Construction of the skinniest infill building in Downtown Denver is complete. SugarSquare, the 25-foot wide four-story office project near 16th and Wazee Street, still has interior tenant improvements in progress but the exterior of the glass-and-steel structure is finished and looking great.
Designed by Semple Brown and developed by Urban Villages, SugarSquare adds a little more than 10,000 square feet of office space to its parent, the historic Sugar Building. Across the alley is SugarSquare’s older sibling from 2008, SugarCube.
Let’s take a final look at SugarSquare:
From John J. Murphy’s Blacksmith Shop to a vacant lot for about 90 years and now to modern office space… the evolution of Lower Downtown continues. Welcome SugarSquare!