DENVER (DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL) - The market came back to 1401 Lawrence St. but with a different concept.
The Great Recession wiped out plans for what was to have been Denver's tallest residential tower on the corner of 14th and Lawrence streets, but now the project has been reborn as a 21-story office tower.
Toronto-based developer First Gulf Corp. has plans for a Class AA, 290,000-square-foot office tower with ground-floor retail and 347 parking spaces, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (NGKF) revealed Monday.
"We are very excited about the success of downtown Denver and the positive momentum we see in the LoDo area," said John MacNeil, First Gulf's president. "We are confident 1401 Lawrence's visibility to arriving visitors and easy accessibility for tenants will set a new standard associated with Class AA LEED projects in Denver."
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