Earlier this month, we took a very extensive look at 1144 Fifteenth from multiple perspectives around Downtown Denver. While not much has changed on the tower itself, one element of the project now stands out from the rest, literally. The tower crane was jumped last weekend and is now very visible on the Denver skyline. The last time we saw a crane this high up was when the Four Seasons was under construction.
First, let’s start out with the crane viewed from 13th Avenue and Speer Boulevard, where we recently photographed TriVista Speer, and from around 11th Avenue and Santa Fe.
You can clearly see that the tower crane towers above the Four Seasons. Here are two more perspectives from River North, on Larimer Street, and from the path with the best view up near Speer Boulevard and Zuni.
Of course, a panorama must be taken when presented with such a great view. How many cranes do you see from here? Hint: it’s over 10!
Click here for a very large version of the panorama below.
We have lots of exciting infill coming to you next week. Have a great weekend DenverInfill readers!