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GreenbergFarrow Opens Regional Operations Hub In Metro Denver, Colorado

GreenbergFarrow, an architecture, engineering and planning firm, opened its regional office and operations center at 11001 West 120th Avenue, located off the Interlocken Loop, 18 miles northwest of Denver, in Broomfield, Colorado.

With plans to hire 10 to 15 associates during the next three years, Atlanta-based GreenbergFarrow’s signature project in the metro Denver area is design of the Ikea store in Centennial.

Established in 1974, the company specializes in mixed-use, retail/commercial, residential, hospitality, industrial, historic/adaptive re-use, and sustainable developments for the private and public sector. It’s strategically located in offices nationwide, as well as China and Mexico, employs over 350 professionals.

The firm’s Broomfield hub will be the company's 16th nationwide. The hub will be lead by Alicia Khine, who most recently spent three years working in Myanmar, overseeing the development of a $480 million mixed-use development in Yangon for Yoma Strategic Holdings.

“I’m eager to be a part of Denver’s robust growth and help clients think through smart strategies for making a statement in a heated market,” Khine said.

“We have been working on projects in the Denver region for years, so it was a natural next step for us to plant permanent resources here,” said Associate Principal Farman Shir, who oversees GreenbergFarrow’s operations. “Many of our retail clients have expanded or opened new locations in the Denver area in recent years, and we expect strong growth to continue.”

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