...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...
...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...This article has 4 other Denver locations (Show)
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...
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.
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.