Schnitzer West and its equity partners, JP Morgan Asset Management and the California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS), jumped at the chance to enter the premium Cherry Creek market. Cherry Creek is the premier luxury shopping and dining neighborhood in Denver and one of the most visited areas in Colorado. It offers a premium mall with retailers such as Neiman Marcus and Louis Vuitton, and 16 blocks of boutiques, art galleries and restaurants, but few modern office buildings. The Civica Cherry Creek project draws from the best amenities and services offered by the hospitality industry to create a workspace that enriches both work and life. The building features a Great Room with flexible workspaces, a rooftop terrace with unobstructed views of downtown, a state of the art conference and training center, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a bike room with showers and towel service, private wine lockers and five-star concierge service. View Dynamic Glass was selected as part of the effort to redefine the future of workspaces. By eliminating blinds, View will help the tenants get more of what they are paying for – panoramic views of downtown Denver and the Rockies. With View, tenants will enjoy abundant natural light, unprecedented control of their workspace, and a greener, more energy-efficient building. Schnitzer West features the benefits of View Glass in its marketing materials and as the “grand finale” on the leasing tour. The project delivered in March 2018.