the nation

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Resources: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, NY Times, Business Insider, MetroDenver.org, Prime Health and JLL Research.

• Leanest state in the nation with the lowest rate of adult obesity • #2 most highly educated state in the nation • ~38% of Colorado’s adult population has completed a bachelor’s or higher-level degree • 47% Increase in number of college graduates, age 25 to 34, 2000 to 2012 • Healthy employees are more productive, have less absenteeism, and cost an average of $4,000 less each year in healthcare costs.


FLIGHT TIMES Economic Performance

High-Tech Performance

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A growing tech sector makes Colorado a top performer in entrepreneurship, innovation, talent pipeline, and overall economic activity.

Boston New York City Miami Los Angeles San Francisco

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Seattle 3 hours

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Chicago

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Average flight time from Denver International Airport to top Digital Health Tech Cities: 2 hours and 40 minutes.

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CATALYST HTI LOCATION

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River North Dynamic

RiNo - RIVER NORTH

Creative. Vibrant. Evolving.

On the north edge of Downtown Denver, RiNo is home to a remarkable array of creative businesses. Retaining its historical character as an industrial hub, RiNo has transitioned into fertile ground for established and emerging arts, artists and creatives. You’ll also find plenty of cafÊs, restaurants, and friendly people energizing this emerging neighborhood.

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Centrally Located The RiNo Master Plan and RiNo Park Plan provide a true neighborhood infrastructure, building walkable sidewalks, creating open space, and adding extensive streetscaping. The plans continue to grow the larger community and its connectivity. Brighton Boulevard improvements are underway for a new major thoroughfare. With close downtown proximity and diverse transportation choices, you can get where you want to go, your way: car, rail, bike, bus, or walk.

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Regional Connectivity

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5 MINS TO COMMUTER RAIL, PROVIDING ACCESS TO CLINICIANS, Physicians + major transportation hubs “Th e Ci t y of D e nve r h as s eve ra l ma jor re d eve lopme nt a nd infra st ru c t u re projects taking p lace t h at p rov i d e a co nne c t ion from De nve r U nion St a t ion to De nve r I nter national A i rp ort . N am e d t h e Corrid or of Opport u nit y , t he ne a rly 2 3-mile st re tc h i s one of the mos t com p e lli n g com m e rc ia l inve st me nt opport u nit ie s in t he world , with thousands of d eve lop ab le ac re s . “ -City and County of Denver

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UNION STATION - DOWNTOWN DENVER

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ANSCHUTZ MEDICAL CAMPUS

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Denver International Airport

DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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ANSCHUTZ MEDICAL CAMPUS -- University of Colorado Health Systems

-- Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC)

-- Children‘s Hospital

-- Fitzsimons Life Science District

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RiNo Lifestyle

Yatch Club (The Source) Welcome Inn

DADA Art Bar Night Bazaar Matchbox Cold Crush Meadowlark Bar First Draft Taproom Casselman’s Bar and Venue Bar Fausto EXDO Event Center NOCTURNE Jazz Club LARIMER LOUNGE

Finn’s Manor

BARS/EVENT & MUSIC VENUES

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Blue Moon Tap Room Mockery Bar

RESTAURANTS Acorn (The Source) Comida (The Source) Will Call AMERICATUS Tengu Denver Los Chingones Billy’s Gourmet Hotdogs SugarMill Work & Class Meadowlark Kitchen Owlbeat BBQ La Casa De Manual The Populist

Boxcar Coffee Roaster (The Source) Ink! Coffee

Crema Coffee House

Novo Coffee Hutch & Spoon Huckleberry Roasters

theorem Mile High Mutual Friend Zephyr Brewing Company

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JAKE’S SPORTS & SPIRITS Rackhouse Pub Biju’s Little Curry Shop Park Burger RiNo Osaka Ramen Butcher Block Café Rebel Restaurant Hop Alley Cart-Driver SushiRama

GALLERIES & CULTURE aBUZZ Gallery Blue Silo Studios Dada Art Bar

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Forney Museum Of Transportation Helikon Gallery & Studios

Hinterland Ice Cube Gallery Ironton Studios & Gallery William Matthews Pattern Shop Studio Plinth Gallery Redline Rule Gallery Svper Ordinary Wazee Union & Walnut Workshops Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery

Brewing BLACK SHIRT BREWING CO. Ratio Beryl’s Beer Co C Squared Cider Stem

The Proper Pour (The Source) Mondo Market (The Source) Babettes (The Source)

Beet and Yarrow (The Source) Power Yoga

Core Metro Boom City Bark Lodo

Mile High Mutts Downtown Dogs & Cats Topo Design Stone crafters Studio 2b Emma & Grace Bridal Studio

Banshee Press Parasol Larimer Lounge Meadowlark 54 Raw Pawz Pet Deli Yours Truly Cupcakes

Kit and Ace Altitude Brewing & Supply Haven Nail Salon Whiskey Grade (Night Bazaar) Blue Spruce Vintage (Night Bazaar) RiNo Velo (Night Bazaar) Rosewater Creative (Night Bazaar) All Its Own (Night Bazaar)

Storehouse (Night Bazaar) Bazaar)

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Villages (Night Bazaar) Goose & the Goat (Night Bazaar) Define Cycling Shea Clothing

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RiNo is one of the Denver metro area’s hottest residential markets, with multi-family units leading the way. As this area expands its influence, hotel rooms are adding to the mix, activating hospitality nodes for business and pleasure travelers.

millennials want to live here

Multi-Family

Single Family

Hotel Rooms

1,338 units existing 1,881 units planned

2,075 homes existing 75 homes planned

110 rooms under construction 210 rooms planned

2,519 TOTAL Housing Influence Area: 1.5 miles from Catalyst HTI

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River North Park

Outdoor Retreat

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Located adjacent to the Catalyst HTI site, River North Park will serve as a vital neighborhood center with park infrastructure, walking/running trails, planned art installations, and a Festival Street.

trails +

Cyclists can easily access RiNo via the South Platte River Greenway Trail just west of downtown at 15th and Little Raven Streets.

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Proposed pedestrian bridges will join east with west neighborhoods, connecting communities, jobs, shopping and leisure activities.

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RiNo Master Plan

RiNo on the MOVE 1 Green Box Self Storage 2 The Crossing 3 The Marq at RiNo 4 Citygate 5 Mill Creek Residential 6 Brue Capital Partners 7 Dana Crawford 8 Evan Makovsky 9 Industry Denver 10 Koelbel Townhomes 11 Lynd Development 12 Proposed Retail Development 13 Broadstone RiNo 14 Block 32 15 Green Box Self Storage 16 Drive Train - Townhomes / Retail 17 The Source - Hotel 18 The Source 19 Burgess / Koelbel - Future Development 20 Great Divide Brewing 21 River North Park 22 Mile High Mutts Daycare

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23 Mockery Brewing 24 Denver Spring 25 Gauge 26 Tributary Real Estate 27 RTD Commuter Rail Station 28 Giambrocco Assemblage 29 Paulson 30 Tributary Real Estate 31 Equity Ventures 32 Blue Moon Brewery 33 Family Environmental- RiNo 34 RTD 35 Ready Ice Site - Taxi Expansion 36 Taxi Development 37 Cement Factory - Under Contract 38 Proposed Hotel 39 RTD Parking 40 Pepsi Bottling 41 Westfield 42 Globeville Landing Park 43 National Western Stock Show


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Catalyst HTI Vision

PASSIONATE. DYNAMIC. COMMITTED. We believe the power of technology can transform healthcare, save lives and alter how care is delivered and received. We also believe collaborative environments have the power to exponentially increase the progress of new ideas. By combining the powers of health-tech and collaborative environments, Catalyst HTI has an opportunity to revolutionize healthcare.

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Catalyst HTI Master Plan

Catalyst HTI - MASTER PLAN

300,000 sq.ft.

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Industry Integrator

Catalyst HTI

AN INDUSTRY INTEGRATOR

Catalyst HTI will be an industry integrator, a real estate development that will bring together relevant stakeholders from across the healthcare industry to accelerate the industry’s current reimagining. From established healthcare organizations to digital health startups, from business accelerators to advocacy organizations, and from medical schools like CU Anschutz to global health-tech companies, everyone in Catalyst HTI will work side-by-side to create, develop, refine and bring to market cutting edge innovations that will fundamentally transform healthcare as we know it.

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CATALYST HTI TENANT MIX

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Serendipitous Moments

“Create the opportunity for meaningful collisions... Then just watch as the best things unfold.“

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-Tony Hsieh, Zappo‘s CEO


Boardroom and Living Room Connecting Staircases Top to bottom centralized staircases allow for full connectivity throughout the Catalyst HTI ecosystem.

SERENDIPITOUS COLLISIONS Serendipitous /ˌserənˈdipədəs/ n: the unexpected encounter of two or more

Community Kitchen

people resulting in a new idea or combination of existing ideas to the greater benefit of all parties involved.

3D Printing Lab Coding Academy WELL Building Standards Community Lobby / Receptionist

Cafe

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Community Amenities COMMUNITY LOBBY / RECEPTIONIST

COMMUNITY KITCHEN

Catalyst HTI’s Community Lobby, located off Brighton Boulevard, will a be meeting place for tenants, visitors, to gather and collaborate in a highly synergistic environment. The Community Lobby, with an expansive, monumental stairwell will set the tone for the rest of the Building. After walking the vestibule, tenants and visitors will encounter a welcoming lobby with ample tables and chairs for tenants to greet and meet with visitors in an open and collaborative environment. The lobby will also include a fulltime receptionist to ensure a variety of tenant needs are accommodated throughout Catalyst HTI.

Open to all Tenants, the Community Kitchen will be conveniently located on the fourth (4th) floor overlooking the Downtown Skyline and Rocky Mountains. Included and complimentary to all Tenants will be a coffee refreshment bar, TV Monitors, Shuffle Board and other inviting social activities. Beer will also be provided at a minimum cost. The Community Kitchen will be designed with the objective of creating Tenant Space efficiencies.

THE BOARDROOM Located on the seventh (7th) floor of Catalyst HTI, The Boardroom will serve as the ideal setting for celebratory events and VIP sessions for all Catalyst HTI Tenants to utilize. The Boardroom will offer astounding views of Downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains, ensuring that all tenants enjoy the best views Catalyst HTI has to offer.

LIVING ROOM

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BIKE STORAGE / WELL BUILDING Catalyst HTI will be designed to meet the WELL Building Standard and as such the building will be designed as a workplace to help keep Tenants fit throughout simple opportunities for physical movement throughout the day. One key element will be to encourage Tenants to bike-to-work and ample bike storage will be provided at no cost within Catalyst HTI’s parking deck. Bike Storage area will include a maintenance bench.

FITNESS FACILITY Located off the Grand Lobby, catalyst HTI’s Fitness Facility will include room for group classes as well as showers and changing rooms.

Immediately adjacent to The Boardroom, Catalyst’ Living Room is intended for a relaxing reprieve for Tenants to enjoy some of the best views available in the River North District of Denver. Offering an outdoor patio with seating, the Living Room will be located at the landing of the monumental stairwell, allowing for spontaneous gatherings by all. Provided at no cost to Tenants, the Living Room can be exclusively reserved with Board Room for special events.

Located on the fourth (4th) floor, the Shared Conference Rooms will complement the Board Room by providing a larger capacity of occupants with a particular emphasis on Desks and Smaller Office Tenants located within the 4th floor’s community environment. The intent of the Shared Conference Room is to allow all tenants to utilize on a reasonable basis.

EVENT CENTER

RETAILERS

With capacity of up to 300 persons, Catalyst HTI’s Event Center will be located off 35th Avenue directly across the street from the Great Divide Brewery. When not reserved, the Event Center will be open for all Tenants to use as a natural gathering place. The Event Center will be specifically designed for presentations, training and informal company announcements. Additionally, Catalyst HTI will program the Event Center with educational and community building events such as lectures and seasonal parties to foster greater community interaction.

Catalyst HTI’s first (1st) level along Brighton Boulevard, 35th Avenue and Delgany will be dedicated to a wide and complimentary array of retailers. Catalyst HTI’s retail plan will be focused on securing commitments from restaurants, financial services, primary care, artist studios and a café. Café Catalyst is planned to be located immediately off the Grand Lobby providing an offering of coffee, tea, an expresso bar and healthy food items.

SHARED CONFERENCE ROOMS


Boardroom and Living Room Level 7 / Roof Deck Community Kitchen Level 4

Workout Facility Level 1

Conference Room Level 4

Retail Level 1 Retail + Artist Studios Level 1 Event Center Level 1 Retail Level 1

Cafe Catalyst Level 1

Community Lobby / Receptionist Communicating Stairs from Level 1-7

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Catalyst HTI Executive Boardroom Actual view looking towards Downtown Denver from the 7th floor Boardroom.

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This design is conceptual and representative of the programming intended for this space. Final design will be similar but not exactly as shown.

SEVENTH FLOOR PLAN Executive Boardroom

Warming Kitchen

Roof Patio

Living Room

Connecting Staircase

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Projected Timeline

timeline at a glance CATALYST HTI GROUNDBREAKING

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CATALYST Projected Timeline

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BUILDING DESIGN Land Acquisition & Announcement Conceptual & Schematic Design

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PRE-LEASE COMMITMENTS & DESIGN Execute Leases to Achieve Required Pre-Leasing Core and Shell Construction Documents

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Entitlement Approval from City Tenant Design Developer Termination Date Tenant Permitting Review Tenant Bid and Procurement of Construction Team

BRIGHTON BLVD. & BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Project General Contractor Released to Proceed Building Core & Shell Groundbreaking

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Building Construction Timeframe City Street Enhancements to Brighton Boulevard Light Rail Station Completion Pedestrian Bridge over Light Rail & Platte River

TENANT CONSTRUCTION & CATALYST DELIVERY Tenant Interior Build-Out Catalyst Delivery

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PARTNERSHIP TEAM

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The Catalyst HTI Team

Koelbel and Company Founded by Walter A. Koelbel in 1952, Koelbel and Company is well into its sixth decade of operation having grown from a residential brokerage firm into a full service real estate company. Koelbel and Company has evolved with a changing real estate market by remembering its founder’s principle that “under all lies the land, we must protect it and use it wisely.” Combining the responsibility of being a custodian of the land for a short period of time with the desire to create a lasting and positive addition to the regional landscape for future generations has allowed the company to build well-located large-scale land developments throughout Denver and the Front Range. A conservative approach to land acquisition and effective use of a joint venture philosophy has served Koelbel and Company well through the cyclical swings of Colorado’s real estate economy. Koelbel and Company’s success is based on a selection of superior locations, a strong commitment to aesthetic quality and excellence, innovative planning, and a conservative philosophy that employs patience when necessary. Over its history Koelbel and Company has developed some of the region’s most iconic projects including: • The Breaker’s Resort – A 1,523 unit apartment complex siting adjacent to Denver’s second largest lake. Completed in 1993, it remains the region’s largest apartment complex. • Pinehurst Country Club – The region’s first master-planned golf course community. Started in the 1950’s the property spans 600 acres with over 800 homes. • The Preserve at Greenwood Village – The region’s premier custom home community with 540 custom homes on 540 acres adjacent to the Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve. 50

• Rendezvous Colorado – A 1,100 acre resort community in Winter Park. • Centennial Valley – A 125 acre commercial development just outside of Boulder with retail and office buildings ranging in size from 60,000 to 75,000 square feet. Current and former tenants include Idol Minds, Sun Microsystems, and Spyder. The company is also active in affordable housing having delivered over 300 units of affordable housing in six projects since 2010. Additionally, Koelbel recently ventured into boutique infill development with Koelbel Urban Homes which will deliver over 200 high quality townhomes and single family homes in some of the region’s most desirable neighborhoods over the next four years. Walter A. (Buz) Koelbel, Jr., who has been actively involved for nearly 40 years, serves as President and considers the past sixty-plus years “a good start” because Koelbel and Company’s focus is always on the future.

L&M Capital Investments With RiNo representing one of the region’s most highly sought investment districts, The Burgess family has shown great patience in achieving their long-held vision to create a legacy development for Denver. The family has owned and operated the Catalyst HTI site in RiNo since 1968. Over the past 40+ years, the family has continually sought the right market dynamics and a highly unique opportunity for Colorado. Catalyst HTI represents that opportunity and the family is honored to contribute toward the resources that will help ignite change for an ailing healthcare industry.

Mike Biselli Mike Biselli, Co-Founder and President of Catalyst HTI, caught his first glimpse of the current state of US healthcare while working for several industry-leading medical device companies in Nevada and Colorado. Where others saw a healthcare system broken almost beyond repair, he quickly apprehended an opportunity to create innovative technology solutions that would increase patient engagement and improve population health, all while reducing costs. After co-founding MedPassage, his first attempt at easing the healthcare crisis through digital health technology, Mike began collaborating with a variety of individuals and organizations committed to fostering innovative approaches to improving healthcare in America. Yet it was only while serving as a Board Member of Prime Health and a Senior Advisor to 10.10.10 that Mike fully comprehended the transformative potential of a growing grassroots movement in Colorado (ranked #6 Digital Health Cluster in nation; 2014, Rock Health) that was intent on changing the US healthcare system for the better. Witnessing firsthand in Prime Health the tremendous power that a determined group of physicians, entrepreneurs, and technologists could wield, Mike realized just how much more could be achieved if that power were harnessed, and the vision for Catalyst HTI was born. Now, in partnership with governmental, academic, nonprofit, and commercial organizations, the Catalyst HTI team is developing a health-tech innovation ecosystem in Denver’s RiNo district that will bring together health-tech startups and Fortune 20s alike in the race to fix American healthcare.


GOVERNMENT ALLIANCES City of Denver RiNo is identified as Denver’s Corridor of Opportunity and specifically Brighton Boulevard, by the City, as one of the most compelling commercial investment opportunities in the world. Mayor Hancock’s focus on RiNo and Brighton Boulevard is supported by over $30 million in streetscape improvements that will be made in 2016 – 17. Additionally, the City is currently implementing enhancement plans that will include a $186 million redevelopment of the National Western’s entertainment venue, further improvements to Interstate 70, and RiNo pedestrian and community enhancements including three pedestrian bridges and public parks.

State of Colorado Colorado’s Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) is committed to supporting the job-growth engine that Catalyst’ digital health initiative will create. In 2015 alone, OEDIT approved $15 million in tax credits to support start-up digital health platforms that are enhancing current long-held healthcare systems. Further, Colorado’s Health Institute, in partnership with OEDIT, have identified the health and wellness industry as one of the State’s key segments for growth and are actively implementing an economic growth strategy.

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Letters of Support

October 21, 2015 Greetings: We are writing this letter in support of the Catalyst HTI project. This vision to develop a modern collaborative ecosystem will bring together private health, government, academic, and non-profit organizations with healthcare providers and insurance companies to help accelerate innovation and drive progress in our state and beyond. Catalyst HTI is unique for reasons of education, innovation, and location. By leveraging relationships with Prime Health Collaborative and the University of Colorado Anschutz’s Medical Center, this project will help serve as a “home base” for our state’s burgeoning digital health community and will facilitate knowledge development and industry discussion. Catalyst HTI will also function as an incubator for “serendipitous collisions” by helping to connect start-ups with end-users and established companies with those in need of investment. This project is also centrally-located in Denver’s up-and-coming River North District (RiNo), offering easy access to other parts of the city and the state. Catalyst HTI offers a compelling vision for how 21st century industry can approach innovation and collaboration. Bringing together and connecting the best and the brightest will help to advance health and technology, and will generate a significant benefit for our economy and our workforce. We are proud of projects like Catalyst HTI that make Colorado dynamic, forward-thinking, and industry-leading. Sincerely,

John W. Hickenlooper Governor

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October 26, 2015    To Whom It May Concern:    As the Councilman for District 9, I am writing to express my support for Catalyst  HTI.  As I represent Denver’s most diverse district, it is my responsibility to  connect diverse communities and to fully represent all of its residents.  With a  focused vision for a better district, we are determined to bring positive changes to  the area.    I’ve seen firsthand the exciting and rapid transformation this neighborhood is  experiencing, especially along the Brighton Corridor.  The Brighton corridor is  partnering with artists, risk‐takers and visionaries.  Catalyst HTI is a perfect  addition and will be a key component of keeping this neighborhood at the  forefront of Denver’s most innovative district for the next 50 years.       This is the type of project that will keep Denver the most dynamic city in the  country and I’m proud that it chose to call District 9 home.  Denver is innovative  by nature and any company that chooses to locate here will no doubt benefit  from the city’s inherent culture of collaboration.  Bringing established companies  together with innovative entrepreneurs will foster the type of environment that  will speed up the pace of innovation in the healthcare industry.      On behalf of the constituents in District 9, Catalyst HTI’s vision and mission have  my full support!  Please contact me with any questions at (720) 337‐7709.    Sincerely, 

  Albus Brooks  Denver City Council, District 9   


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