John Madden Company News, Press and Events

John Madden Company Adds A Dozen New Pieces to MADDEN Museum of Art in Greenwood Village

October 2015

Free Museum Aims To Make Art More Accessible to Local Residents

Greenwood Village, Colo.-based commercial developer John Madden Company announced it has added 12 new pieces to the MADDEN Museum of Art located in the Palazzo Verdi building at 6363 South Fiddler's Green Circle in Greenwood Village. Among the new pieces unveiled, are the Woman in Red Hat, Federico Zandomeneghi; Missouri Spring, Thomas Hart Benton; Interior with Red Jacket, Daniel Sprick.

Office of the Future: More than Open Space

Bisnow | September 2015

Years ago, everyone knew the office of the future: an open space, free-for-all. But that didn't pan out. Instead, the speakers at Bisnow's Denver Office of the Future event say flexibility is what tenants and their workers want—and they're getting it. (Predictions don't always come true: We often insisted the most famous Cyrus would always be Billy Ray.)

A puppet for the ages

The Villager | July 2015

The Madden Museum of Art grew a little last week – along with Pinocchio’s nose – when John Madden added yet another piece to his Greenwood Village showcase. The 500-pound sculpture by Jim Dine is one of several of the renowned pop artist’s Pinocchio works. Others are on display in places as disparate as Boras, Sweden and Cincinnati, Ohio.

John Madden Jr.'s perfecting the art of living

Denver Business Journal | June 2015

Real estate developer John W. Madden Jr. doesn’t wear a watch, but his sense of timing has often been impeccable. In the 1970s, Madden and his business, the John Madden Co., started developing Greenwood Plaza, one of this country’s early master-planned office parks, in Greenwood Village at the same time rival developer George Wallace was building the neighboring Denver Tech Center.

Madden Bui is new generation developer

Community Experts | May 2015

At the helm of her grandfather’s namesake John Madden Co., 38-year-old Madden Bui leads by collaboration. She is passionate about sustainability, the arts and holistic health, and she leaves home in the morning comforted that her stay-at-home husband, Tien Bui, a healer and artist, is caring for her young daughters, Lily and Willow. Trailblazing and determined, Madden Bui also is deeply respectful of her roots and grateful to be working alongside company Chairman John Madden Jr.

Greenwood Village Rest Estate Firm Announces New CEO

Community Experts | May 2015

Greenwood Village-based John Madden Co. has named Blair Madden Bui has its new CEO. According to the Denver Business Journal, Madden Bui took the helm of the commercial real estates firm last fall but her role was not publicly announced at the time. “I have tremendous respect for the legacy of this company and the man who built it,” Madden Bui told the journal. “John Madden Co. has always been about developing and managing spaces that perform well for tenants and investors and add value to community. As CEO, my plan is to apply that approach to a new generation of developments with a particular emphasis on sustainability.”

DBJ unveils the 2015 Legacy Awards honorees

Denver Business Journal | May 2015

The Denver Business Journal will honor five business people at its third Legacy Awards dinner on June 18 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Denver. These are men and women who have made significant contributions to local business and the community throughout their careers. From corporate CEOs to municipal leaders and grassroots advocates, these Legacy Award honorees have played an integral part in building the Mile High City into the dynamic and diverse business center it is today.

Greenwood Village commercial real estate firm names new CEO

Denver Business Journal | May 2015

John Madden Co., a Greenwood Village-based commercial real estate developer, has announced that Blair Madden Bui has taken over as its CEO.

Greenwood Village Development Pioneer Names Blair Madden Bui CEO of John Madden Company

May 2015

Greenwood Village, Colo.-based commercial developer John Madden Company is proud to announce Blair Madden Bui has been named CEO of the family-owned and operated business. Madden Bui joined the company in 2011 and has since worked side by side with company founder John Madden Jr. to learn the family business.

John Madden Company Newsletter: 1st Edition

April 2015

  • Walking the Labyrinth: Pondering on the Path of Realization
  • Upcoming Community Events: Palazzo Verdi at Fiddler’s Green Presents: Yoga in the Atrium
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Kids Corner
  • Upcoming Concerts: Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre


Business, arts and John Madden Jr.

The Denver Post | March 2015

Colorado Business Committee for the Arts celebrated its 25th birthday by throwing a big (700 guests) luncheon and giving a very nice present to John Madden Jr., founding chair of the CBCA board.

Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Honors 5

Denver Business Journal | March 2015

Bill Marino, who shepherded the creation of the burgeoning 40 West Arts District in Lakewood, was singled out for recognition Wednesday by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA). The CBCA presented Marino with its John Madden Jr. Leadership Award, which is annually awarded to someone who has made significant contributions to promoting arts and culture in the state.

CBCA announced the winners of the 2015 Business for the Arts Awards

Colorado Business Community for the Arts | March 2015

Colorado Business Community for the Arts announced the winners of the 2015 Business for the Arts Awards at their sold-out luncheon on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. The Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon is Colorado’s signature event honoring companies and individual’s for their exemplary partnerships and engagement with the arts. Thank you to the sold-out room of arts, business and civic leaders who attended this event in the Seawell Ballroom in the Denver Performing Arts Complex.

Raine Giorgio's NerdNest Gives Fangirls a Safe Place to Go Wild

Westword | March 2015

Twenty-one-year-old Raine Giorgio is slumped into the soft leather folds of the old couch in her apartment near the University of Denver, wavy brown hair pulled loosely back, small frame hidden beneath a blanket while she does her Netflix-ing, blogging, fan-fiction writing and texting beside posters of The Fifth Element (very geeky, Giorgio says), Mr. Nobody and Midnight in Paris (not so geeky).