It has been almost exactly six years since we have mentioned anything about Callahan Capital Partner’s Two Tabor Center project. This project was last proposed before the economic recession in 2008 (with previous iterations going back to the 1980s) but it never made it out of the ground. At the time, Two Tabor Center was proposed as a 43-story, 840,000 square foot office tower.
Today we have some potentially exciting news on the project. Two Tabor Center has a new, updated design! These renderings do come with a disclaimer: they were obtained from the Davis Partnership website and we have no information as far as a construction schedule or how active this proposal may be. The new tower design features a 31-story tower that would rise 420 feet and provide Central Downtown with 700,000 square feet of office space.
Here is an additional rendering of Two Tabor Center’s roofline. This is far from just another glassy box and will be a nice refreshing design on our skyline!
As of today, there hasn’t been a development application submitted to the city. However, with new designs, there is hope that Two Tabor Center could be coming back as an active proposal! What an excellent addition to Downtown Denver if it does!