Last week, the IMA Financial Center became the first major development at Denver’s Union Station to open for business. The 108,000-square-foot building, designed by Anderson Mason Dale Architects and constructed by Haselden Construction, marks a milestone for the redevelopment of Denver’s historic Union Station and surrounding property as the region’s transit hub. More than 200 employees occupy the building currently, but with almost double its previous office space, the company expects to grow to as many as 400 employees in coming years. Large window walls, a fitness room, bike storage and an exclusive employee coffee shop are just a few of the amenities that will allow IMA Financial to attract and retain the best employees in the region.
This project not only speaks to IMA’s investment in the redevelopment of Denver’s Union Station, but to the company’s continued commitment to Downtown Denver. IMA Financial Chairman and CEO, Rob Cohen, knows what it means to be a city builder, as he’s been championing Downtown ever since the company established their headquarters here in 2000.
“We are excited to be the first tenant moving into a building at Union Station. We have always felt that locating our office Downtown was critical for our clients and associates but being a part of this project has magnified our commitment to downtown and all that it has to offer,” said Cohen.
Over the course of the next six months companies, retailers and restaurants will prepare to open their doors in the Denver Union Station neighborhood. Continue to look for updates on our website homepage.
Photo credit: Kathleen Lavine, Denver Business Journal