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Old Posted Jul 22, 2015, 4:05 AM
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DENVER | 1144 15th St. | 603 FT | 40 FL

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This is great for Denver! However, there is already a thread for this in the proposals section and this is technically not officially under construction until foundation work is starting.
     
     
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This is great for Denver! However, there is already a thread for this in the proposals section and this is technically not officially under construction until foundation work is starting.
That is what is going on in the picture...
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Old Posted Jul 22, 2015, 4:23 AM
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That is what is going on in the picture...
Looks like an excavator and pile drivers for perimeter shoring and excavation, not foundation construction just yet.

The requirement for moving a project to the "construction" sub-forum is rebar/caisson installation and or concrete pour for foundation.

Correct me if I'm wrong and foundation work is underway.
     
     
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Looks like an excavator and pile drivers for perimeter shoring and excavation, not foundation construction just yet.

The requirement for moving a project to the "construction" sub-forum is rebar/caisson installation and or concrete pour for foundation.

Correct me if I'm wrong and foundation work is underway.
It's clearly under construction now (from today 8/16/15):

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Old Posted Oct 1, 2015, 4:38 AM
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On the left is 1144 15th Street. On the right is 1401Lawrence

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The core is at street level.



1401 Lawrence is in the background with the 2010 built Four Seasons to the left.
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Early January. The core is very visible now:

via DenverInfiill / My Photos





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Warm day for pouring concrete onto the project.


Lots of rising of the core in the last couple of months.




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I had no idea this was rising. Cool project for Denver !
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Gorgeous building, glad to see it rising.
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Fukngfinallyyyy A NON FLAT ROOF
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A great new rendering:

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What's the use of the 1-story 50's building in the foreground of that last pic? Looks like a great re-development opportunity to me...
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Oh, that's the Denver branch of the US Federal Reserve. It's an security-hardened building that does not interact with the streetscape at all and is even a little intimidating. It's definitely not a desirable thing to have in a busy pedestrianized shopping and tourism area, but apparently it would be difficult to have it relocated. All these years and nobody has ever proposed anything AFAIK. Still, I'd think a better home for it might be the federal gov. campus on the western side of the city, or out by the airport.
     
     
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Oh, that's the Denver branch of the US Federal Reserve. It's an security-hardened building that does not interact with the streetscape at all and is even a little intimidating. It's definitely not a desirable thing to have in a busy pedestrianized shopping and tourism area, but apparently it would be difficult to have it relocated. All these years and nobody has ever proposed anything AFAIK. Still, I'd think a better home for it might be the federal gov. campus on the western side of the city, or out by the airport.
Don't you guys know that style is US Treasury Brutalist? Take a look at the current Philadelphia Mint from the same era.
     
     
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