Work Starts on Lincoln Station
By John Rebchook
Rocky Mountain News
Westfield Development and Bradbury Woods have broken ground on the first-phase of Lincoln Station, a transit-oriented development on 35 acres next to the Lincoln Avenue Light Rail station, along Interstate 25 between Lincoln Avenue and C-470.
The mixed-use development will be anchored by a 151,000-square-foot, six-story, energy efficient office building called One Lincoln Station.
Phase one also will include the Clock Tower and Station Street South buildings, which will include 34,500 square feet of boutique office space on two floors above 18,800 square feet of retail.
The commercial space will cost $45 million — $30 million in equity and $15 million in a commercial loan.
The first phase also will include Station Street Lofts, a 73-unit "loft" building with 8,000 square feet of retail.
Eventually, the entire development will have more than two million square feet of additional office space, 2,000 residential units, and 50,000 square feet of retail space.
The first phase will be completed in the spring of 2008.
Frederick Ross Company is the leasing company for Lincoln Station.