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Gulch Union (Endeavor Demonbreun): 3 towers (20 story/329,000 s.f. office, 29 story residential, 16 story hotel)

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On 9/3/2019 at 9:18 AM, Ingram said:


They'll market to companies that can pay the rent. They don't care whether they have an affiliation with Amazon or Asurion.

Of course they'll rent the space to just about anyone willing to pay for it, but they'll definitely be marketing to companies who might see some additional benefit or value in being close to neighboring HQ's like Amazon and Asurion, because that additional proximity value can potentially lead to higher rates and/or greater lease longevity/stability. 

It's a potential marketing advantage, so why do you think they wouldn't take advantage of it?

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11 hours ago, markhollin said:

Up to 10th floor on north end, 9th floor on south end.

Looking SE from 14th Ave. South, 1/2 block south of Broadway:

Gulch Union, Sept 8, 2019.jpg

A close look at this picture reveals that the rebar on the northeast corner has elbows on top.  This may mean that the rest of the tower is going to be steel like the Amazon tower.  Does anyone know for sure?

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1 hour ago, markhollin said:

Looking north from 15th floor of 1201 Demonbreun (Courtesy of Philip Morgan):


Gulch Union, Sept 18, 2019.png

Is this the first office floor above the enormous parking pedestal?   

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