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Will Denver Embrace Sensor-Filled “Smart City” Community?

Is that a sufficient high-tech carrot to lure Denverites (and Panasonic workers) from cool downtown residential neighborhoods like Highlands to this satellite community? Certainly, the company is betting on the site’s success.

Big corporations, seeking to attract and retain top talent, are opening offices in the downtowns they abandoned decades ago. Coca-Cola moved 2,000 workers from Cobb County to Atlanta; Motorola shifted its headquarters to Chicago; General Electric will move its HQ from suburban Connecticut to Boston’s hip waterfront area. ... more »

Panasonic is About to Bring Denver Into the 22nd Century

Panasonic is building futuristic cities across the globe and Denver is their next stop.

Denver will be home to the new operations hub for Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, a branch of the North American division of the multinational corporation. The offices will be located just next to Denver International Airport. ... more »

Train to DIA is OPEN!!!

The airport is such an economic engine for the entre region

The last stop before DIA, 61st & Peña Station, and the mostly undeveloped land surrounding it has been called many things: transit-oriented development, aerotropolis, smart city. ... more »

Mizel, Fulenwider family, Caulkinses are 2016 Business Hall of Famers

Since 1904, the Fulenwider family’s company, L.C. Fulenwider Inc., has shaped the housing and real estate market in Colorado, with founder L.C. Fulenwider Sr. helping to write Colorado Real Estate License Laws, many of which remain on the books today.

The 27th class inducted to the Colorado Business Hall of Fame on Thursday night includes men and women who shaped progress in Colorado and today wield their influence to help elevate and protect the communities in which they live and work with significant social and cultural contributions. ... more »

Denver, Panasonic unveil 'smart city' tech projects at CES

Denver and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co. plan to make parts of Denver International Airport and a nearby development an example of cutting-edge solar energy use, in-home tele-medicine technology and video used for traffic management and security.

Denver and Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Co. plan to make parts of Denver International Airport and a nearby development an example of cutting-edge solar energy use, in-home tele-medicine technology and video used for traffic management and security. ... more »

New East Line station with transit oriented development

Denver International Airport (DIA) and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) have announced that a sixth station will be added to RTD’s East Line adjacent to a planned 400-acre transit oriented development.

RTD’s East Line is a 22.8 mile commuter rail line that is slated to open in 2016. This line will connect Denver’s Union Station with DIA. The original plans for the East Line did not include this sixth station that will be located at 61st and Peña Boulevard. ... more »

RTD train station near DIA a go, officials say

A commuter-rail train station at 61st Avenue and Peña Boulevard near Denver International Airport is a go, with a financing arrangement in place to pay for the project, DIA and the Regional Transportation District announced today.

A commuter-rail train station at 61st Avenue and Peña Boulevard near Denver International Airport is a go, with a financing arrangement in place to pay for the project, DIA and the Regional Transportation District announced today. ... more »

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions a "first win" for Denver aerotropolis

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing more than 330 jobs to the city, the company announced Thursday.

Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing more than 330 jobs to the city, the company announced Thursday. Denver beat 21 other cities to win the new facility, in part because of the state's reputation in sustainability and renewable energy, which represents more than half of the company's business, said Panasonic Enterprise Solutions president Jim Doyle. ... more »

Panasonic to build Enterprise Solutions base at the Pena Station Rail Stop in Denver, CO

L.C. Fulenwider, Inc., announced the company will create a hub for its fast growing business solutions operations and a technology center adjacent to Denver International Airport.

Today, Jim Doyle, President of Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company, joined by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver International Airport CEO Kim Day, Denver City Council President Chris Herndon and Ferd Belz and Cal Fulenwider III, of L.C. Fulenwider, Inc., announced the company will create a hub for its fast growing business solutions operations and a technology center adjacent to Denver International Airport. Creating an estimated 300 jobs, the business expansion will include the company’s operations base and assembly facility. ... more »

Denver lands Panasonic offshoot location near DIA

A new technology and solar energy offshoot of Panasonic Corp. of North America plans to make its home base at a 400-acre development near Denver International Airport

A new technology and solar energy offshoot of Panasonic Corp. of North America plans to make its home base at a 400-acre development near Denver International Airport, anchoring an environmentally-sustainable project and employing as many as 400 at the site. ... more »

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