GreenbergFarrow Expands With New Denver Office

The firm opened a hub in the Denver area, which will be led by Alicia Khine, program manager. She will serve as a resource for clients in the central region of the U.S.
Alicia Khine, GreenbergFarrow's program manager
Alicia Khine, GreenbergFarrow program manager

GreenbergFarrow, an Atlanta-based architecture, engineering and planning firm, recently opened a new office in the Denver area. The office in Broomfield will be the company’s 16th nationwide. The company also has offices in China and Mexico.

GreenbergFarrow plans to hire 10 to 15 employees over the next three years. Alicia Khine, program manager, will lead the office. She will serve as a resource for clients in the central region of the U.S. Alicia spent three years working in Myanmar, overseeing the development of a $480 million mixed-use development in Yangon for Yoma Strategic Holdings.

The firm specializes in large-scale retail and urban mixed-use developments, national and international specialty retail and restaurant roll-out programs, as well as mid- and high-rise luxury residential developments. GreenbergFarrow’s most notable project in the Denver area was Colorado’s IKEA store in Centennial, which was the second-largest deal at that time. The company is coordinating the development of another IKEA store in Jacksonville, Fla.

“We have been working on projects in the Denver region for years, so it was a natural next step for us to plant permanent resources here,” Associate Principal Farman Shir said in prepared remarks. “Many of our retail clients have expanded or opened new locations in the Denver area in recent years, and we expect strong growth to continue.”

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