A Denver-based bank with nearly forty branches across the state has announced plans to build a nearly 100,000 square foot headquarters building in Colorado’s largest city.
Vectra Bank, which also has a branch office in Farmington, New Mexico, says it wants to build the new structure on a currently unoccupied site at the southwest corner of S. Quebec Street and Layton Avenue in Denver.
That less than an acre site is located in an area of new multi-story office development around 10 miles to the southeast of downtown Denver.
Vectra will be purchasing the land from the Front Range Land and Development Company of Glendale.
As designed by the Denver-based Open Studio Architecture, the new nine-story building will include around 5,000 square feet of banking space for Vectra on the ground floor, along with an additional 5,400 square feet of retail space.
Parking space for 365 vehicles will be provided on the building’s second to fifth floors.
Vectra’s headquarters has been located at 2000 S. Colorado Boulevard in the Colorado Station since about 2005.
A construction schedule for the project has not yet been announced.
By Garry Boulard
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