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  • Sep 8, 2016

    Construction Costs Pose Stiff Challenge for Downtown Denver

    Bisnow

    One of the usual effects of a building boom is higher construction costs. So far, local developers have coped. But can the coping continue? Find out at our Future of Downtown Denver event Sept. 21.

    McWhinney SVP Mark Witkiewicz, who will be a...

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  • Aug 30, 2016

    Night at the Water Park Amounts to Big Gift to Councilman’s Campaign

    Voice of OC

    Written by: Thy Vo

    Last Friday was a special day at Garden Grove's Great Wolf Lodge -- nearly 2,000 residents were given free access to the massive indoor resort and water park, which normally charges hundreds of dollars for a night's stay and...

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  • Aug 30, 2016

    The Perfect Three-Day Weekend in Denver

    Travel + Leisure

    Travelers looking for a top-notch weekend destination take note: Denver is easier to access and has more things to do than ever before. From a bustling dining scene to renowned art to outdoor activities, locals and visitors alike are realizing...

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  • Jul 22, 2016

    McWhinney, High Country Beverage mark anniversaries

    The Coloradoan

    Two mainstays of Northern Colorado's development and beverage world are celebrating milestone anniversaries, while an Old Town Fort Collins newcomer is marking its first year in business.

    McWhinney, a Loveland-based development company, is...

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  • Jul 14, 2016

    A New Life for Urban Alleys

    The Atlantic CityLab

    Written by: Eillie Anzilotti

    The alley is dark no longer.

    In the United States, these almost-accidental spaces between buildings have existed in a sort of limbo: not quite streets, but still thoroughfares; not private, but not public enough...

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  • Jul 7, 2016

    McWhinney jumps into RiNo

    BusinessDen

    Written by: Burl Rolett

    With a massive LoDo project under construction, a Colorado developer is moving up Brighton Boulevard into River North.

    Loveland-based McWhinney planted its flag in RiNo last week by purchasing a 0.43-acre property at...

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  • Jun 15, 2016

    Denver’s Dairy Block Development ‘Blends New with the Old’

    Mile High CRE

    Written By: Julie Wanzer, LEED AP

    Denver, CO – The project development team for Denver’s Dairy Block project, consisting of McWhinney, Sage Hospitality and Grand American, Inc., recently released a video to tell the Dairy Block story...

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  • Jun 15, 2016

    Amenities revolve around new Cycle Apts

    Colorado Real Estate Journal

    Written by: Jill Jamieson-Nichols

    McWhinney’s newest apartment community in Fort Collins will have all the Class A features renters have come to expect, plus a host of amenities revolving around it.

    Cycle Apartments will be located...

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  • Jun 14, 2016

    200-unit tower coming to Uptown

    BusinessDen

    Written by: Burl Rolett

    The jumbo apartment buildings keep popping up in Uptown.

    McWhinney will break ground this year on 211 new apartments at the corner of 19th Avenue and Grant Street. The project, called Sova, will replace a surface...

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  • Jun 13, 2016

    The 10 Coolest Hotel Jobs Ever

    Travel + Leisure

    You may want to quit your job after reading this list.

    When you think of a job in the hotel industry, a bellboy or concierge typically comes to mind. But, as properties seek to one-up each other in terms of offerings new career paths are being...

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  • Jun 12, 2016

    Eye on L.A. Gets a Peek at The Great Wolf Lodge

    Eye on L.A. - ABC 7

    Written by: Tina Malave

    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Here's a great staycation idea where can let the kids run and play all day in the water without getting a sunburn! Check out the newest attraction to come to SoCal that's a full resort all under...

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  • Jun 10, 2016

    Look Inside the New Union Station Farmers Market

    Denver Eater

    Written by: Andra Zeppelin

    The brand new attraction launched last week and will be a weekly event through the fall

    Last week, the Union Station Farmers Market launched in Denver with vegetable tastings, Market Bucks giveaways and a chef...

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  • Jun 9, 2016

    CO Developer Unveils Plans for 211-Unit Apartment Complex

    Mile High CRE

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    McWhinney will break ground on a 12-story, 211-unit apartment complex in the Capitol Hill area in Denver later this year. Craine Architecture is designing the project that will include 211 parking spaces and 100 spaces for bikes.

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  • Jun 7, 2016

    12-story apartment complex coming to Capitol Hill

    Denver Business Journal

    Written by Molly Armbrister

    McWhinney, a Loveland-based firm that had a hand in the redevelopment of Union Station and is now busy building the Dairy Block mixed-use development, will break ground later this year on a 12-story apartment...

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  • Jun 2, 2016

    Hancock Calls for “Mobility Choices” as B-Cycle Expands By Union Station

    StreetsBlog Denver

    Posted by: David Sachs

    Bike advocates and city workers marked the opening of two bike-share stations by Union Station this morning. The newest station is on the redesigned Wynkoop Street, and the other is behind the Union Station facade on a...

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  • Jun 1, 2016

    In Denver, you can now take a train from the airport to downtown

    Greater Greater Washington

    Written by: Kristy Cartier

    There's a new way to get from Denver's airport to downtown: the University of Colorado A Line, which opened in April. When I rode it, I enjoyed how easy it was to get a ticket and connect to other transit lines...

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  • May 25, 2016

    Lower Downtown: Dairy Block Update #8

    DenverInFill, posted by Ken Schroeppel

    Dairy construction
    Workers are making good progress on the Dairy Block project in Lower Downtown Denver. Our last update was about two months ago, so let’s check in on this major project.

    Below is an updated ground-floor plan, courtesy of McWhinney, the...

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  • May 23, 2016

    Kids and Adults Can Enjoy Great Wolf Lodge Year Round

    CBS News 8 - San Diego, Ashley Jacobs - Reporter

    Great Wolf Lodge
    SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Great Wolf Lodge is one of Southern California's newest resorts with a wide variety of family friendly activities. CBS News 8's Ashley Jacobs gives a sneak peak at what the resort has to offer in this video story.

    ...

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  • May 17, 2016

    New Uptown Project: SOVA

    DenverInFill

    Posted by: Ken Schroeppel

    A new 12-story apartment building is planned for the corner of 19th Avenue and Grant Street in Denver’s Uptown district.

    The project, known as SOVA, is being developed by McWhinney, the Colorado-based firm...

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  • May 17, 2016

    Retail filling up new east-Loveland building

    Loveland Reporter-Herald

    Written by: Craig Young

    LOVELAND -- The first two tenants have moved into a new retail building at the southwest corner of Sculptor Drive and East Eisenhower Boulevard, with several more businesses in the works.

    Loveland developer McWhinney...

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  • May 12, 2016

    SAGE HOSPITALITY ANNOUNCED THE MAVEN WILL OPEN SPRING 2017

    Colorado Meetings + Events

    Sage Hospitality announced that The Maven, a vibrant independent hotel concept, will open next spring in Dairy Block, Denver’s most innovative new urban development.

    Developed by McWhinney, Grand American Inc. and Sage Hospitality, Dairy Block...

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  • May 11, 2016

    Indie hotel called The Maven will anchor Dairy Block in Denver's LoDo

    The Denver Post

    Written by: Emilie Rusch

    Sage Hospitality's newest independent hotel in Denver finally has a name: The Maven.

    The 172-room boutique hotel set to open next spring in Lower Downtown will anchor the corner of 19th and Wazee streets as part of...

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  • May 10, 2016

    Denver: The Four-Day Weekend

    Men's Journal

    Written by: Matt Allyn

    Denver grew by over 80,000 people in the past five years — thanks to a strong job market that brought in new chefs, festivals, bars, and a spot on top of plenty of Best Places to Live lists. But why move to Denver — with...

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  • May 10, 2016

    Hotels for Beer Lovers

    Men's

    Written by: Matt Allyn

    Residing in Union Station, Denver's restored 19th-century train station, you can grab a pint at one of Denver's best beer spots, Terminal Bar, without stepping outside. The 30 taps of Colorado craft beer will keep you...

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  • May 10, 2016

    McWhinney and Sage Hospitality to Develop The 164-room Elizabeth Hotel in Fort Collins, CO

    Hotel Online

    Fort Collins, Colo. (May 10, 2016) – McWhinney, a Colorado based national real estate development company, and Sage Hospitality, a national hotel developer and operator, are proud to announce The Elizabeth Hotel as part of a new downtown...

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  • May 9, 2016

    The Elizabeth Hotel to Open in Fort Collins Fall 2017

    Hospitality Net

    Fort Collins, Colo. -- McWhinney, a Colorado based national real estate development company, and Sage Hospitality, a national hotel developer and operator, are proud to announce The Elizabeth Hotel as part of a new downtown development currently...

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  • May 5, 2016

    Wheel of Fortune's Pat & Vanna Visit Denver's Union Station

    Wheel of Fortune

    Wheel of Fortune
    Pat Sajak and Vanna White from Wheel of Fortune make a special appearance at Denver Union Station.

    Click here, to watch the video.

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  • May 1, 2016

    Denver Construction Update

    Denver Urban Review

    Dairy Block Screen Thumb
    Denver Urban Review puts together a video composite of the vast array of construction happening in downtown Denver.

    Click here to view the Denver Construction update.

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  • Apr 26, 2016

    Denver’s Vintage Train Station Gets (Another) Update

    The New York Times

    Written by: Elaine Glusac

    In Denver’s Union Station, the Great Hall, a grand public foyer, is unlike most bench-filled waiting rooms. On a recent visit, clusters of friends shared cocktails after work, mobile office workers tapped at computers...

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  • Apr 20, 2016

    Denver’s airport finally getting a rail link to the city

    USA Today

    Written by: Harriet Baskas

    It’s been a long wait, but on April 22 Denver gets what Seattle, Minneapolis, Portland, Salt Lake City and more than a dozen other U.S. cities have: rail service between the airport and downtown.

    Until now, the...

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  • Mar 25, 2016

    5 Reasons You Should Plan A Trip To Denver Right Now

    Forbes Travel Guide

    Written by: Jennifer Kester

    When it comes to Colorado travel, luxury destinations like Aspen, Telluride and Vail often eclipse Denver. But the capital city touts its own Rocky Mountain charm, with more than 300 days of sunshine and a...

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  • Mar 7, 2016

    Great Wolf Lodge delivers water park fun with 0% chance of weather

    Los Angeles Times

    The first thing I noticed when I walked into the indoor water park at the new Great Wolf Lodge near Disneyland was the temperature: a constant 84 degrees Fahrenheit.

    No fear of sunburn or need for sunscreen. No use for a towel either —...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

    OC Hotel Development Rising

    Orange County Business Journal

    Orange County had 37 hotels with 6,705 rooms under construction or in planning at the end of 2015, a report by Irvine-based Atlas Hospitality Group Inc. said.

    The hotel consultancy and brokerage said those numbers break out as 12 hotels with...

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  • Feb 17, 2016

    Splashdown! New resort plunges into O.C. waters

    The Orange County Register

    Can Wiley the Wolf survive in the land of Mickey Mouse, Harry Potter and Snoopy – not to mention Orange County’s famed beaches and ritzy coastal resorts?

    Great Wolf Lodge Southern California, a $250 million indoor water park and 603-suite...

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  • Feb 16, 2016

    A 360-degree view inside the Great Wolf Lodge Southern California

    The Orange County Register

    Curious about the new Great Wolf Lodge opening up this week? Get a sneak peek in these 360-degree panoramas. You'll see inside the rooms, in the waterpark itself and more. Click here, for a 360-degree view.

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  • Feb 15, 2016

    Water park, hotel openings this week put city on track for tourist, resort dollars

    The Orange County Register

    Step aside, Anaheim. Move over, Buena Park. There’s another city in Orange County ramping up to compete for hotel bed taxes and tourist sales revenue.

    OK, it’s not exactly on the scale of Disneyland or Knott’s Berry Farm. But for Garden...

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  • Jan 7, 2016

    Agrium to anchor new 30-acre development in Lovland, add 300 local employees

    BizWest

    McWhinney Real Estate Services Inc. said on Thursday that it has begun development of a 30-acre mixed-use project on the west side of Interstate 25 in Loveland, which will be home to anchor tenant Agrium Inc. and its subsidiaries.

    The...

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  • Jan 5, 2016

    Great Wolf is hiring 700 for its Garden Grove hotel and water park

    The Orange County Register

    Written by: Chris Haire

    Great Wolf needs to find a large pack of employees for when it opens Feb. 19.

    Great Wolf Lodge Southern California, the 603-suite hotel with a 105,000-square-foot water park on Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove,...

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