Denver is a constantly evolving city, but after construction slowed in 2020, we got used to seeing far fewer cranes as part of the Denver skyline. These days, the tide seems to be changing. Upper Downtown, an area that has been largely underdeveloped with many surface parking lots, has been especially busy recently. Take a peek at what is new and what is still on the horizon.
The Fitzgerald – Completed in April, this 225-unit luxury apartment building is a welcome addition to Lower Downtown. The building site was previously entirely undeveloped.
1900 Lawrence – Construction is underway on this 400-foot tower. The finished project will span 30 stories and include 700,000 sq ft of office space as well as 630 parking spaces.
18th & Glenarm – Digging has begun on residential project Block 176.It will include 2 towers, one 38 stories, and one 32 stories. The project will include 461 condo homes and 530 parking spaces.
Former Downtown Greyhound Station – In February, demolition was completed on the former Greyhound Bus Terminal. The building site encompasses the city block between 19th and 20th and Curtis and Arapahoe Streets. The final form of this project may change but currently, a mixed-use building made up of two 400 ft towers is slated for the site.
We are excited to see these projects and so many more, added to our skyline.