1144 15th Street: See Previews of Tallest Downtown Denver Project in Decades

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Yesterday, ground was broken for the 1144 15th Street building.

Hines, the international real-estate firm behind the forty-story, 662,000-square-foot Class A office tower, notes that the completed project will be "the first office building of this height built in nearly three decades, and once completed, will be one of the tallest office buildings" in Denver.

A Hines release describes it like so:

Designed by the acclaimed architectural firm Pickard Chilton, the project will consist of 27 floors of office space atop a 13-story podium comprising retail, restaurants, and a state-of-the-art, 5,000-square-foot fitness facility. The stunning structure will be clad in high-performance glass and aluminum curtain wall and will feature floor-to-ceiling glass, 25,000-square-foot, highly efficient floor plates, and 10-foot ceilings on typical floors. 

The project isn't due for completion until January 2018, but Hines has created renderings that preview the finished product. Check them out below.

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