John Madden Company News, Press and Events: 2013

Madden hopes to start building Palazzo Verdi II in the fall

Denver Business Journal | June 2013

John Madden Jr. is tired of waiting and ready to launch his next real estate project. The prominent Greenwood Village builder, like so many in his field, endured a dormant commercial real estate development scene in metro Denver during the Great Recession, when capital dried up and ongoing projects where halted. John Madden Co. was close to signing a deal to have Johns Manville consolidate all of its Denver operations into a new build-to-suit structure at the Denver Tech Center, but the deal fell apart last year

Madden rolls out new high design tower

The Colorado Real Estate Journal | April 2013

Developer John Madden is ready to roll out his new masterpiece – a $100 million office tower in Greenwood Village. Madden aims to start construction of the 360,000-square-foot LEED Gold building by August for occupancy in summer 2015. Like his last office building, Palazzo Verdi, Palazzo Verdi II will be something to behold, with sculptures of three life-size giraffes welcoming tenants and guests to its lobby.

Undergraduate Students Win Madden Challenge with Digital Backpack App

Daniels College of Business | March 2013

Five first-year students at the Daniels College of Business took home the Madden Cup in the College’s first Madden Challenge in fall 2012. The undergraduate case competition requires first-year business students to develop and build a mobile app and present a business plan to bring it to market.

Madden art collection takes spotlight in new exhibit

The Denver Business Journal | March 2013

As a teenage security guard at the Joslyn Art Museum in his native Omaha, John Madden Jr. had plenty of quiet time. During those slow moments, he learned about the works of art that surrounded him.

Fidelity Investments to bring up to 500 jobs to metro Denver

The Denver Business Journal | January 2013

Fidelity Investments, a multinational financial services company, plans to establish a regional U.S. customer service site in Greenwood Village that will employ up to 500 people, the company said Monday.