Lincoln Station / Lone Tree, CO

TOD Mixed-Use Development
The office building is the first LEED certified (Green/Sustainable) building built in conjunction with the new southeast light rail line.

Lincoln Station is a mixed-use Transit Oriented Development (TOD) located directly adjacent to the light rail stop along Interstate 25. The first phase, completed in June 2008, includes three buildings. The signature building is a 150,000 square foot, six-story Class A office building contiguous to the station platform. A 25,000 square foot three-story office/ground floor retail building wraps the corner of the RTD parking deck and is adjacent to the main pedestrian route leading to the rail station platform. A second three-story building with 22,000 square feet of office space above 10,352 square feet of ground floor retail frames one side of the main entry into the project. All buildings surround an outdoor public plaza with seating areas, a fountain, and attractive landscaping to create a gathering place for Lincoln Station employees and residents. Restaurants utilize portions of this space for outdoor dining. The office building is the first LEED certified (Green/Sustainable) building built in conjunction with the new southeast light rail line and only one of several sustainable buildings in the entire southeast Denver market. Kaiser Permanente purchased the remaining 26 acres of undeveloped land with plans to initially develop a specialty medical office building.

Westmoor Technology Park / Denver, CO

Suburban Denver (Westminster, CO)
Award Winning Master-Planned Project
All the buildings would be owned by one entity and financed under a single deed of trust.

Westfield embarked on this ambitious, award-winning office park project located adjacent to Jefferson County Airport in the northwest Denver-Boulder Highway 36 corridor in 1998. Working in partnership with the City of Westminster, the master-planned park includes:

  • A city-owned and operated 40,000-square-foot public recreation center and 18-hole championship public golf course
  • 3.5 miles of trail system
  • 45 plus acres of undisturbed open space
  • Redundant power from two substations
  • A fiber and conduit system linking all buildings
  • A landscaped interior public road system
  • 170 acres of development ground approved for 3,700,000 square feet of office product

At the same time, Westfield created a prototype flex office building for projected demand:

  • 42,000 to 52,000 square foot open floor plates
  • 10’ to 12’ ceiling heights and windows featuring 7’ glass to capture beautiful Rocky Mountain vistas
  • Power and mechanical systems to handle large computer and research/development labs
  • Loading and delivery capability
  • Landscaped plug ‘n play areas equipped with power and phone ports
  • Showers, locker rooms, and enlarged restrooms in every building
  • Parking ratios of 5:1
  • Secure enclosed bike shelters

Westfield also created a unique marketing and financial structure. All the buildings would be owned by one entity and financed under a single deed of trust. This allows for seamless expansion and an occasional contraction between buildings. Tenants found this opportunity unique in the northwest market place. Additionally, a property management, marketing, and engineering staff is housed at Westmoor to provide 24-7 service to office park tenants. Westfield constructed, leased, and managed 1.25 million square feet of office space located in 10 multi-story buildings. During a four-year period, Westmoor leased on average 300,000 square feet per year. Westmoor and Westfield have won the following project-related awards:

  • Business Park of the Year (University of Denver Burns School of Real Estate)
  • Genesis Award (Jefferson County)
  • Office Park of the Year (Colorado Chapter of NAIOP)
  • Developer of the Year (Colorado Chapter of NAIOP)
  • Developer of the Year by the Denver Realtors

Panorama Corporate Center / Englewood, CO

Headquarters Office Park
Attracted by its advanced telecommunications conduit system and open floor plate design, the project was selected by TCG Communications for its Denver headquarters.

Westfield joint ventured with General American Life Insurance Company to create a master-planned 27-acre, 600,000-square-foot office park at the southwest corner of Interstate 25 and Dry Creek Road. General American provided the financial and Westfield the development expertise. The first of four buildings constructed in the complex was a three-story, 104,420 square foot structure, featuring virtually column free floor plates, nine-foot ceilings, eight watts of power per square foot, fiber optic conduit system and parking in excess of four cars per thousand. Attracted by its advanced telecommunications conduit system and open floor plate design, the project was selected by TCG Communications for its Denver headquarters. The entire development, including the optioned land, was subsequently sold to Carr America, which completed the project.    

The Quad at Lowry / Denver, CO

Redeveloping Air Force Base

The Lowry Redevelopment Authority chose Westfield as its first commercial developer to redevelop the former Lowry Air Force Base located in Denver just minutes east of Downtown. Westfield improved a 24-acre site and constructed three four-story office buildings totaling 376,000 square feet as well as three parking decks. Two buildings–7351 and 7501 Lowry Boulevard–were build-to-suit construction projects sold respectively to Copic Insurance Company and Pinnacol Assurance. A third speculative building–7901 Lowry Boulevard–was leased to Covad Communications and later sold.