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mixed use architecture – blake street

The 1755 Blake Street building is a mixed use project. It is a five-sotry office building combining retail spaces at street level with office space on the remaining four floors.

Using the Lower Downtown Design Guidelines, this project uses contemporary architecture merged with the scale and character of LoDo in Denver.

The shape is simple, maximizing the building area, while pulling the building envelope away from the corner and adjacent buildings so as not to compete with the existing architecture and context.

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Mixed Use Architecture - Blake Street
Mixed Use Architecture - Blake Street Construction
Mixed Use Architecture - Blake Street Lobby

services:

  • Programming
  • Conceptual Design
  • Architectural Services

project information:

  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Built: 2008
  • Contractor: Haseldon

building information:

  • Five-Story
  • 112,724 sq ft
  • LEED Silver
mixed use architecture – blake street

GMH By Design mixed-use projects present the opportunity to enhance the vibrancy of urban life. Our architectural solutions in this context combine the dynamics of evolving economic and social systems with urban place-making.

mixed use architecture – blake street

GMH By Design mixed-use experience includes a wide range of high-density urban projects that combine office, retail/entertainment, residential, hotel and cultural arts programs in various configurations.

mixed use architecture – blake street

Underlying all of the GMH By Design mixed use architecture work is a vision of sustainable urban centers, where diversity of use is embedded within land-use infrastructure, and where contemporary urban life and the natural environment are integrated to influence the experience of architecture.