2200 California is comprised of three masonry buildings that once housed an extensive Porsche collection. Arrow B worked with VanWest Partners to transform the buildings into a mixed use, multi-tenant development that celebrates the existing architectural elements and is reminiscent of Porsche details from a 1959 RSK formerly housed within. With different floor elevations in each building and existing floodplains, reconciling tenant entries was a great challenge. Masonry details were kept intact and highlighted with decorative exterior lighting creating a friendly approach to the building. New canopies emphasize each entry and updated paint brings a unique identity to the development. Facades with architectural character were given historic paint schemes or were restored to the original brick. The corner unit, stripped of its charm by ad hoc repairs over the last century, was updated with more contemporary details and graphic paint. Existing masonry openings were restored with new storefront and garage doors, allowing the California 22nd Street facades to open up and contribute vibrancy and life to the quickly developing Arapahoe Square district. The team also worked with tenants Woods Boss and Solutions Lounge featuring Escapology.
To see more of the building, check out our first California blog post. To see many of the amazing items that were once stored here, check out this progress post. Or go here to see the transformation of the warehouse.
18,663 Square Feet
Located in Denver, Colorado
Construction by Spectrum General Contractor
Photos by Rosy Heart Photo.
- Site Assessment / Field Documentation
- Space Planning
- Code Analysis
- Design Development
- Consultant Coordination
- Construction Documentation
- Permit Submittal
- Construction Services Administration