Galvanize 2.0 Update #2

Galvanize 2.0, the 4-story, 76,000 square foot project with office and ground-floor restaurant/retail uses located on historic Platte Street in Lower Highland is under construction! Here’s a view from last weekend:

For renderings and additional details on the project, visit our Update #1.

That’s all—just a quick post to keep you up to speed on all the city-building going on in Downtown Denver!

By | 2016-12-04T12:29:41+00:00 March 14, 2014|Categories: Highland, Infill, Office, Urban Form, Urbanism|Tags: |4 Comments


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  2. Jeffrey March 16, 2014 at 4:45 pm

    I find it hard to get excited about his project. It doesn’t really fit in with the surrounding buildings, but I am happy to see the riverfront get some attention.

  3. Tony Usaj March 17, 2014 at 9:15 am

    If we could re-purpose the Concrete fortress to the north of this building, that would be another step in the right direction. Also, is Platte St. considered Lower Highlands?

    • Ken Schroeppel March 17, 2014 at 11:05 am

      The Platte River has always been the historic boundary for the Highlands: Town of Highland in 1859 and, later, the Town of Highlands in 1885, and the City of Denver’s official Statistical Neighborhoods today; although, oddly, the Highland United Neighbors, Inc. (HUNI) set their eastern boundary as I-25.

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