The Denver Broncos have announced plans to build a new headquarters project, costing $175 million, on their current land plot. The new 205,000-square-foot building will be constructed where the seating berm is currently located. The project is expected to be completed in time for the 2026 season.
The Walton-Penner ownership group, known for their commitment to first-class facilities, will fund the new headquarters. This investment adds to the $100 million already spent on upgrades to Empower Field at Mile High this season. The ownership group has now invested over a quarter billion dollars in team facilities.
Broncos owner and CEO Greg Penner stated that the new headquarters will reflect the team’s values of winning and teamwork with a modern Colorado design. Having both football and business operations on the same campus is expected to foster a championship environment.
Temporary seating will be installed for Broncos fans during training camp next year, and when the project is completed in 2026, fan seating will be located where the current headquarters building is now.
The new headquarters was co-designed by architectural firms HOK and Rockwell Group. The contractor for construction is yet to be determined. The decision to build a new facility came after tours of other team facilities and headquarters, including those of the Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears, Las Vegas Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, and the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and Phoenix Suns.
The new facility aims to provide more space and efficiency for the Broncos. Player pathways will be reduced, and the new headquarters building will be connected to the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse. The current strength and conditioning building will be torn down, with its facilities integrated into the main headquarters building.
The current Centura Health Training Center will be demolished, and a new berm for fan seating will be built in time for the 2026 season training camp. Broncos general manager George Paton, head coach Sean Payton, and vice president of player health and performance Beau Lowery provided input on the layout of the new headquarters to enhance player performance.
The new headquarters project signifies the Walton-Penner ownership group’s commitment to investing in world-class facilities for the Denver Broncos.
Denver Broncos Announce Plans for New $175 Million Headquarters
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos, owned by the Walton-Penner group, have unveiled plans for a state-of-the-art headquarters project that is set to cost $175 million. The new 205,000-square-foot facility will be built on the team’s current land plot, with construction scheduled to begin this spring.
The three-story building will be located where the seating berm currently stands, providing a modern and efficient space for the team’s football and business operations. The new headquarters is expected to be completed in time for the 2026 season, offering a significant upgrade from the team’s current facility.
This latest investment by the Walton-Penner ownership group follows their $100 million upgrades to Empower Field at Mile High earlier this season. In total, the group has now invested over a quarter billion dollars in team facilities, demonstrating their commitment to providing a first-class environment for the Broncos.
Broncos owner and CEO Greg Penner expressed his vision for the new headquarters, stating, “Our goal is to create a new home for the Denver Broncos that reflects our values of winning and teamwork with a modern Colorado design. Having both our football and business operations on the same campus will foster a championship environment in pursuit of our goals on and off the field.”
While the new facility will offer more space, particularly in the players’ locker room, it will also prioritize efficiency and player performance. The layout has been designed in consultation with Broncos general manager George Paton, head coach Sean Payton, and vice president of player health and performance Beau Lowery.
As part of the construction plans, temporary seating will be installed for Broncos fans during next year’s training camp. Once completed, the current headquarters building will be torn down, making way for additional fan seating for the 2026 season.
The architectural design for the new headquarters was a collaboration between HOK and the Rockwell Group. The Walton-Penner group is currently in the process of selecting a contractor for the construction phase.
Team president Damani Leech expressed his excitement about the project, stating, “This is