Denver property managers say that the former lumberyard in Boulder will be demolished two months from now to pave way for S’Park.
Once completed, the 10.8 acre S’Park project located at 3390 Valmont Road will be 3-4 stories high. It will have 100,000 square feet of rentable office space, 145 luxurious apartments and 38 affordable units. In addition, S’Park will also have 40,000 square feet for retail space at the ground floor.
Kinship Capital, the John Co. and, Element Properties have collaborated to work on the S’Park project. The architect behind S’Park is Sopher Sparn Architects.
Scott Holton, the principal of Element Properties mentioned that S’Park is a highly anticipated milestone for the Boulder community. He also said that S’Park will help the community grow more competitive.
The project was approved by The Boulder Planning Board last September 2015 and will be the first to have a platinum LEED neighborhood development community in Colorado. LEED ND communities are communities that poses efficient green buildings, are pedestrian and bike friendly, and have a lot of parks and green space.
Once the demolition is finished, the construction will start at the 4th quarter. Holton relates that by the summer of 2017, construction will be completed.