DENVER (KDVR) — Two buildings are under construction and will become some of the highest in Denver.
However, that’s not saying much. Currently, the tallest building in Denver is the Republic Plaza at 56 stories.
While these won’t be skyscrapers, the buildings will still be part of the Mile High skyline.
One structure will sit at 38 stories and the other will be 32 stories.
Tallest buildings in Denver
- Republic Plaza: 56 floors
- 1801 California St.: 54 floors
- Wells Fargo Center: 50 floors
- Four Seasons Hotel Denver: 45 floors
- 1999 Broadway: 43 floors
- 1144 Fifteenth: 42 floors
- 707 17th St.: 42 floors
- 555 17th St.: 40 floors
- Spire Condos: 38 floors
- Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center: 37 floors
The 38-floor building will be in the top 10 highest buildings in Denver, while the 32-story building will sit close by.
These two buildings will be a mixed-use condominium development.
It will be the largest condominium development in Denver since 2009, according to Amacon, but they are more than just condos. There will also be commercial and retail space in the new developments.
You can find these buildings at the crossroads of 18th and Glenarm, but they’re not done yet. Construction started in the spring of 2022, and the buildings aren’t expected to be finished until 2025.