Topping Out: First All-Glass Building in Cherry Creek
DENVER – Last week, Haselden Construction and BMC Investments celebrated the topping out of Financial House located at 2nd and Detroit in Cherry Creek. The 70,000-square-foot 8-story office space will be the first all-glass office building in Cherry Creek North, and will also be home to 5,000 square feet of retail.
“This project has gone extremely smoothly,” said Haselden Project Manager Zach Belsey. “That demonstrates how much hard work has gone into it.”
4240 Architecture has designed a space that will offer tenants a modern, luxury office building that reflects the unique, refined style of Cherry Creek, and offers an activated streetscape with a public courtyard. The building lobby and courtyard are designed by award winning interior designer, Avroko, and have the look and feel of a hotel lobby instead of a traditional office lobby. The lobby and courtyard are also ideal for social gatherings with a folding glass wall that connects the two spaces. The building’s four-sided glass curtain wall will put Cherry Creek’s dynamic location on display with panoramic views in every direction.
“We are excited to celebrate the progress that we’ve made to date at 2nd and Detroit with our partners, Bow River Capital, Haselden Construction, and 4240 Architecture,” said Matt Joblon, CEO of BMC Investments. “With its location on one of the prime corners in Cherry Creek North and its unique glass curtain wall design, this building will not only be an enduring asset for the community, but will also set a new bar for commercial real estate in the area.”
The project is slated for completion in early 2019.