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About a 20-minute light-rail trip northeast from downtown Denver and nestled on the edge of Denver International Airport, a prototype for the technologically transformed urban neighborhood of the future is just starting to take shape.

About a 20-minute light-rail trip northeast from downtown Denver and nestled on the edge of Denver International Airport, a prototype for the technologically transformed urban neighborhood of the future is just starting to take shape. ... more »

Fulenwider Family

The Fulenwider family under three generations of leadership has changed the face of the city and helped make Denver one of America’s most livable communities.

The Fulenwider family under three generations of leadership has changed the face of the city and helped make Denver one of America’s most livable communities. Building on his experience in farming and irrigation, the entrepreneurial L. C. Fulenwider, Sr. and his brother founded Globe Investment Company in 1904 that focused on buying, selling, owning and managing farm and ranch properties. In these early years, L. C. Fulenwider, Sr. helped write the Colorado Real Estate License Laws; many of these same laws are still on the books today. In 1930, the name was changed from Globe Investment Company to L. C. Fulenwider, Inc. ... more »

Mizel, Fulenwider family, Caulkinses are 2016 Business Hall of Famers

The 27th class inducted to the Colorado Business Hall of Fame on Thursday night includes men and women who shaped progress in Colorado and today wield their influence to help elevate and protect their communities

The 27th class inducted to the Colorado Business Hall of Fame on Thursday night includes men and women who shaped progress in Colorado and today wield their influence to help elevate and protect the communities in which they live and work with significant social and cultural contributions. The inductees include people working in Colorado today, as well as three business and cultural pioneers. ... more »

Denver, Panasonic unveil 'smart city' tech projects at CES

Denver and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co. plan to make parts of Denver International Airport and a nearby development an example of cutting-edge solar energy use, in-home tele-medicine technology and video used for traffic management and security.

Denver and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co. plan to make parts of Denver International Airport and a nearby development an example of cutting-edge solar energy use, in-home tele-medicine technology and video used for traffic management and security. ... more »

L.C. Fulenwider Announces Major Addition to Denver International Business Center

L C Fulenwider Inc., owner and master developer of Denver International Business Center (DIBC), has completed the sale of 8 acres of land to FlightSafety International.

L C Fulenwider Inc., owner and master developer of Denver International Business Center (DIBC), has completed the sale of 8 acres of land to FlightSafety International. The company plans to build a state-of-the-art Learning Center that will be used to provide training to pilots and other aviation professionals who operate and support regional aircraft and helicopters. The facility will be constructed in the DIBC at 67th Avenue and Yampa Street near Denver International Airport. ... more »

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions a "first win" for Denver aerotropolis

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing more than 330 jobs to the city, the company announced Thursday.

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing more than 330 jobs to the city, the company announced Thursday. Denver beat 21 other cities to win the new facility, in part because of the state's reputation in sustainability and renewable energy, which represents more than half of the company's business, said Panasonic Enterprise Solutions president Jim Doyle. ... more »

DIA picks Fulenwider for FasTracks station

Denver International Airport has chosen a proposal by L.C. Fulenwider Inc. to be the first “aviation station” along FasTracks’ East rail line, airport officials said late Monday.

Denver International Airport has chosen a proposal by L.C. Fulenwider Inc. to be the first “aviation station” along FasTracks’ East rail line, airport officials said late Monday. DIA had been looking at two proposals for a rail station. One was from Denver developer Fulenwider for a rail station near 61th Avenue and Peña Boulevard, at DIA’s Denver International Business Center. ... more »

Denver chooses airport station

Denver city officials said Monday they have selected a site for a light-rail stop along Peña Boulevard between Interstate 70 and Denver International Airport, at East 61st Avenue where a mixed-use retail development is planned.

Denver city officials said Monday they have selected a site for a light-rail stop along Peña Boulevard between Interstate 70 and Denver International Airport, at East 61st Avenue where a mixed-use retail development is planned. They passed over the only other competing proposal — at East 72nd Avenue, east of Tower Road — that would have served a proposed Gaylord convention center and hotel. That project is on hold as Gaylord seeks financing and a new developer. ... more »

Real Estate Veteran Hired as Senior Executive

Belz has helped build four Ritz-Carlton hotels and eight Marriotts around the world, and worked on such high-profile Denver projects as the Tabor Center, the Pepsi Center and the redevelopment of the old Mercy Hospital site

L.C. Fulenwider Inc. has hired Denver developer Ferdinand “Ferd” Belz III to jump-start development of property it owns near Denver International Airport. ... more »