Denver Office


Urban design and planning are a major focus for the Denver office, including Riverfront Commons, the 60-acre transformation of former downtown rail yards, and redevelopment of the former Lowry Air Force Base site as a mixed-use community.

The office's community planning practice includes innovative and sustainable designs for both Eastern Hills and RidgeGate in suburban Denver. A specialty in parks and open space work has produced unique solutions for neglected spaces in the Lowry redevelopment in Denver, while campus planners have established design guidelines for the extensive Fitzsimons bio-medical facilities east of the city.

The Denver office is led by Shareholders/Principals Jim MacRae and Jeff Zimmermann.



1390 Lawrence St., Suite 100
Denver, CO 80204

303-623-5186, Fax: 303-623-2260
Directions from Denver International Airport

Area Overview

Located on the western edge of the Great Plains, Denver is the largest city in the American Rocky Mountain region. The city is a mile high (over a mile, actually) and is a clean, young and green city with dozens of tree-lined boulevards. The city has the largest park system in the nation, with 205 parks inside city limits and 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains. Moreover, the area is rewarded with sunny skies nearly 300 days a year, which squashes any myths of it being a land of harsh weather.

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