DENVER, CO – A dream of healthcare entrepreneur Mike Biselli, the campus of Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation is taking form through partnerships with Koelbel and Company, L&M Capital Investments, the City of Denver, and the State of Colorado.
Catalyst HTI, the first of its kind healthcare industry integrator, “is bringing together private enterprise (startups to Fortune 100), government, academic and non-profit organizations with healthcare providers and payers to accelerate innovation and drive real, lasting change.” The space is designed to facilitate “spontaneous collisions,” those chance encounters among members that can stimulate the generation of previously unimagined healthcare solutions.
The following photos are from a visit to Catalyst HTI on August 18, 2017.
View from the 7th floor of Catalyst HTI. This area will become common space available to all members. The patio will provide expansive views of Denver metro and the Front Range.
A view of downtown and a nearby 100-room hotel under construction at The Source. Brighton Boulevard is being rebuilt and widened. The transformed artery will facilitate pedestrian traffic and access to the 38th & Blake light rail station, I-70, and downtown.
This wide expanse will be divided into suites for some of the 45 companies and organizations already planning to join the Catalyst HTI community. Office space is still available.
This telephoto view from the sixth-floor shows downtown and the new hotel under construction at The Source.
View of the west side of the Catalyst HTI as seen earlier in the morning. The parking structure is under construction on the west side of the campus. A small segment of the main building is visible at center right.
Retail space facing Brighton Boulevard will be available on the ground level. A Kaiser Permanente clinic will occupy the last pod in this photo. Connected to upper floors through a stairwell at the deep left, ready collaboration between healthcare providers and companies developing new healthcare technologies will be possible.
The north and east facades are seen in this image looking south on Brighton Boulevard.
Workmen crafting the east facade of Catalyst HTI. Large windows will liven the innovation spaces.
The main building of Catalyst HTI as seen looking north on Brighton Boulevard. The geometry of the 7th floor observation area is evident.
Walking south on Brighton Boulevard one can see the ongoing transformation of RiNo (River North) from a district of light industry to a vibrant art and tech community.
Established companies will mix with the new.
Charming details abound in RiNo.
This map shows the location of Catalyst HTI. It illustrates convenient access to downtown, I-70, and the A Line light rail running between Union Station and Denver International Airport. Catalyst’s proximity to the future River North Park and tree-line S Platte River can be seen.
Learn more at Catalyst HTI.
John Oró, MD, FAANS