Manhattan developer plans to build Denver’s first supertall skyscraper

Six Fifty 17 will be a 90-story mixed-use skyscraper with 248 luxury condos

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Sep.September 30, 2017 01:58 PM

Plans for Denver’s tallest tower, slated to stand 1,000 feet high, were released last week. (Six Fifty 17)

Looks like New York’s supertall boom is heading west.

Greenwich Capital’s plans for Denver’s tallest tower, slated to stand 1,000 feet high, were unveiled last week. The 90-story building, known as Six Fifty 17, would be the tallest building in the city. The project, designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, would offer residents of its 248 condos a number of luxuries now standard in the city’s glitziest projects. The building would feature a boutique hotel, a custom climbing gym, a bowling alley, multiple pools, and 22,000 square feet of retail space out of its estimated total area of 1 million square feet.

Michael Ursini, managing partner of the Manhattan-based developer, told the Denver Post the project would cost about $400 million to build. The skyscraper has yet to undergo local approvals, however Ursini said they were “100 percent going forward.” [Curbed] — E.K. Hudson


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