East West Partners is devoted to building, selling, managing and supporting high-quality real estate in the communities in which they operate. East West Partners has had an active presence in Denver since 1999, and affiliates serve as the master developer of Riverfront Park, a mixed-use residential community of 1,500 units integrated with a commercial retail core. They have built 10 residential and commercial buildings in Denver, including the incredibly successful Glass House Residences and recently acclaimed One Union Station. And a joint venture featuring East West Partners was selected as master developer of the Denver Union Station project.


BuildMark is a Denver-based, boutique real estate company. Our local knowledge of real estate, construction and finance fuels our passion and enthusiasm to create vibrant places for Colorado and ensures project certainty for our partners.


Sprocket Design Build, Inc. is a premier, cross-disciplinary problem solver, offering design-driven architecture, engineering and construction services. Sprocket is one of a very few, vertically integrated firms in the country, whose work encompasses all phases of project planning and execution.

Since inception, Sprocket has designed and/or built over 135 projects tackling various
urban and suburban land-use problems of various scales. Project types range from
retail, and office to multi-family projects such as student housing and hotels.  Sprocket has designed and implemented in excess of 400 different dwelling-unit types.


Slifer, Smith & Frampton Denver is an enthusiastic and talented team of real estate professionals proud to call Denver home. Slifer Smith & Frampton Denver single-handedly helped transform Riverfront Park from a bare patch of railyards into a thriving and sophisticated urban community of more than 1,000 high-end homes. All in just 15 years. As they’ve established themselves in Denver, they started to work in some of the other great neighborhoods in the city - such as LoHi, Cherry Hills Village, Wash Park and Cherry Creek, to name a few.