The builders who final 12 months launched plans for a futuristic office complex in east Boulder have revised their proposal to offer the building a new look.
A earlier rendering confirmed a building that resembled a cruise ship with a rooftop deck.
Sagebrush Properties, a Denver actual property funding agency, has completely redesigned the venture, and now could be advancing plans for a 54,000-square-foot co-working complicated with a extra understated look.
Sagebrush is asking the proposed complicated the Boulder Trade and Arts Heart, although workers say the title is topic to vary.
It could sit at 5125 Pearl Parkway, within the Boulder Junction space simply east of Foothills Parkway. Sagebrush can be planning townhomes and a boutique resort in Boulder Junction.
What Sagebrush envisions is a three-story, combined-use building with places of work, a cafe house and 138 parking areas to the north and east of the construction.
Ken Cope, chief funding officer for Sagebrush, mentioned Wednesday the building is proposed as a "collaborative, co-working setting" with a broad number of smaller tenants.
"The idea is to supply devoted workplace house in addition to rentable desk house or just membership house by which members can discover a comfy place in frequent space seating to do their work," he added. "The inside partitions will make the most of a moveable wall system that permits tenants to extend their house as their firm grows, with out having to re-find."
Cope mentioned the proposed building's new look is a results of "a number of iterations of design," and that the preliminary rendering "was a very early-stage conceptual design drawing."
The venture is but to be scheduled for a Boulder Planning Board listening to, however Sagebrush did submit a improvement plan to the town final week.