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1144 Fifteenth in the background with the recently completed 1401 Lawrence in front:

Is that a waterslide park in the foreground?
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Turned out to be an excellent addition for the skyline.
     
     
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2017, 4:49 PM
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Wow, that's cool

So parents can do stuff downtown and just drop the kids off at the waterpark and then go back and pick them up later. In Vancouver you have to drive miles out of town to get to a waterpark.
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No update in a while, hows this baby lookin? When is the exterior suppose to be complete? Still no go on the crown lighting?
     
     
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Great skyline addition, that glass is first class!

I think that waterside is part of Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, btw.
     
     
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Definitely adds girth to the skyline. Looks pretty good. Is this the new tallest in Denver?
     
     
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Definitely adds girth to the skyline. Looks pretty good. Is this the new tallest in Denver?
No it will be the fifth tallest.
     
     
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Awesome building! Thanks for the picture! I hope Denver gets a new tallest soon, they need it more than any other city.
     
     
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Old Posted Oct 1, 2017, 9:29 AM
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It looks like a close American relative to Calgary's 51 story Eighth Ave Place:



borrowed from: http://ianharding.com

As nice as both buildings are, it's gotta kind of suck for Denverians (Denverites?) to have another city less than half your size build a tower almost a decade earlier and almost 100 feet taller. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery Calgarians must feel pretty good about themselves.
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No, it doesn't suck at all, considering Calgary's citizens' well-being has no bearing on Denver's unprecedented boom.
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