February 2018

February 2018


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February 2018


Laurel Cherry Creek: View from the Top

Progress continues on what will be the tallest for-sale residential property in Denver’s upscale Cherry Creek North neighborhood. Laurel Cherry Creek, a luxury condominium project which recently topped out, is slated for completion in late 2018.

Amenities abound at Laurel Cherry Creek. New renderings visualize the property’s luxury rooftop entertainment deck, which will feature a saltwater pool, outdoor kitchen, pizza oven, fire pit and ample outdoor seating. Read more…


Uniquely Boulder: Tour Two Hotels with Plenty of Personality

The largest JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE hospitality project to date, the Boulder Hilton Garden Inn and Embassy Suites is a 265,000-square-foot, dual-branded hotel experience in downtown Boulder.

While they may be adjoining, each hotel stays true to its own brand while embodying the surrounding fun and playful culture of Boulder. Take a tour with JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Founding Partner Jim Johnson and Interior Designer Kayla Goldberg. Read more…


Meet JNS: Radek Wakulik, AIA

With ten years of industry experience, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is pleased to welcome Radek Wakulik, AIA to the team.

Aligning with the firm’s expertise in adaptive reuse, Radek was an integral part in transforming the former Stapleton Air Control Tower into entertainment venue PunchBowl Social. His designs also converted a Denver warehouse into a climbing and fitness center in RiNo (RiNo Movement Climbing + Fitness). Read more…


Awards: The DoubleTree by Hilton Greeley and The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block

What a great start to 2018! Two JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE projects recently received awards – the DoubleTree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park and The Maven Hotel (as part of Denver’s Dairy Block).

For our work on the Doubletree by Hilton Greeley, the team at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE won a Colorado Congress for New Urbanism Award! Calling it a “transformational project” with a “strong positive impact on its surroundings and on its city,” the hotel was awarded Best Built Project: Urban Impact. The awards ceremony will take place in April.

The Dairy Block, for which JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE designed The Maven Hotel, was honored with the NAIOP Deal of the Year for Outstanding Achievement in Development. The award is presented by the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. Read more…