Denver Buildings Light Up in Thanks

Denver Buildings Light Up in Thanks

The City and County Building lit up in red, white and blue on April 8 with an illuminated thank you to health-care workers and first responders that will continue through April. Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen and Denver City Council member Kendra Black were on hand for the kickoff, which was also marked by lights on the McNichols Building, Union Station and the D&F Clocktower.

Close by, the Optiv building managed by Hines at 1144 Fifteenth Street continues to glow with a pink heart, as "a beacon of light and positivity." And Black urged Denver residents to go with the glow at their own homes, too, to show gratitude for those on the front lines.


The City and County Building lit up in red, white and blue on April 8 with an illuminated thank you to health-care workers and first responders that will continue through April. Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen and Denver City Council member Kendra Black were on hand for the kickoff, which was also marked by lights on the McNichols Building, Union Station and the D&F Clocktower.

Close by, the Optiv building managed by Hines at 1144 Fifteenth Street continues to glow with a pink heart, as "a beacon of light and positivity." And Black urged Denver residents to go with the glow at their own homes, too, to show gratitude for those on the front lines.

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