In the past month the Ralph Carr Judicial Complex has made noticeable progress.
The steel structure has now covered the elevator core and appears to almost be topped out.
The shorter portion of this project is now 3 stories up out of the total 4 it’s going to be.
The day before I took these pictures they were working on the external elevator.
On this little corner, you can see the type of material they are going to be using on the outside of the building. So far it looks like the base of the building will be different than the rest.
The street presence of this building is significant. This is looking down Broadway from 14th Street.
Back in March Ken posted an article on DenverUrbanism about The New Visual Terminus for 14th Street. Just with the steel skeleton of the complex, it creates an impressive view of the building at a 45 degree angle.
This is one of the larger projects that are going on around downtown right now. I’m impressed by how fast this building has been growing over the past couple months and how much of an impact it has on the Civic Center District.