Client: Charter Communications
Location: Village Center Station, Greenwood Village, Colorado
Type: Commercial
Phase: Complete, 2018
Firm: Davis Partnership Architects
Role: Construction Documents (C&S)
Village Center Station is a mixed-use, transit-oriented development integrating retail and office adjacent to Denver's light rail. Designed to maximize the impact of the site and attract residents from surrounding neighborhoods, three office buildings totaling over 700,000 square feet, activate daytime use while energizing 50,000 square feet of retail.
The second building on this site (VCS 2) is 12 stories, 306,000 square feet, and occupied by Charter Communications. It features a sweeping curved façade with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains. Also included in this phase, a serpentine link at the lower levels connecting to the first building, VCS 1, to the south, a landscape plaza with three water fountains, and a seven-story, 1,221 space parking structure.
The plaza, a significant public amenity, enhances the work environment for the nearly four thousand employees at Village Center Station, with space for small concerts, markets, and recreational uses.
Photography by Ross Cooperthwaite.