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30-Story Office Tower Planned for 1901 Arapahoe Street

Back in January, Chicago-based Riverside Investment and Development Company and architecture firm Goettsch Partners, submitted concept plans for a 30-story, 700,000-square-foot office tower on a 1.26-acre lot at 1901 Arapahoe St. in downtown Denver. Those plans have been updated in light of Covid-19. Newly named 1900 Lawrence, the office project is slated to include approximately 9,500 square feet of ground floor retail and 630 parking spaces, according to plans submitted to the city, which are yet to be approved. Paradise Investment Properties LLC is the current owner of the site, which is valued at approximately $27.5 million.

A rendering of the Lounge/Prefunction area

1900 Lawrence will be designed with the health of its occupants in mind. Riverside is utilizing cutting-edge technology to evaluate, regulate and optimize the indoor environment. Anchored on established research and thought leadership, the 1900 Lawrence infrastructure program has been designed to maximize occupant health, mitigate risk related to harmful environmental factors, and enhance tenant operational efficiency.

The developer is targeting minimum fresh-air rates that exceed local code minimums by more than 330 percent, according to the projects website. In addition, the building will utilize secondary air purification systems which target viral and bacterial pathogens, the most advanced commercial filtration system on the market, active control of relative humidity conditions, the most advanced elevator technology available, as well as indoor air quality and pollutant measurement.

Amenities will include 11 private terraces, including a seventh-floor 3,995-square-foot terrace, a 6,337-square-foot fitness center, as well as a 2,750-square-foot conference room with a divisible main room and two smaller board rooms.

Delivery is scheduled for Q2 2023.

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