To wrap up our 1401 Lawrence series, we are going explore the amazing views this project offers. On this tour, DenverInfill was able to get up to the 19th floor; thanks again to Matt Archuletta of Beck. For the full 1401 Lawrence experience, make sure you check out our exterior and interior posts as well.
As a reminder, all of the photos on each of our posts have high-resolution counterparts. Click each photo to see the high-resolution version!
Now for the views. Looking southwest, you have a great, unobstructed view of the mountain skyline with the Auraria campus in the foreground.
You also get great views of both the Pepsi Center and Mile High Stadium.
Moving to the northwest side, there is a great view looking down on Larimer Square. We have always seen 1401 Lawrence from Larimer Square, so it’s nice looking back at it.
Tilting up, you are greeted with stunning views of both LoDo and Denver Union Station.
With the separation between Central Downtown and Lower Downtown, Union Station has its own distinct skyline, which is still in the making.
The northwest view will forever be changed in the next year with the 34-story Confluence tower going up where the two white tower cranes are.
Moving right along, here are Central Downtown views to the northeast. This is another view that will change over the next year with 1144 Fifteenth going up across the street.
Finally, we have the southeast views looking down 14th Street. Even with the 45-story Four Seasons next door, you still get a great view of the Convention Center and the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
No views from the infill post are complete without a couple of panoramas. Here is one looking southwest. Make sure you click both of the photos for a high resolution experience.
And another looking at LoDo and Union Station from the northwest. Thanks to Ken for this wonderful photo.
That wraps up our three-part series on 1401 Lawrence. Have a great weekend DenverInfill readers!
Edit – March 14th, 2016 – 8:30AM:
Elizabeth W. sent us this wonderful, unique side of 1401 Lawrence. It gives us a great view of the aluminium and glass facade.