Plans Submitted For a New, 81 Story Skyscraper in Denver

Greenwich Realty Capital, a Real Estate Investment firm based in New York City, has submitted site plans with the city of Denver for the development of an 81-story, $371 million residential and hotel high-rise in the downtown area.

The 705,045-square-foot building will have a lobby space and a restaurant/bar that will occupy the first two floors, just beneath 10 stories of parking to hold 780 cars. The hotel spans 12 floors with a lobby, banquet hall, meeting spaces, a spa and fitness center, and an outdoor pool terrace. The top of the building features 44 floors of residential units and eight floors of penthouse residences.

Their website Six Fifty 17 says residents of the space will enjoy “the most breathtaking views available in Denver but also an unprecedented collection of amenities, including sauna and steam rooms, a half-court basketball court, a bowling alley, and a game lounge with a pool table, foosball, and shuffleboard. Children will enjoy a playroom with a custom climbing gym. Bicycle storage, pet grooming, daycare, art consultation, and butler service are among many other planned offerings.”

“It’s progressive and designed to go along with how the city is being built,” says Michael Ursini, a developer of Greenwich Realty Capital. “We wanted to have a really iconic structure, and we think we nailed it with this design.”[1]

[1] http://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/02/19/skyscraper-denver-greenwich-realty/

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