2.2 Million Square Feet of Office Space
Belleview Station provides the ideal mixed-use setting within the surrounds of the Denver Tech Center (DTC), Denver’s largest office sub-market. The Belleview Light Rail Station is a transfer station between the I-25 and I-225 corridors and provides direct access to Denver’s central business district and downtown, as well as many popular and affordable neighborhoods. With FasTracks completion in 2016, direct Light Rail connections to Denver International Airport will be a reality.
Belleview Station’s mixed-use environment and its broad collection of shopping, dining and service choices services will provide employers with distinct advantages when attracting or retaining employees. Statistical comparisons with Denver’s Lower Downtown and Cherry Creek neighborhoods clearly demonstrate that mixed-use development increases office occupancy and productivity levels. These sub-areas dramatically outpace the greater Denver office market because employees desire amenities and services that only mixed-use developments can offer.
Office tenants will be able to draw from a robust workforce of more than 330,000 people living within five miles, many of them in some of the more desired neighborhoods in the region. With its transit-oriented development and easy access to light rail and bus networks, Belleview Station will also attract Gen Y and creative class workers, an integral part of any company’s hiring strategy.
One Belleview Station – Now Leasing
Prime West Development will break ground on ONE BELLEVIEW STATION, a new 315,000 SF office building in the first quarter of 2015. Cushman & Wakefield’s Ryan Stout and Nate Bradley are the leasing agents for the project.