Central Park Station One, a 190,000-square- foot Class AA mixed-use office building next to a large public plaza, is on schedule to break ground in spring 2018.
Central Park Station One, a 190,000-square- foot Class A office building next to a large public plaza, is on schedule to break ground in spring 2018 in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood.

Undeveloped lots south of Central Park Station in Stapleton will begin their transformation next spring into a mixed-use transit-oriented district.

The first phase of the 35-acre development will include Central Park Station One, a 190,000-square-foot Class A office building; a 300-unit apartment building; a 120-unit for-sale condo project; and 60,000 square feet of retail, all around a large public plaza, master developer Forest City Stapleton and real estate firm Newmark Knight Frank announced Tuesday.

“We’re kicking it off with office, multifamily and retail — we think it’s very important to have all those going at the same time so we can really start to create a sense of place and help people understand the context of the ultimate buildout, versus having just one building,” Forest City senior vice president Jim Chrisman said. “This will be a very urban, mixed-use, transit-oriented development.”

The buildings are expected to break ground starting in late first quarter or early second quarter 2018,…