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Jewish Family Service to honor Curtiss-Lusher, Zaitz at inaugural winter soirée’

...Soirée, on Dec. 14 starting at 6 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt Denver, 1750 Welton Street. This inaugural fundraiser will celebrate the diversity of JFS clients while benefiting the life-transformative...

    Jewish Family Service to honor Curtiss-Lusher, Zaitz at inaugural winter soirée'
    Jewish Family Service of Colorado will honor Gay Curtiss-Lusher and Sam Zaitz at The Faces of JFS 2017 Winter Soirée, on Dec. 14 starting at 6 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt Denver, 1750 Welton Street. This inaugural fundraiser will celebrate the diversity of JFS clients while benefiting the life-transformative work of the agency.
    http://www.villagerpublishing.com

Sep 28

If approved by the city, this proposed 90-story structure would be the tallest building in Denver

...on Wednesday released details for a 90-story high-rise it plans to construct at 650 17th St., in the heart of Denver’s central business district. The mixed-use structure, Six Fifty...

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Greenwich co-founder and managing partner Michael Ursini  said the structure would be 1,000 feet tall, which is 286 feet taller than Denver’s current loftiest structure, the 714-foot, 56-story Republic Plaza, 370 17th St.

January 26, 2017 Denver’s tallest skyscraper in 30 years, 1144 Fifteenth, on schedule for 2018 opening

Geller is no stranger to accommodating big projects. A property he owns at 19th and Arapahoe streets is also under contract, this one with a buyer who aims to build two 400-foot towers accommodating 700 condos, according to DenverInfill.com.

...years. The most notable among those projects is 1144 Fifteenth, a 40-story structure at 15th and Lawrence streets that will be fourth-tallest building (nonspire category) in the city when completed next...

    If approved by the city, this proposed 90-story structure would be the tallest building in Denver
    A Manhattan developer plans to bring a mammoth skyscraper to downtown Denver, a monumental structure that would not only stand as the city's tallest building, but dwarf its closest competition. But that project will have to make its way through the city's approval process.
    http://www.denverpost.com

Sep 28

Proposal for Denver's tallest skyscraper

Although it’s not clear when ground could be broken, the project at 650 17th St. is on track, despite confusion sparked when officials in Denver’s Community Planning and Development office said it was dead.

    UPDATED: Proposed skyscraper would be Denver's tallest building
    New York-based Greenwich Realty Capital, in a press release, said the building would include more than 1 million square feet of space and offer "unparalleled mountain and city views from the residences, all of which will occupy the uppermost floors."
    http://www.9news.com

Sep 28

New Project: 650 17th Street

New Project: 650 17th Street

    New Project: 650 17th Street
    What would become Denver's new tallest skyscraper has been proposed for the corner of 17th and California streets in the heart of Downtown Denver. To get your bearings straight, here is a Google Earth aerial with the project site outlined.
    https://denverinfill.com

Sep 27

Denver’s Skyline Could Reach 1,000 Feet High

The tower will be located at 650 17th Street, and for now that’s the working name of the building. In fact, more information is available on the website, sixfifty17.com. The site between Welton and California Streets is currently a parking lot.

    Denver's Skyline Could Reach 1,000 Feet High
    DENVER (CBS4) - Denver's skyline could reach 1,000 feet high over the Mile High mark when construction a new skyscraper is completed. Plans are moving forward for a new skyscraper that would forever change the skyline of Denver. Developers say they hope to break ground on a roughly 1,000 foot tower next year.
    http://denver.cbslocal.com

Sep 27

Proposed tower would be Denver's tallest by far

At 75 stories or more, 650 17th Street would tower over every other skyscraper in downtown Denver.

    Proposed condo tower would be Denver's tallest building by far
    DENVER - A new condo tower proposed for downtown Denver would become the Mile High City's new tallest building. New York-based Greenwich Realty Capital is proposing an ambitious new skyscraper at 17th and California streets, just one block north of the 16th Street Mall. That site currently houses a surface parking lot.
    http://www.thedenverchannel.com

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