Frank joined Continuum in 2005 to lead Continuum’s efforts in the master planning and subsequent development of the Denver Union Station Transportation Center. Working as the President of a joint venture entity (the Union Station Neighborhood Company) with East West Partners in 2006, Frank led the planning, design, finance and ultimately construction of the $500-million multi-modal transit hub. Frank was also responsible for the planning, design and development of over 1.5 million square feet of commercial mixed-use land anchoring the Union Station neighborhood. The Union Station Neighborhood Company, completed its responsibilities to the Denver Union Station Project Authority in 2014.
Currently Frank serves as Development Director for Continuum Partners, overseeing the development teams managing the $500-million redevelopment of the 26 acre University Hospital project (9+CO) in Denver and $120 million A Block at Union Station.
Frank is a member of the Urban Land Institute Public Private Partnership Council, NAIOP and Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. He is on the board of Denver Civic Ventures.
Frank is a graduate of the University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning.