What a difference two buildings make:
I've been waiting to see this particular update for some time now. Way to satisfy my hunger!
I am absolutely loving the construction on this street! Thanks for such great pics. Any news on when the civic center page will be updated?
The Spire looks dead sexy from the west…
Awesome. Thank you Ken!
Can you imagine if 1401 Lawrence was a part of these pictures…
Seeing these two fantastic towers rise in our city in and of itself is awesome. Seeing them continue to rise in the midst of the global economic woes is inspirational – it shows just how resilient our city has become, even in the face of such adverse conditions. Go Denver!
Cool thanks… any photos or cams to check out the new Embassy Suites?
Keep them Risin' and hopefully we'll see another one go up on Speer Blvd and Market Street!! I love to watch these things rise!
absolutely! even though the four seasons isnt extraordinary, it will bring a great, new presence to the skyline.
I think the Four Seasons IS extraordinary. $350 million put into design and architectural features never yet seen before in Denver.
Yo! I found a webcam for the four seasons!
If you think these buildings are stellar, just check out the new tin shed Alvarado Construction just built on the corner of 13th & Santa Fe. Not a single window on the building – it screams grafitti magnet and it really adds to the architectural qualities of Santa Fe!
The Spire is really going to look dead sexy from the west; at night when it's lit up. It will look really awesome.
Anyone seeing the new 9 or 10 story tower thats going up on the west side of Kalamath? Its about 1/4 mile below 6th Avenue, just south of the light rail bridge. Does anyone have any info about what that building is? Its easily seen from I-25, I think its condos.
Is there a lot of construction still going in Denver? Is what I see mostly project that have been going for a while. How are the new condo sale? We have slowed down dramtically in Bergen County New Jersey. Prices are holding a cap on everything.