1700 Broadway - Denver, CO
1700 Broadway Street
± 394,141 sq. ft.
± 0.51 acres
1700 Broadway is a 22 storey, ±394,141 square foot Class A office building centrally located in the Uptown section of Denver’s Central Business District. The building was completed in 1956, and was designed by the world renowned architect I.M. Pei, who is celebrated for such projects as the glass Pyramid at the Louvre in Paris and the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong. Extensively renovated in recent years, the building boasts many amenities including ample parking, a Starbucks, and a conference room. A dramatic 150-foot atrium attaches the building to the Wells Fargo Bank Building, which offers a sundry shop, a Mexican restaurant, a sandwich shop, and a covered outdoor dining facility which provides seating and meeting space for tenants.
1700 Broadway is centrally located in the Uptown section of Denver’s Central Business District, at a five-point intersection which includes such landmarks as the Brown Palace Hotel, Republic Plaza and the World Trade Center. The property is surrounded on all sides by high density residential development, strong commercial fundamentals, and a bustling night life. 1700 Broadway is situated at the corner of Broadway Street and 17th Street, providing tenants with numerous amenity and transportation options at its doorstep. Access to the 16th Street Mall Shuttle, which delivers commuters to both inbound and outbound light rail, is one block away.