New Project: 15th and Stout Hotel

A new dual-brand hotel project has recently broken ground in Denver’s Central Business District.

According to site development documents on file with the city, the new project at 801 15th Street will rise 21 stories and will include approximately 382 guest rooms. Construction began on the site—a surface parking lot—about a month ago. Here’s a Google Earth aerial with the site outlined, along with a couple of site photos from earlier this month:

15th and Stout hotel site, base aerial courtesy of Google Earth
Start of construction activities at 15th and Stout Hotel site
Start of construction activities at 15th and Stout Hotel site

Preliminary plans on file with the city describe the tower as having: one basement level with various building and guest services; a ground floor with the main guest lobby and lounge; floors 2-6 with vehicle parking; floor 7 with pre-function and meeting space and some guest rooms, and the remaining guest rooms on floors 8-21. The first seven floors comprise the building’s podium that will cover the 15,625-square foot lot. From the eighth floor and above, the floor plates will be L-shaped with one wing aligned along 15th and the other along Stout. Parking access and the porte cochère entry will be from 15th Street with the exit via the alley.

An official announcement by the development team with renderings and other project details should be forthcoming in 2018. Meanwhile, we can celebrate the eradication of another surface parking lot from Downtown Denver!

By | 2017-12-28T13:01:18+00:00 December 28, 2017|Categories: Central Downtown, Infill, Lodging|Tags: |6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. asdgadg December 28, 2017 at 12:11 pm

    Very cool. Should be a nice compliment to the Spire just across the street. And it’s a legit surface parking infill project, to boot!

  2. James December 29, 2017 at 10:20 am

    What an improvement it well be
    Any news on Brookfields Office Tower on 15th and Tremont 35 stories
    This and the 162 Block redevelopment will sure in prove 15th St.

  3. Benit January 6, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    Is there any word on plans for the lot at 14th and Stout ? From that arial shot, it looks like an ideal spot.

  4. mckillio January 10, 2018 at 12:29 pm

    As a walker, biker, and driver (in that order), the development along 15th is getting really tiresome. It’s such a head ache to try and traverse 15th, with any form of transportation. The city really needs to pass laws that keep sidewalks and bike lanes open, they would get moved over with concrete barriers.

    Also, after looking at all of the development in CC and the multiple articles of the impact on residents, business, and consumers alike, I think government has the responsibility to limit the amount of development in an area at any one time.

  5. Concierge Robert January 30, 2018 at 12:17 pm

    15th Street used to be “Downtown’s Back Alley” it’s nice to see it cleaned up and used. Remember the 15th Street Tavern?

  6. Bill H February 9, 2018 at 11:04 am

    Yes, the 15th Street Tavern was great, in an historic bank building — now a surface parking lot with a few planters as decoration. I guess it was too close to the Hyatt to survive.

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