City Center

  • Category
    Landscape Architecture
  • Size
    75,000 s.f.
  • Complete
  • Location
    Denver, Colorado

Landscape architecture enhances urban revitalization

This full city block redevelopment project in the heart of Denver’s financial district represents the revitalization of two of the city’s most prestigious addresses: 717 Seventeenth Street (the Johns Manville Building) and 707 Seventeenth Street (the Denver Marriott City Center hotel and office building). The renovation of the existing City Center plaza enlarges the aesthetic and commercial potential of this space - a sector of pedestrian friendly assets that build upon the concept of the urban oasis that interconnects them. Located between two light rail lines, the entire ground floor of the 717 Seventeenth Street property is designed to encourage incremental renovations of the street’s expansive storefronts.  Features such as glass canopies, retail signage, outdoor seating areas, and sophisticated entry portals attract shoppers and restaurant patrons. Tenants in the office towers are further served by a new through-lobby that enhances the identity of the office building and connects the project to the Stout Street Light Rail station. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Planning
  • Mixed Use
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Hospitality
  • Architecture

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