April 7, 2020
Jay Koziarz | Curbed Chicago
“The exterior is quite traditional, but when you get inside, the embellishments are a little more avant-garde and contemporary,” says Dan McCaffery of McCaffery Interests, which is co-developing the property with Hines. “We got creative with the layouts, so many units face both east and west. Instead of a long interior corridor dividing each floor, there’s three sets of elevators spaced out down the length of the building. You can step off the elevator directly into your own foyer.”
April 1, 2020
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March 10, 2020
After a five-year hiatus, Attack Theatre’s The Dirty Ball returns to Pittsburgh for an epic celebration in the company’s home neighborhood of the Strip District. The Pittsburgh dance company will transform a portion of the historic Strip District Terminal building into an extravagant benefit bash on April 25, 2020. With dazzling dance performances, artful inter activities, and flowing libations, this year’s Ball offers a plucky bit of pageantry for the 11th iteration of Pittsburgh’s most daring social soirée.
March 10, 2020
Dennis Rodkin | Crain's Chicago Business
“We wanted them to be reminiscent of those gracious homes in the prewar co-ops,” said Cadey O’Leary, the Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty agent who consulted with the developers on the design of the 32 condos at the Orchard, 2350 N. Orchard St. Prices for luxury condos on the site of the former hospital, which vacated in 2012 and was demolished four years later, start at $1.4 million for certain two-bedrooms and can run to over $4 million.
February 27, 2020
Barbra Murray | Commercial Property Executive
“We have new firms announcing relocation in and expansion to Denver on an almost daily basis,” Glen Sibley, managing director with McCaffery, told CPE. “You just can’t pick up the newspaper without seeing an announcement from new (to Denver) and expanding firms, and many of those need space on an immediate basis and need space for expansion in the future.”
February 26, 2020
Thomas Gounley | BusinessDen
The developer behind Denver’s newest skyscraper has moved on to RiNo. Hines is developing the six-story, 240,000-square-foot structure in partnership with Chicago-based McCaffery and Canadian investment firm Ivanhoe Cambridge. Tuesday’s groundbreaking was the first of a wave of construction starts expected this year for major RiNo office projects.
February 26, 2020
Mile High CRE
“Today marks an exciting milestone. We continue to see intense demand for high-quality spaces in which to live, work and play and we believe that T3 RiNo will be well-positioned to satisfy the demands of Denver’s creative residents,” said McCaffery Senior Managing Director Glen Sibley.
February 26, 2020
ReBusiness Online
DENVER — McCaffery, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines have started construction of T3 RiNo, a six-story T3 (timber, transit and technology) office building in Denver.
February 26, 2020
RENTV - Real Estate News Television
Work has begun on T3 RiNo, a six-story, 240k sf T3 (Timber, Transit and Technology) office building in Denver’s River North Art District (RiNo) that will be one of the most environmentally friendly and sustainable developments in the city. The project is being developed McCaffery, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines.
February 6, 2020
McCaffery is proud to have earned LEED® Gold Certification for their Fulton Market development, Twelve01West. Twelve01West has earned the sustainability-focused designation in part due to: extensive green roofs; light-colored roofing materials; reduced water usage; and all-LED lighting. Additionally, at least 75% of all construction waste materials were diverted from area landfills.


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