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Old Posted Jan 1, 2008, 3:47 AM
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Great city! Happy New Year Denver.
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Old Posted Jan 11, 2008, 2:37 PM
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New update on master post. 1100 16th Street is coming along well. Four Seasons & Residence is poring concrete. Spire seems as though it will resume construction with in a month. Two Tabor developer is ordering steel for the project. One Lincoln Park is being topped out as we speak. Things are looking good!
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Here is a great find by rds70! it's the plans for the Four Season Hotel & Residence going up:
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I got ahold of the plans for the Four Seasons, and discovered a few things:

1. The second pit being dug towards the center of the site is a storm water detention vault.

2. The plans show the location of a "future phase II development" area:




3. The official height of the building is 640 feet 10 inches:

Here's the latest photo update of the Four Seasons. Cranes are being erected:
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Aye! And she shall be red.


Courtesy: http://www.ibeamsystems.com/private/fourseasons/
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2008, 2:06 PM
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The master post for this thread has just been photo updated for multiple projects including:

-1400 Wewatta
-1515 Wynkoop
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-816 Acoma
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Old Posted Jan 15, 2008, 10:13 PM
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Here's a sharper update from today (January 15th) of the Four Seasons Hotel & Residence - Denver:
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Old Posted Jan 16, 2008, 1:52 AM
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One Lincoln Park is TOPPED OUT! Not complete, but the final roof truss segment is in place:

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Lincoln Park...all topped out



And that oh so slick curvilinear roof

Looks like a port-o-potty up there. I guess they don't want to big guys tempted to tinkle off the side? lol... Because that might be cool
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2008, 6:28 PM
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New update,... check this thread's master post on page 1

-Four Seasons Hotel & Residence (45-stories) has foundation poured and the red tower crane is being erected!

-Spire (41-stories) has resumed construction, after a new funding source was closed on.

-One Lincoln Park (32-stories) has been structurally topped out with it's nifty curved roof!

-1401 Lawrence (51-stories) pre-sales office reports the units are selling well and the project is on pace to begin construction later this year.

-Two Tabor Center (43-stories) developer reports they are ordering the steel for the project in March and it is a green light for a 2010 completion date.

-1900 16th street (17-stories) is excavated and poised to begin it's ascent.

-Plus more photo updates of several other projects!
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Checkout this new photo provided the The Dirt from the Spire website...
The Spire will be 41-stories and 525' to the structural top:
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Old Posted Feb 13, 2008, 1:31 AM
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Spire is progressing nicely now. Just waiting to see Four Seasons rise from the ground...
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I cannot believe how much Denver has changed in so little time.
They finally decided to start building again AFTER I left. Now I get to watch it all happen on the internet.
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Great updates, thanks.
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Old Posted Feb 15, 2008, 10:55 PM
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Elevator Core Is starting to RISE!


http://www.ibeamsystems.com/private/fourseasons/
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2008, 12:52 AM
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Here is a new rendering I compiled and put at the top of the very beginning of this thread! Go check it out, CLICK HERE!
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2008, 2:21 AM
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Ha, it's funny that you guys should post that old skyline pic.

I thought I'd post this here. I thought maybe some of you might like it. I went to an annual event in Austin called the citywide garage sale. Basically people have all kinds of stuff. Glassware, furniture, vintage stuff. Well, I collect postcards and spotted a table with 6 shoe boxes full of them. So I went through and picked out a few postcards that I liked. I found these of Denver.

I think the first one is from sometime after 1952 since you can see the 1700 Broadway (Mile High Center).

Copyright: O. Roach and Morton News Company

And this one I think is from the very late 60s/early 70s. You can see 1600 Glenarm Place there.

Copyright: Patterson Distribution Company and Mrro Kromel and HS Crocker Company
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2008, 2:25 AM
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Then this one from the early 80's (~1981)
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Old Posted Feb 16, 2008, 3:45 AM
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This one is one year later, one of my favs

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But seriously, back to projects! Steel will be ordered in MARCH for Tabor 2. I sincerely hope we get a start 'month' or time-period after that.
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And here is my new rendering once again:





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Old Posted Feb 17, 2008, 4:08 AM
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Nice change to the first page!
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Denver deserves to be the "New York of the Rockies".
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I think maybe Denver is more of a cross between Zurich and New York. Yeah, mix those two and stick it in North America and you have Denver.
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