New downtown office tower will be one of Denver’s tallest buildings

June 30, 2014

Business, Did you know?

New downtown office tower will be one of Denver’s tallest buildings
The 40 story building will be the tallest office building constructed in downtown since 1985 when 1999 Broadway was completed

KCNC CBS 4 Denver

The Denver skyline is about to change after a real estate firm announced plans to build a 40-story office tower.

The building will become one of the tallest buildings in Denver. By comparison the Republic Plaza is the tallest with 56 stories.

The office building will have ground floor retail, a 5,000 square foot fitness facility and a parking garage.

Construction on 15th Street between Arapahoe and Lawrence streets starts next year. It will stand right next to the Four Seasons Hotel and one block away from Larimer Square.

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New Denver office tower
Executives at Houston-based Hines promise the 640,000-square-foot development will “change the Denver skyline.” Upon completion, it will be among the 10 tallest buildings in Denver. –Denver Business Journal

Denver Tower

Denver Tower

Denver Tower

Denver Tower

Denver Tower
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Denver
Denver Skyline

Denver Skyline

Population
Denver: 649,495
Metro Denver-Aurora: 3,277,309
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Tallest Buildings in Denver
Tallest buildings built in the 1980s
There were no tall buildings built in the 1990s
Tallest buildings built since 2000 

1 Republic Plaza 728 / 222 m 56 floors 1984
2 1801 California Street 709 / 216 m 53 floors 1983
3 Wells Fargo Center 698 / 213 m 50 floors 1983
4 Four Seasons Hotel Denver 565 ft / 172 m 45 floors 2010
5 1999 Broadway 548 ft / 165 m 46 floors 1985
6 707 17th Street 522 ft / 159 m 42 floors 1981
7 555 17th Street 507 ft / 155 m 40 floors 1978
8 Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center 489 ft / 149 m 38 floors 2005
9 Spire 478 ft / 145 m 41 floors 2009
10 1670 Broadway 448 ft / 137 m 34 floors 1980
11 17th Street Plaza 438 ft / 134 m 33 floors 1982
12 633 17th Street 434 ft / 132 m 32 floors 1974
13 Brooks Tower 420 ft / 128 m 42 floors 1968
14 Denver Place South Tower 416 ft / 127 m 34 floors 1981
15 One Tabor Center 408 ft / 124 m 30 floors 1984
16 Johns Manville Plaza 404 ft / 123 m 29 floors 1978
17 Granite Tower 398 ft / 121 m 31 floors 1983
18 The Ritz-Carlton 390 ft / 119 m 38 floors 1983
19 U.S. Bank Tower 389 ft / 119 m 26 floors 1975
20 621 17th Street 384 ft / 117 m 28 floors 1957
21 1600 Glenarm Place 384 ft / 117 m 32 floors 1967
23 One Lincoln Park 380 ft / 110 m 32 floors 2008
24 Denver Financial Center 374 ft / 114 m 32 floors 1981
25 Daniels & Fisher Tower 371 ft / 113 m 20 floors 1910
26 Dominion Plaza South 368 ft / 112 m 28 floors 1982
27 Lincoln Center 366 ft / 112 m 30 floors 1972
28 1125 17th Street 363 ft / 111 m 25 floors 1980
29 United Western Financial Center 357 ft / 109 m 24 floors 1961
30 World Trade Center II 357 ft / 109 m 29 floors 1980
31 1600 Broadway 352 ft / 107 m 26 floors 1972
32 The Curtis 350 ft / 107 m 30 floors 1974

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