Generally we don’t track adaptive reuse or renovation projects on DenverInfill but every once in a while a prominent building is renovated to such a degree that it becomes like an entirely new building. This is one of those situations.
The existing building features a mostly opaque facade, not especially appealing to today’s office market. The proposed renovation will remove the existing facade from the entire building and reskin the structure with a new glass curtain wall. The interior will be fully remodeled with new building systems and technology, and new tenant amenities like a rooftop terrace, fitness center, and conference space will be added. A small number of vehicle parking stalls will be included on the ground floor near the alley that will utilize robotic lift parking infrastructure. The ground floor will also include an expanded lobby with a bar/lounge and café. The end result will be 223,000 square feet of space comparable to ground-up new construction.
Gensler, the architecture firm handling the redesign, has provided us with this newly updated rendering of what 930 15th Street will look like upon completion.