DENVER — A Dallas-based development company plans to build up to 1 million square feet of Class A office space in Denver.
KDC, a developer of corporate build-to-suit campus projects, has formed a joint venture with Broadway Station Partners to develop Santa Fe Yards, a four-building complex that will be part of the 41-acre Broadway Station transit-oriented development. Broadway Station is bounded by Interstate 25, Santa Fe Drive, South Broadway and Mississippi Avenue.
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“KDC has been fortunate to develop major office projects incorporated into transit-oriented, mixed-use developments,” Chris Selbo, vice president of development, KDC, said in a prepared statement. “We believe Santa Fe Yards at Broadway Station is one of the top headquarters sites in the country. It features everything Corporate America looks for in a work environment, including adjacent mixed-use amenities, convenient site access via the highway and light rail and building signage opportunities fronting the highway. When you add in the stunning mountain views and park frontage, the site is in a league of its own.”
Broadway Station sits on the site of the former Gates Rubber Co. plant.
KDC has developed more than 33 million square feet valued at more than $9 billion.