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^It sure is. It took them three days to take it down!

I posted a fun update on 600 Park Avenue comparing the first and new renderings.

http://denverinfill.com/blog/2017/03...-update-1.html
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Old Posted Mar 10, 2017, 8:04 AM
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Sorry for the length of this post, but I wanted to give light to some small projects the are proposed for around Denver that are currently getting overshadowed (not that I am complaining).

4150 Tennyson



ANB Bank Building Renovation



3350 Blake St.



1428 15th St. (really hope this one happens)



2937 Larimer St.

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Old Posted Mar 10, 2017, 4:42 PM
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The project at 2937 Larimer is pretty neat as they are incorporating an old building into the new design. Plus, it's the infamous location of Denver's first Shake Shack......
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The project at 2937 Larimer is pretty neat as they are incorporating an old building into the new design. Plus, it's the infamous location of Denver's first Shake Shack......
That immediate area is already cool and funky - with the Central Market, Our Mutual Friend, Ratio, and Finns' Manor. This will be a great addition. Larimer from Park Avenue to 36th or so is going to be a different world in just a few years.
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Denver, please provide links to the sources of those renderings.
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Old Posted Mar 10, 2017, 9:31 PM
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All renderings all from loopnet. Sinple search will give you them.

http://www.loopnet.con
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Old Posted Mar 11, 2017, 12:46 PM
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denver#/media/Fileenver_Colorado_1898_-_LOC_-_restoration1.jpg

Dang, I wake up from a nice long siesta and it looks like I'm back in the 1800's. Eh, It takes more than techno-color to fool me. Nice post btw.


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Okay, this is officially the coolest development in Denver in awhile. Love the repurposed manufacturing site and retail lanes going through it.
http://denverrockdrill.com
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Denver circa 1983 was such a depressing place. There had been that great building boom in late 70s and early 80s, then came the 1982 recession and the collapse of the oil markets. At one point, Denver had the highest office vacancy rate downtown in the developed world, reaching 30 percent at one point.

Meanwhile, as shown by the picture, there was that large "rust belt" to southwest, west, and northwest, where Elitches, Pepsi Center, Union Station, Riverfront, Coors Field, RiNO and Ballpark are now. Midtown was also in decline, with a perception of high crime and urban decay. Beautiful historical houses were available on the cheap, if you were willing to live with that.

It was damn depressing. Denver population was in accelerating decline, ultimately losing 30,000 people in the 1980s with a general sense of malaise and decline.

Then and now is such an amazing contrast.
It boggles me mind. Present day compared to the era of see-through buildings downtown.

While Denver had stabilized and there were green shoots in LoDo for me it was getting Coors Field that made a catalytic difference. It gave the city a positive vibe among the whole metro area and helped propel the future of downtown. Not an easy deal to put together and an early example of the will of the Denver/metro residents in supporting the bonding for the ballpark project. Many thanks to the people of Baltimore for creating the first modern-day retro-park in Oriole Park at Camden Yards which was the easy choice for Denver to copy.
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A few project updates:

- The parking lot at the site of SOVA in Capitol Hill has been closed off.
- The Colorado Association of School Boards building is being vacated to make way for Modera Capitol Hill
- Tree preservation measures are being put in place at the 7th and Grant apartments site
- Two tower crane bases have been installed at the Greystar Speer and Bannock site
- Site work looks to be starting at the Ascent Union Station site
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All renderings all from loopnet. Sinple search will give you them.

http://www.loopnet.con
He means links to the pages where you found the images per forum rules. You have to provide those links in your original post.
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A few project updates:

- The parking lot at the site of SOVA in Capitol Hill has been closed off.
- The Colorado Association of School Boards building is being vacated to make way for Modera Capitol Hill
- Tree preservation measures are being put in place at the 7th and Grant apartments site
- Two tower crane bases have been installed at the Greystar Speer and Bannock site
- Site work looks to be starting at the Ascent Union Station site
It's really exciting to here that these projects are moving along. I was afraid the Cap Hill and Uptown ones had stalled.
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Any idea on how many more floors to be added to the 1144 15th core? Should be almost done.
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So with CenturyLink buying Level 3 Communications, I have heard rumors they will be vacating their 1801 California location and consolidating in the Level 3 and other CenturyLink offices. They only have about 200k sq. ft right now in the 1801 tower, but its still a significant chunk considering there aren't very many other big blocks of space available until the new commercials towers come online. So who do you all think would be the next big tenant?
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Any idea on how many more floors to be added to the 1144 15th core? Should be almost done.
The core will go up to level 41, what level are they on currently?
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I've been wanting to post these rendering for a while but now that they are public finally can.

2nd and Detroit is a new office building in Cherry Creek that will be jointly developed by BMC and Bow River Capital. The building will consist of ground floor retail and 7 stories of offices above. Demo of the existing building should begin this summer. While I cannot give the exact number, this building is already significantly pre-leased.



http://www.4240architecture.com/on-t...#/2nd-detroit/
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So with CenturyLink buying Level 3 Communications, I have heard rumors they will be vacating their 1801 California location and consolidating in the Level 3 and other CenturyLink offices. They only have about 200k sq. ft right now in the 1801 tower, but its still a significant chunk considering there aren't very many other big blocks of space available until the new commercials towers come online. So who do you all think would be the next big tenant?
Maybe an oil/gas company since the price of oil seems to be a bit on the rise lately (we all know northeast Colorado, NW Kansas, SW Nebraska and SE Wyoming is the next big fracking spot outside North Dakota/west Texas). Or possibly a tech company from California since Cali seems to be hemorrhaging large businesses, or maybe Miller/Coors could be returning from Chicago (I doubt Miller/Coors since Illinios has a pro-business Republican govenor).
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So with CenturyLink buying Level 3 Communications, I have heard rumors they will be vacating their 1801 California location and consolidating in the Level 3 and other CenturyLink offices. They only have about 200k sq. ft right now in the 1801 tower, but its still a significant chunk considering there aren't very many other big blocks of space available until the new commercials towers come online. So who do you all think would be the next big tenant?
I would be surprised if they leave. It really comes down to whether level3 will be operated as a subsidiary or integrate into CenturyLink. Further, I doubt the current Level3 facility has 150k of open space. Who knows though.
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I've been wanting to post these rendering for a while but now that they are public finally can.

2nd and Detroit is a new office building in Cherry Creek that will be jointly developed by BMC and Bow River Capital. The building will consist of ground floor retail and 7 stories of offices above. Demo of the existing building should begin this summer. While I cannot give the exact number, this building is already significantly pre-leased.



http://www.4240architecture.com/on-t...#/2nd-detroit/

Nice building. It looks like its replacing this 60s/70s era concrete bunker.


https://www.google.com/maps/@39.7193...8i6656!6m1!1e1 With all the commercial and residential development Cherry Creek, the real feel density isreally headed up. Those 1st Avenue Traffic jams will be something in afew years!
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Developer floats 2,900-acre project south of DIA

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Here's a feel-good opinion article that gives me hope Block 162 (at lease the office component), will indeed break ground later this year. This of course assuming no macro-scale economic issues arise.

http://www.crej.com/news/downtown-la...-space-needed/
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