To start off the new year, it’s time once again to reexamine the future skyline of Denver. Following the Downtown Residential and Non-Residential updates, this map is updated to reflect the data from these posts. For more details about the 3D Future Skyline, head on over to our About the 3D Future Skyline page.
The buildings have been color coded to match our DenverInfill Project Map, where yellow is residential, orange is office, red is hotel, and blue is civic/other. Mixed use is indicated by combinations of these colors. Completed buildings that Google has not yet added their own models are colored gray.
650 17th Street has been proposed since our last skyline update. Because it would be Denver’s new tallest, lets begin by taking a look how it would impact the skyline from various locations around the city. The four images below look at the tower from above 15th and Blake Street, the Museum of Nature and Science at City Park, Union Station, and I-25 at Broadway.
Moving on, here are two overviews of central downtown. Especially impactful is the Colorado Rockies Mixed Use Project, which would take over an entire block of surface parking.
Then onto LoHi, the Golden Triangle, Arapahoe Square w/ South RiNo, and Northern RiNo:
Finally, we will wrap with Cherry Creek:
Denver had a lot new proposals and groundbreakings in 2017. Here’s to continued infill progress in 2018!