Civica Cherry Creek provides contemporary office space complete with a rooftop amenities deck, convenient below grade parking and street level retail elements. The steel and concrete structure depth was minimized to permit high ceilings and natural light extending throughout the office spaces.
1601 Wewatta, “on the corner of history and the future” is a new LEED Certified Gold class A office building, developed by Hines. Included is a high-end plaza with outdoor dining and urban living concept, outdoor terraces on multiple levels and access to RTD Union Station. Three stories of below-grade parking and 10 stories of office structure were constructed of post-tensioned and mild reinforced concrete.
1515 Wynkoop is a premier eight-story 307,000 SF office building with 420 below-grade parking spaces located in the heart of Denver’s lower downtown neighborhood. The project was certified LEED Gold and is constructed of composite steel and post-tensioned concrete.
Union Station North is a LEED Certified Gold project and an anchor building for the Union Station complex redevelopment in Lower Downtown Denver. It is a 5-story concrete-framed office building above 3 levels of below-grade parking. The unique, shallow, one-way post-tensioned slab and beam system allow for column-free office space throughout. Another unique feature is the integrated exterior grand stair and elevator which brings passengers up to the train mezzanine walkway which serves the adjacent Union Station train platform.
1755 Blake is an infill project replacing a parking lot at the heart of the historic district. The office building consists of a five-story contemporary office building with multiple levels of below-grade parking. The class A building is certified as LEED Silver.
The Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News, both with over 100 years of history, needed an up-to-date and central headquarters. The site, right across from Civic Center Park and the capitol building provided the perfect location. The steel and precast concrete structure provided long clear spans and open office areas for maximizing the utilization of the space.
This LEED certified Silver project is located in the heart of Cherry Creek North, the most expensive location for office space in Denver. Four levels of below-grade parking support three levels of retail space, Class A office, and rooftop terraces.
When constructed, the Xcel building was the first Denver office tower in over 20 years. The composite steel and concrete structure has a striking pattern of exterior cladding that makes it a downtown Denver landmark. This building was the first LEED platinum certified building west of the Mississippi.