Denver South EDP holds its holiday party at new Denver DTC building

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Denver South EDP holds its holiday party at new Denver DTC building


The Denver South Economic Development Partnership (DSEDP) held its holiday party for 200 people on Dec. 5 in soon-to-be-finished raw space at the new LEED gold certified 5050 DTC building located at 5050 S. Syracuse Street in Denver. The modern striking structure has “floor-to-ceiling glass, natural light that fills every office and core space, and breathtaking views.”  An open bar and delicious food provided by Serendipity Catering of Lakewood was enjoyed by all.

Arapahoe County Commissioner Kathleen Conti checked out the new building with Douglas County Commissioner Roger Partridge.
Buz Koelbel, DSEDP board vice-chair and head honcho of Koelbel & Company was happy to see recently retired former SVP Lynn Myers.
Arapahoe County Commissioner and former GV Mayor Nancy Sharpe gave new GV Mayor George Lantz some pointers about his new job.
Commercial real estate advisor David Schlatter caught up with Aurora Chamber President and CEO Kevin Hougen, new DSEDP Director of Communications and Public Affairs Sheryl Machado, and DSEDP President and CEO Tom Brook.
Arapahoe County Commissioner and Villager columnist Bill Holen visited with Eric Dunker, AVP and Dean of Business, Technology, and Workforce Partnerships at Arapahoe Community College, and Don Klemme, Community Resources Director for Arapahoe County.
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