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PARTNERS IN VISION AND DEVELOPMENT

L.C. FULENWIDER, PANASONIC ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS COMPANY, DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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Partners

Several partners have contributed to Peña Station NEXT. From public transportation entities to world-renowned businesses, strategic relationships contributed to the vision for the project as well as its success. In particular, L.C. Fulenwider Inc., Denver International Airport and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company have led investment in the development.

LC Fulenwider, Inc

fulenwiderL.C. Fulenwider, Inc is a hands-on master developer, vertical developer and construction management company, entering its second century of land and vertical development in Colorado. The company has developed a variety of projects including Class-A high-rise office buildings, shopping centers, resort and urban condominiums, industrial parks, multi-family and single-family residential communities and a world class ski resort.
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Denver International Airport

fulenwiderAs co-developer with L.C. Fulenwider, Denver International Airport's Division of Real Estate is actively developing their 60 acres of land within the innovative Peña Station Next project. DEN is the only major airport to be built in the United States in the last 25 years. The current facility can accommodate more than 55 million passengers a year without any additional construction. Six additional runways are approved to meet future global demand. It is the nation’s 6th busiest and the world’s 18th busiest airport. DEN welcomes its air travelers with safety and efficiency, operating with environmental consciousness while providing the 4th most nonstop flight destinations in the United States.
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Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company

fulenwiderPanasonic selected Peña Station NEXT as the location for their Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company (PESCO), where the company will house its Eco Solutions line, including large-scale solar systems and a battery storage and testing unit. The new facility is expected to bring 330 jobs to Denver. Peña Station NEXT was selected over 21 other based on its suitability for the creation of a high-tech development in North America, similar to Panasonic's successful community in Fujisawa, Japan. The company’s development of lithium ion batteries and solar panels will be directly incorporated into the micro-grid at Peña Station NEXT, making Panasonic an integral member of the community.
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