Colorado Springs, CO—A M King, a fast growing Design-Build firm, is working on its first Colorado retail development, a power center set atop the plateau at the intersection of two major thoroughfares– Briargate Parkway and Chapel Hills Drive. It’s directly across the interstate from the United States Air Force Academy.
When complete, the complex will offer high-end shopping, dining, entertainment and medical services spread out over 50 acres. The project is a joint venture between Focus on the Family, a global Christian ministry headquartered in Colorado Springs, and The Keith Corp, a N.C.-based developer that specializes in Office, Industrial, Retail and Healthcare developments and has projects in 31 states and five countries.
A M King recently broke ground on Phase 1, which will include four separate buildings totaling just over 20,000-square feet and the potential for eight separate tenants. The Charlotte-based company has already signed on to work on close to 50,000-square feet for future phases of the project.
About A M King
A M King is a fully-integrated design, construction, facility maintenance and property services company that consistently and successfully delivers quality projects throughout the United States. With an experienced team committed to protecting clients’ assets, we deliver optimal solutions, value and excellence in the implementation of food processing, cold storage, distribution, industrial, manufacturing and commercial facilities.
About The Keith Corp.
THE KEITH CORPORATION is a full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since our founding in 1989, TKC’s philosophy has been to cultivate trust and communication, making these the foundation of our client relationships, which range from multinational Fortune 500 corporations to young entrepreneurial companies. TKC has completed development projects in 31 states and five countries.
About Focus on the Family
Focus on the Family is a global Christian ministry, founded by James Dobson, that helps families thrive through its radio broadcasts, websites, simulcasts, conferences, interactive forums, magazines and books and the Narnia Adventure Room.