How the Denver Tech Center keeps its competitive edge in the rush for cool downtown digs
What originally began as a technology office park in the 1960s has transformed the Denver Tech Center into a sprawling mecca of big business.
In five decades, growth in the center and surrounding areas has been “phenomenal,” says Lynn Myers, Senior Vice President of the Denver South Economic Development Partnership (Denver South EDP).
The original vision of the developers was that the park would attract technology companies. In the 1970s, Hewlett Packard was one of the first companies to plant its flag in DTC. And when IBM moved from 8th Avenue and Grant Street to Belleview Avenue and Interstate 25 in 1979, it was “big news,” as it validated the developers’ vision, said Bruce Johnson, Managing Principal at Cresa.
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