Market Center, is a collection of 5 brick and timber buildings built in the early 1880s. The original building uses reflect a time long past, including the Liebhardt-Lindner Building at 1624 Market Street to 1330 17th Street built originally for commercial use and converted into a hotel in the 1890s. • Reborn in the early 1980s through a thorough renovation to office and retail uses, the multiple structures function as one continuous building from the brick-paved promenade at ground level. • Located in the Lower Downtown (LoDo) historic district adjacent to Denver’s Central Business District (CBD), the buildings are adjacent to bus, light rail and bike share) with high walkability to other CBD office and services. • On-Site Management & Maintainance • Building Conference Room & Bike Storage It should be noted there is 36,000 square feet of retail; 30,000 square feet at street level and 6,000 square feet of walk-down daylight space.
|10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications, LLC|
|10 Gb/s: Zayo Enterprise Networks, LLC|
|25 Mb/s: Comcast|
|50 Mb/s: LiveWire Networks, Inc.|
|50 Mb/s: MegaPath Corporation|
|25 Mb/s: Integra Telecom|
|1.5 Mb/s: CenturyLink|
|3 Mb/s: Microtech-tel|
|3 Mb/s: XO Communications Services, Inc. (Affiliated Entity)|
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