Mile High Development is a veteran of large scale mixed use projects including Colorado Center, a $100 million mixed use project at I-25/Colorado Blvd. in central Denver in conjunction with TIAA,  the world’s largest private pension fund, which launched its first phase in 1986 and completed the second and third of the ultimate six phases in 1999. The project features a 132,000 sf  specialty retail center featuring a 9 screen United Artists Theatre with an IMAX Theatre, and 600,000 square feet of Class A office space in two 12 story towers, and 1600 structured parking spaces in two parking structures, adjacent to the Colorado Station light rail station on the T-Rex line.

Mile High Development was also the Developer of the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building in downtown Denver, a $300 million, 700,000 square foot Class AA office project developed for the City and County of Denver in 2001/2002.  It serves as the home to Denver City government, housing some 50 agencies of the City and over 2000 City employees.

Mile High Development was selected by the City and County of Denver and the Denver Art Museum to be the private “Co-Developer” of the Denver Art Museum Expansion Project beginning in 2000, which included a 1000 car parking structure, the Cultural Center Garage completed in 2002,   the Museum Residences, a 55 unit luxury condominium project designed by Daniel Libeskind and completed in 2006, and the ART Hotel, a 165 room, 4 star boutique hotel, completed in 2015.

Mile High Development was also Co-Developer, with Opus Northwest, of Lakewood City Commons, an $80 million mixed use retail, office/civic and community development, including a new City Hall in Lakewood, and a 330,000 sf power center.

Today, Mile High Development is focused on various mixed-use TOD opportunities at existing light rail stations, and broke ground in early 2019 on its 6th affordable housing project, the 133 unit Sheridan Station Apartments located at the Sheridan light rail station on RTD’s West line.