DENVER—Design veteran Terry Willis has joinedKTGY Group Inc. Architecture + Planning as aprincipal in its Denver office. Willis has more than 30 years ofdesign experience in a broad range of developmentprojects including high-profile commercial,retail, residential,entertainment and resortprojects.

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Willis most recently served as a senior architect withShort Elliott Hendrickson Inc. here and asassociate principal and Denver studio manager of 4240Architecture Inc. “I look forward to assisting local andnational clients to position their products and communities aheadof their competition, with a special emphasis onurban and transit-orienteddevelopments,” he says.

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Willis has been responsible for some of the most notablebuilding and construction projects in the Denver metro areaincluding E. 29th Ave. Town Center atStapleton here, St. Julien Hotel & Spa inBoulder and the 200 Fillmorerepositioning in Denver's Cherry Creek North.

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Chris Texter, managing partner of KTGY's Denveroffice, says Willis' talents and skills will help expand thecapabilities of the office in different types of projects andbusiness opportunities. “In collaboration with the current Denverteam, Terry will lead and expand KTGY's design studio inDenver.”

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Some of KTGY's current projects in the Denver Metro area includethe design of Aster Conservatory Green inStapleton, a 352-unit apartment community underconstruction for Forest CityEnterprises; Point 21 Urban Flats, a212-unit apartment community under construction near CoorsField for Legacy Partners and the nearlycompleted RockVue, a 220-unit apartment communityin Broomfield, developed by Carmel Partners. Thefirm has more than 1,000 apartment units either in design orconstruction phase with Carmel Partners in the Denver area.

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In addition, KTGY is breaking ground on a mixed-use podiumproject, Route 40, at Colfax Ave. and Downing St.here, consisting of 6,700 square feet of retail and 102 units ofapartments.

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As GlobeSt.com reported in April, construction began onElevation at County Line Station, a brand new,best-in-class 265-unit apartment community with a sleek, modern andtrendy vibe in Englewood, CO. The new $44-million community issituated on eight acres.

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“The project is across the street from the County Line RTDPark-n-Ride and within a short walk to the County Line light-railstation that connects to downtown Denver and provides accessthroughout the Denver metro area,” KTGY's studio directorNathan Sciarra, AIA and the project manager forElevation at County Line Station, told GlobeSt.com. “The design issleek and modern. It will be a hip apartment community; the newplace to live.”

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Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the San Diego and Orange County markets on GlobeSt.com and a contributor to Real Estate Forum. She was a trade-magazine and newsletter editor in New York City before moving to Southern California to become a freelance writer and editor for magazines, books and websites. Rossenfeld has written extensively on topics including commercial real estate, running a medical practice, intellectual-property licensing and giftware. She has edited books about profiting from real estate and has ghostwritten a book about starting a home-based business.