WORLD TRADE CENTER DENVER NEW CAMPUS – COMING IN 2025-2026
World Trade Center Denver will Anchor Fox Park Development in Globeville
The World Trade Center is delighted to announce the site of its new global campus – located in the “perfectly fitting” neighborhood of Globeville, at the intersection of I-70 and I-25, near the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) site of 41st and Fox.
Our partnership with the developers of Fox Park will bring opportunities at this location to better convene the international business community, connect to global opportunities, and provide multicultural experiences to the community. The entire 41-acre project will include 2,240,000 sq.ft. of office space and 3,400 residential units in its four phases. The Denver Botanic Gardens will design and maintain 14 acres of public parks and outdoor space, an outdoor amphitheater, and a nursery.
The World Trade Center Denver Complex of 600,000 sq. ft. will be a modern multi-use urban center including a cultural center, an International Exhibit Hall, Virgin Hotel, a performing arts theater, a conference center, global and local restaurants, retail, fitness center, pickle ball courts, a maker space, and art galleries. WTC Denver’s new corporate offices, expected to open late 2025 or early 2026, will include innovative local and international businesses of all sizes occupying incubator space to customized build-to-suit buildings. On-site services offered to tenants and member companies will include: Networking Events, Trade Help Desk, Concierge Services, Executive Suites, Event Booking, B2B Matchmaking, Foreign Investment Support, Vendor Clearinghouse, Trade Education, and more.
The WTC Denver decided to change plans to move from the development at 38th and Blake St. in the RiNo District due to development delays and a change of scope of the project. The new site is located just one light rail stop from Union Station, and close to the downtown core, the Auraria Campus and the National Western Complex. The owners of Fox Park are Vita Fox North L.P. and the Developer is Pure Development headed in Denver by Jose Carredano. Trammel Crow is the developer for the WTC Denver building itself.
FoxPark and World Trade Center Denver in the News:
WTC Uses Specialty Buildings to Help Businesses Grow, Colorado Real Estate Journal, Pg. 27