Located in southeast Denver near I-25 and Colorado Boulevard is Colorado Center. The elevator shafts are now reaching high into the sky which can easily be seen while driving on I-25. This project broke ground in August of 2015.
Below is a photo looking towards Colorado Center from the RTD pedestrian bridge that spans I-25
Construction will take place in three phases on this Denver project: the Class AA office tower, the retail main street and the residential tower. The elevator shafts seen in these photos belong to the office component of this development. The office tower will top out at 15 floors. This project will include a 210,000 square foot class AA office building and a 205,000 square foot residential tower that will house 189 apartments and 80 loft-style units with a fitness center. Also featured in this development will be the addition of 40,000 square feet of new retail space. The office and residential components will be housed in two separate buildings. Denver-based Tryba Architects is the primary architect on the project. Kansas City-based JE Dunn is the general contractor.
Here is the construction site as viewed from the RTD bus stop just to the south of Colorado Center.
Below is a rendering of what the office building that is under construction at Colorado Center will look like once complete.