Green. LEED. Renovation. Architecture. It’s the Good Building. In Denver. Cool. ~ Dalton Bogel.

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on Aug 5, 2009
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This is the kind of architecture we here at elephant love to see. Modern—yet reusing, and updating, existing buildings with a history that can’t be duplicated. Stylish. Eco-Responsible. Innovative. Love it!  ~ ed.

leed denver good building larimer

I work for Focus Property Group. We are redeveloping a LEED (U.S. Green Building Council) certified core and shell creative office space building in the RINO neighborhood district, next to downtown Denver.

The building is the first of its kind in the RINO district. The building will be called the “Good” building. We hired local RINO artists to paint the side of the building a bright yellow with the word “GOOD” in big blue block letters. 3330 Larimer will be a clean, positive place to work. The building will produce on-site energy through 65 solar photo voltaic panels, along with taking advantage of sustainable building materials.

The space is ideal for creative artists looking to lease space in the neighborhood. Construction will be completed the middle of September! ~ Dalton Bogel.

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