Hines planning $300 million office tower for Denver skyline

Designed by Pickard Chilton, the 640,000-sf tower is geared for large-scale tenants, with features like floor-to-ceiling glass, a 5,000-sf fitness center, a tenant lounge, and a series of outdoor terraces. 

June 09, 2015 |
$300 million office to transform Denver skyline

The 1144 Fifteenth tower will stand between Arapahoe and Lawrence streets, on the edge of historic Larimer Square. Renderings: Hines 

Soon there will be a new building grabbing the spotlight in Denver's skyline. The $300 million, 40-story 1144 Fifteenth tower will be the first Class A office tower to rise above Denver in more than 30 years.

Designed by Pickard Chilton for developer Hines, the 640,000-sf tower is geared for large-scale tenants, with features like floor-to-ceiling glass, a 5,000-sf fitness center, a tenant lounge, and a series of outdoor terraces. 

The second floor of the building will include a 5,000-sf "living room" that will allow for more informal gatherings and collaboration spaces that so many companies are seeking for employees.  

The 1144 Fifteenth tower will stand between Arapahoe and Lawrence streets, on the edge of historic Larimer Square. It will be within walking distance from Union Station, Coors Field, the Pepsi Center, and several bars and restaurants.

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