Author: Kaye Foley

Colorado Biz Magazine: CEOs of the Year 2014

Nine years ago, a group of about 75 architects, engineers, contractors and developers gathered in LoDo to answer a call for potential developers capable of spearheading an urban project of nearly unprecedented scope, complexity and stakeholder interest: redeveloping – reinventing, really – the historic Union Station area in downtown Denver.... Read Full Aricle


Four businesses sign leases for 59th and O streets space

Lincoln Journal Star – By Margaret Reist A men’s clothing store, a Mexican restaurant, a mattress store and a therapeutic massage franchise will join Whole Foods as the businesses sharing space with the new Lincoln Public Schools administration building. Dan Murphy, a principal with the Denver-based developer working with LPS on the 59th and O streets... Read Full Aricle


Whole Foods Market to open in Westminster Bradburn neighborhood

The Denver Post – By Megan Mitchell The compact Bradburn community in north Westminster will nearly be at its complete buildout after a Whole Foods Market opens on the southeast corner of Vrain Street and West 120th Avenue in December. “We’re down to our last 8 acres,” said Roger Pecsok, development director of Continuum Partners.... Read Full Aricle


Home News P&Z approves master planned community

Midland Reporter Telegram – By Rye Druzin The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved a zone change that paves the way for the building of a master planned community that will take shape on the western edge of Midland off Andrews Highway and Avalon. The project, which is being pushed for by Denver-based Continuum Partners,... Read Full Aricle