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,…