A Houston business has actually pulled its very first building and construction license for the foundation of a long-anticipated task in downtown Denver.
Plans for Patrinely Group’s Block 162 task were very first floated in early 2016 as a 32-story workplace and hotel development on 15th Street in between Welton and California streets. Updated marketing products reflect a little less enthusiastic plans for a 30-story office tower amounting to 595,000 square feet.
An agent from Patrinely Group did not instantly react to an email ask for comment.
In 2017, Patrinely signed a ground lease along with USAA Real Estate Co. to establish the site, which had actually been assembled during a number of years by Denver designer Evan Makovsky.
Marketing products for Block 162 suggest that the building will include ground-floor retail and 12 levels of above- and below-ground parking.
If developed, the tower would be the second-tallest office building built in downtown Denver in current memory, just behind Hines’ 40-story 1144 15th, which was the tallest office complex constructed in the area given that the 1980s.