A nearly 50 year-old structure in the Capitol Hill section of Denver is slated to receive a significant upgrade and renovation later this spring.
The structure at 777 Grant Street near the corner of 8th Avenue has for decades served as office space to a variety of public agencies and non-profits, including the Denver Housing Authority.
In December the Denver-based LCP Development purchased the 66,000 square foot building for $9 million with plans to reconfigure much of its existing interior space.
According to plans announced by LCP, which is primarily involved with infill development projects as well as property management, the six-story building will see the building out of first floor boardroom and conference room space.
Ultimately, the first floor will end up with around 5,100 square feet of office space; 2,700 square feet of restaurant space; and 2,000 square feet of retail space.
Plans also call for floor to ceiling glass walls on the south and north sides of the structure, with an expansion of all of the windows on the structure’s other two sides.
Work on the project will not begin until the Denver Housing Authority has moved out of the building several months from now.
By Garry Boulard
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