DESIGN AND FABRICATION
Strengthening North Denver Industry. 21ST CENTURY MAKING
Innovative hand crafted production. INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
Existing infrastructure fosters new industry.
reignites the industrial heritage of North Denver, reclaiming the former Denver Post Printing Press Facility to provide space for 21st century making, integrating design and fabrication with technology and community. Located amidst a collection of industries and neighborhoodsâ€” fabrication, carpentry, education and student housingâ€”the 41-acre redevelopment will provide a collaborative center to share, gather, live and create. 1
Innovation fuels our creative community. Nurtured by collaborative spaces fostering creative encounters, individuals, businesses and institutions are able to share ideas and innovate. Small to largeâ€”start-up incubators to established companies of scaleâ€” provides unparalleled flexibility and room for businesses and individuals to grow.
Shared spaces invite partnerships, innovation and community.
Live creatively, urban and with options. Walk, bike or ride the train to work; enjoy mountain and downtown views; savor food and goods crafted and sold on-site; live or work in a loft, townhome, micro-unit or apartment.
Everyday amenities and goods designed, made and sold on-site.
Local grocery and dining options sourced from our rooftop farms and test kitchens.
A PLACE TO LIVE
Parks, plazas and rooftop decks for playing or relaxing.
The best of Colorado living and business atmosphere in one unique development.
â€‰A NEW URBAN
â€Š captures Denverâ€™s entrepreneurial and collaborative spiritâ€”integrating community, innovation and industry to create unparalleled opportunities for business and individual growth.
’s central location and high geographic elevation afford convenient mobility and unrivaled interstate visibility. Pick your mode—train, car, bike or walk— is minutes from downtown, Central Platte Valley, Denver International Airport and the Rocky Mountains.
is at the intersection of North American commerce and transportation.
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NEIGHBORHOOD North Denver is filled with makers and vibrant historic neighborhoods. Forty design and fabrication businesses operate within a half-mile of and 15,000 residents live in Sunnyside and Globeville.
The former Denver Brick and Pipe Co. was located on Fox Street between 44th and 45th Avenues.
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PLAN OVERVIEW The plan creates extraordinary places and development opportunities with an integrated network of streets, open spaces and views. These dynamic districts and places nurture a collaborative and distinctly Colorado culture.
Three Distinct Districts 1 PRINTING PLANT The former Denver Post Printing Press Facility— expanded from 227,000 SF to 415,000 SF—anchors the Printing Plant. New surrounding development benefits from the existing infrastructure and industrial character of the adapted structure. 2 FOX PARK Fox Park is a new residential district with townhomes and high-rise living distinguished by park, mountain and downtown views. 3 BRICK YARD Located on the Former Denver Brick and Pipe Co. fabrication site, the Brick Yard is a creative district with live/work lofts, micro-units and high density mixed-use. Galapago Street Market, Maker’s Alley and Huron Street Rail Park infuse the district with industrial character and collaborative public spaces.
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Plan Organization The Plan fosters an engaging and connected public realm.
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Fox Street and 47th Avenue extend to strengthen regional access. Elati Boulevard merges with the local street grid and soaring geometries of the I-25 / I-70 interchange. Galapago Street Market connects pedestrians and bicyclists from the Printing Plant District to 41st and Fox Transit Station.
PARKS & OPEN SPACE
Parks and open space provide recreation while integrating storm water detention and site drainage where possible. PARK ROOF TERRACE / COURTYARD PLAZA
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The Denver street rid integrates with the former Denver Post Printing Press Facility, creating dynamic and distinct experiences shaped by views, materials, width and adjacent uses.
Commercial uses reinforce primary streets and public spaces, while residential lines parks and quieter streets.
MAKER/INDUSTRIAL OFFICE RESIDENTIAL OPEN SPACE PLAZA
PRINTING PLANT DISTRICT The heart ofâ€Š . 21st century creative mixeduse fueled by transformative industrial reclamation.
1 MILLION SF Retail Maker/Industrial Office Residential 17
Press Room Marketplace An open marketplace featuring craft maker retail, collaborative workspaces and office.
Warehouse A 70,000+ SF warehouse a offers unique opportunity for large format making and fabrication leveraging pre-cast structure, open floor plan, utility and loading dock infrastructure.
PRINTING PLANT DISTRICT
1 Maker/Office Repurposed
3 Maker/Office Warehouse Extension
4 Mixed-Use Parking Structure
Paper Storage Warehouse
PRESS ROOM MARKETPLACE
5 Repurposed Printing Press Gallery with
Retail, Maker and Co-working Spaces
THE DOCKS 6 Repurposed Distribution Warehouse
7 Maker/Office Warehouse
8 Live/Work Courtyard Lofts
9 Live/Work Courtyard Lofts and
with Maker, Office and Retail Spaces
10 Residences, Townhomes and Galapago Retail
47th Ave Forest Maker’s Alley
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FOX PARK DISTRICT A new neighborhood for recreation, inspiration, community gathering and living.
1 MILLION SF Residential
Fox Park The epicenter of community activity, recreation and parkside urban living.
FOX PARK DISTRICT
Development Opportunities PARKSIDE RESIDENCES
1 Townhomes and High-Rise Residences
2 Townhomes and Mid-Rise Residences
3 Townhomes and Mid-Rise Residences
4 Townhomes and Low-Rise Residences
5 High-Rise Residences
6 High-Rise Residences
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BRICK YARD DISTRICT Make, sell, live and connect. Commercial spaces and residences for creators and makers.
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Galapago Street Market Home to craft-retailers, wholesale and artisans, connecting the Brick Yard to 41st and Fox Transit Station and the Press Room.
BRICK YARD DISTRICT
Development Opportunities GALAPAGO MIXED-USE
1 44th Avenue Tower and
2 Mixed-Use High-Rise
3 Parkside Townhomes, Courtyard
4 Parkside Residential and
5 Live/Work Courtyard Lofts and
Residences and Galapago Retail Galapago Retail Galapago Retail
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View of Downtown Denver and the Brick Yard District from The Docks roof terrace.
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Immediate Opportunities has a variety of immediate development opportunities enabled by existing site zoning and utility service provided by: Denver Water, Denver Wastewater, Comcast and Century Link and Excel Energy. FORMER DENVER POST PRINTING FACILITY The existing 227,000 SF building, zoned C-MX-12 is available for mixed-use commercial including maker, industrial, office, cultural and retail. METRO DISTRICTS Two metro districts are approved and available to fund early infrastructure projects up to $22 million in cost. DEVELOPMENT PHASING The Infrastructure Master Plan allows flexible development phasing and infrastructure correlating to adjacent parcels. NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTIONS Major connections to the neighborhood, highway and internal site circulation extend Fox Street, 45th Avenue, and Galapago Street.
C-MX-12; UO-2 C-RX-12; UO-2 C-RX-8; UO-2 PRIMARY ROADS
Our Team WOODSPEAR PROPERTIES Woodspear Properties was formed in 1981 by its general partners John Woodward and Steven Spierer. Woodspear Properties, as a private real estate investment and management company, has since acquired and provided capital to develop a diversified commercial real estate portfolio consisting of 1,945 apartment units, 20 commercial properties, and land. Woodspear operates and manages its own investments. The assets are located in San Diego County, Phoenix, Seattle/Olympia/Tacoma, and the Denver metro area. The investment and management philosophy of Woodspear Properties is one of long-term relationships with partners, employees, and tenants based upon mutual respect and trust. The company focus is oriented toward customer service, maximizing leasing, tenant retention, and consistent investment performance.
Zakary Kessler General Counsel (303) 792-3456 email@example.com
ASCENDANT DEVELOPMENT With more than 24 years of experience in commercial real estate, development, and construction, Graham Benes of Ascendant Development Corporation is involved in overall project visioning and strategy, sourcing capital and new development opportunities, as well as overseeing project management from initial design through final construction closeout. In addition to his 8-year involvement in the 41-acre redevelopment of the former Denver Post printing plan in Downtown Denver, Graham also serves as a development and construction consultant for Denver based EverWest Real Estate Partners, assisting on both EverWest’s ‘shipping port’ industrial developments and national creative office platform, including the adaptive re-use of 2323 Delgany Street in Denver’s Denargo Market.
Graham Benes President and CEO (303) 917-7341 firstname.lastname@example.org
TRYBA ARCHITECTS Tryba Architects is a Denver-based firm that specializes in the full integration of architecture, urban design, preservation and planning. Throughout our 28-year history we have earned a national reputation for shaping urban structures and systems into special places. The practice is driven by commitment to our clients to collaborate in crafting detailed buildings and places intimately connected to function, people, nature and the built environment. Central to our work is sustainable, timeless design that reinterprets the past to meet the demands of the present, while being mindful of our responsibility to the future.
David Tryba, FAIA Lead Design Principal (303) 831-4010 email@example.com
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