"For me, Museum Residences is a unique opportunity. I consider the challenge of designing for downtown Denver, one of the most vibrant cities in this country, to be one of the highest honors bestowed upon any architect."

                –Daniel Libeskind

        "The Museum Residences will surround the parking structure to create a totally cohesive urban environment that will connect downtown Denver with the burgeoning Golden Triangle area south of the museum...."

                –Brit K. Probst, Principal, Davis Partnership

“Spectacular views!”

“We enjoy the Hospitality Suite on the Rooftop Deck.”

 

 

 

 

 


Museum Residences resonates with Daniel Libeskind's vision. With its angled geometry and broad expanses of metallics and coated glass, Museum Residences resonates with Daniel Libeskind's vision and mirrors the architecture seen directly across the plaza in Libeskind's Frederic C. Hamilton Building.

Indoors, "gallery-inspired living" is an amalgam of what you'd expect from the finest residences, blended with novel spaces and finishes for the owner wanting to entertain and to display art. Fifty-five magnificent plans range in size from 756 square feet to a few terrace penthouses as large as 4,500 square feet. Expect gallery-inspired finishes and choices of fixtures and hardware that exceed contemporary standards of luxury.

 

Studio Daniel Libeskind
  Known for his bold vision for re-creating the World Trade Center, Daniel Libeskind is one of the world's leading architects and among its most influential thinkers. Libeskind's highly acclaimed works include the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Bremen Philharmonic Hall, the Spiral Extension to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the Imperial War Museum in Manchester. The Frederic C. Hamilton Building will be the first Libeskind-designed structure completed in the United States.
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Davis Partnership P.C.   Davis Partnership P.C., founded in 1967, continues an architectural practice that traces its roots to 1892 and to some of Denver's most prominent landmarks. The firm's scope of work includes master planning, landscape architecture, interior design and tenant development.
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A Joint venture between:

Corporex Coloardo LLC
  Corporex Colorado LLC, Rocky Mountain subsidiary of The Corporex  Family of Companies, with holdings that include Commonwealth Hotels  and Five Seasons Country Clubs.

Mile High Development
Mile High Development LLC, decades of experience  participating in landmark projects that include Colorado  Center in southeast Denver, Lakewood City
Commons, the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, and University Physicians building at the Fitzsimons medical complex.

Financing and Contractor:

Compass Bank
 
Milender White Construction Co.
Compass Bank
 
Milender White Construction Company
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