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  1. Sure. Please visit www.DenverInfill.com to answer your questions about development in the downtown Denver area. Thanks.
  2. DenverInfill

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    That week is wide open for me. Let's plan something.
  3. DenverInfill

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    I would be interested in that.
  4. Donald Trump just announced the details on his Denver tower. It will go next to the historic El Jebel temple at 18th & Sherman... a site where a developer has had plans for a similar tower for about 5 years now, but has never been able to acquire financing. Trump is buying the site from him. The site and building is already fully approved by the city. The tower will be a mix of hotel and condos. It will be 715' to the top of the spire, and will be 60 floors. Here's a pic:
  5. Hey, we just had a 55-story condo tower announced for the corner of 14th & Lawrence! Here it is:
  6. Here's an updated rendering of the Spire:
  7. Here are two new renderings of the proposed 41-story, 505-unit condo tower planned for the corner of 14th & Champa in Downtown Denver:
  8. Here's a new rendering of a project announced earlier this year: a 12-story Best Western hotel Downtown at 15th & Stout. Not huge, but it replaces a surface parking lot!
  9. Thanks, OE-305. As you probably know, the 16th Street Mall is a transit-way, with free-shuttle busses that run the entire length, thus connecting the two LRT lines. But no plans to replace the shuttles with LRT or trolley. The bus depot near the clocktower is Market Street Station which used to be the end of the Mall before it was extended to Union Station a few years ago. Market Street Station will be phased out and redeveloped within the next five years or so, due to the construction of the multi-modal transit center behind Union Station under the FasTracks program. With the passage of the FasTracks transit tax last November, we're now starting a 10-year $5 billion transit program that will make Union Station the metrowide hub for transit. Right now, only the Central Platte Valley LRT spur comes in to Union Station. With FasTracks, another LRT line from Golden (West Corridor) will come into Union Station, along with a LRT line from Arvada (Gold Line), BRT and commuter rail from Boulder, commuter rail from 1-25/E-470 (North Metro) and commuter rail to Denver International Airport. Remaining at Union Station will also be Amtrak and the Ski Train. Greyhound will be moving its main bus terminal to Union Station as well. The Union Station master plan also incorporates rental cars, parking garages, bicycle stations, taxi stands, hotel and ski resort shuttles, and every other known form of transportation, public or private. Also, once all these transit lines are finished, they predict the 16th Street Mall will be at capacity, so we'll also then start the free 18th Street Shuttle, which will be like the free busses along 16th, but will run from Union Station down 18th to Broadway, down Broadway to 13th Avenue, loop around the Art Museum, Library, etc. in Civic Center, back up Lincoln to 19th Street, and back into Union Station. The long term plan is to upgrade this 18th Street shuttle with a trolley system. Lots going on!
  10. Here's a new aerial of Downtown Denver that I've annotated with some of the more major new projects and existing landmarks:
  11. The Glass House condo towers (twin 23-story) under construction now and due for a late 2006 completion:
  12. Hilton Garden Inn Hotel (12 stories) due to break ground Fall 2005:
  13. Downtown Residence Inn (14 stories) due to be finished Spring 2006:
  14. Four Seasons Hotel and Residences (50 stories) planned to break ground late 2005/early 2006:
  15. Here are some more projects planned or underway in Downtown Denver: Hyatt Convention Center Hotel (37 Stories) due to be finished in December 2005:
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