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Republic Plaza in Denver, Colorado
Country: Colorado, United States
Address: 370 17th Street, Denver
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Completed: 1984 year
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Floor count: 56 floors
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Design and construction
Style: postmodern, international
Building Uses: office
The tallest building in Denver and Colorado
Republic Plaza (Denver)
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and built of reinforced concrete clad in Sardinian granite, Republic Plaza includes 1,200,000 square feet (110,000 m2) of office space, and three retail levels containing shops, restaurants, and service businesses. The building has a 3-story marble lobby that features a quarterly "Art in Public Places" program of Colorado and regional artists.
To celebrate the home team's first World Series, downtown's Republic Plaza will be backlit in purple with giant white letters "C" and "R" on the top 20 stories of the structure, starting at dusk, on Saturday night.
On October 27, 2007, the building's top 20 stories were lit in purple with giant white letters "C" and "R" to celebrate the Colorado Rockies' World Series debut.
Polished Sardinian granite on facade with windows flushed-mounted in uniform trimmed with narrow bands of aluminum grid.
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