Height and Heft: 5 Projects that are Reshaping Denver’s Skyline

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By Kelcey McClung – Reporter, Denver Business Journal

In 2018, the Mile High City has seen dozens of new commercial real estate projects break ground, inch taller or top out, as its signature skyline continues to grow in height, density and texture.

Plans were unveiled for The River Mile in March. The World Trade Center Denver has continued to sign tenants as it steamrolls toward its 2020 completion date. River North’s new music venue and mixed-use development project is underway. Also notable are The Coloradan condominium project in Lower Downtown, which will be completed by Q1 2019, and the proposal to redevelop the south parking lots of Denver’s Mile High Stadium. And downtown Denver’s newest skyscraper at 1144 Fifteenth is almost fully leased.

Among all of the cranes currently towering over Denver, five projects stand out as representative of the next wave of the city’s vertical growth: Block 162, the Prism building, Market Station, the Rockies West Lot and Modera West Wash Park.

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