This project consisted of two different buildings with a total of 21,800 sf. The first building is two stories, steel framed with brick/stucco exterior. The first floor is retail space, with the second floor being used as medical office space. The second building is one-story, wood framed with masonry/stucco exterior. Tenants include: Sunflower Farmers Market, 24 Hour Fitness, Highlands Family Physicians, Revolution Cleaners, and Starbucks Coffee. These buildings were Built Green.
Client: Perry Rose, LLC
Room and Board
Palace was contracted for a two-phase remodel of this 22,000 square-foot retail store. The scope of engagement included demolition of interior and exterior walls, a full remodel of the store basement and the installation of the front steel overhang canopy. The store's front precast panels were removed and replaced with a new entrance of stone and glass. Site improvements were included as well. The store remained open during the entire construction process.
Client: Room and Board, Minneapolis, MN
Architect: Roth Sheppard & Stix Design
Baymont Inn and Suites
This four-story, 56,000 square foot, wood framed structure houses 130 guest rooms, an indoor swimming pool, continental breakfast room, meeting rooms, common area fireplace, guest laundry, a fitness center and 173 space parking lot. The hotel bears on a post-tensioned slab construction and feature panelized wood framing, wood floor systems, aluminum windows and a flat EPDM roof system. The exterior is skinned with both stucco and a new thin-silicate stone product from Arriscraft.
Client: Stazed Denver Properties V, LLC
Architect: Pahl Architecture
New construction of a 28,000 square foot market located at the corner of West 38th Avenue and Wolff Street in Highlands Garden Village. This LEED Silver Certified building entailed in-depth coordination in the design process for the core and shell. Palace devoted a LEED Accredited engineer to the commissioning process of this building. Palace was involved in the sustainable design charrette where many elements were included in the final construction.
The Inn at Cherry Creek
Located in the heart of Denver's Cherry Creek shopping district, this bed-and-breakfast complex features 32 intimate guest rooms, retail space, facilities for parties of 150 persons and a sunny 5,000 square-foot roof terrace. There are two levels of parking below grade and four levels of usable space above grade. Constructed within an extremely tight site, the 64,000 square-foot structure has a cast-in-place foundation with load-bearing steel studs.
Client: Columbine-Clayton, LLC
Architect: Lewis Himes Associates
Valley Country Club
The Valley Country Club project consisted of additions and renovations to the existing clubhouse. Work included a new commercial kitchen, dining areas, locker room and a golf pro shop. A new terrace was added onto the building as well as a complete renovation to the existing terrace. A new golf cart loop and paths along with a pool renovation were also done. The existing area around the new construction had all the landscaping repaired back to its original condition.
Client: Valley Country Club
Architect: Marsh & Associates, Inc.
This 2,424 square-foot restaurant is in the new Aurora City Place Mall. The site featured an existing core shell and floor, but no plumbing, requiring Palace to chute and remove the slab prior so plumbing could be placed. The finished structure features an exposed ceiling with stained concrete floor in the dining area and ceramic tile and drop ceiling in the kitchen and preparation areas.