Downtown Denver’s Four Seasons, in this photo from last weekend, was up to floor 44. It looks like today they are pouring the concrete for floor 45, the topmost floor. But don’t count that as a topping off yet! After floor 45 is finished, the Four Seasons has 117 more feet of building to go. Floor 45 sits approximately 524 feet above the street. On top of that is a crown of 42 feet and then a 75-foot spire, for a total height of approximately 641 feet above the ground, making it Denver’s fourth tallest building. (Denver’s third tallest, the Wells Fargo “cash register” building, tops off at 698 feet above grade.)

So what’s your prediction for the date the spire will be hoisted into place, officially topping the building off? My guess is September 5, my birthday.