The Boulevard at Lowry, a 140,000-square-foot commercial mixed-use redevelopment project in the heart of Denver’s revitalized Lowry neighborhood, officially broke ground today. The infill development will serve as the centerpiece and the only commercial development at Boulevard One, the 70-acre parcel that represents the last new neighborhood to be developed at Lowry. The groundbreaking of the milestone project coincides with the 25th anniversary of the beginning of Lowry’s transformation from the former Air Force base.
Confluent Development, a Denver-based real estate investment/development firm, and Kelmore Development, a Centennial-based commercial real estate development, management and investment firm, serve as the project co-owners and co-developers. Brinkman Construction is the general contractor and Open Studio Architecture designed the project.
The 1.5-block infill project situated on more than five acres at the northwest corner of E. Lowry Boulevard and Pontiac Street, will feature restaurant, retail and office space, including a restaurant sitting on the community park across Lowry Boulevard.