Case study of Market analysis, financial analysis, Design development for Real estate development and management at Stapelton, Denver, USA

Project Size :-Denver city (401.4 km²)

Name of Client: – RICS Executive Education, London, U.K.

In 1985 the City of Denver proposed the development of a new airport that is now called Denver International Airport (DIA). Stapleton Airport was shut down in 1995 and the city was left with this large piece of Brownfield Real Estate occupying an area of 4,700 acres. To put that into perspective it is a third of the land area of Manhattan. The major challenge in the project is to decide the phasing and land use as per market demand. To decide this it is important to understand the real estate market at the regional and local level. The main role of BOV in these project was to study for Land development, Alternate Financing, Project Management and facility Management of Stapelton, Denver, USA.