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Towering Skyscraper Could Reach New Heights

A rendering of the proposed building

A Manhattan developer wants to bring a massive skyscraper to downtown Denver, which would become the city’s tallest building and tower over the skyline.

Greenwich Realty Capital’s proposal details the 90-story, 1-million-square-foot building, located in the heart of the business district. The mixed-use high-rise, Six Fifty 17, would have 284 luxury condos, a hotel, retail space and 500 parking spots. At 1,000 feet tall, the building would be 286 feet taller than Republic Plaza, which measures 714 feet.

For now, the project remains in the design stage. No formal plans have been submitted.

– Leah Steinberg, The 100 Companies

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