For over 50 years, Hines has consistently created projects of the highest quality, aesthetic relevance and enduring value for investors, tenants and local communities. Working with world-renowned architects, Hines has redefined the way developers interact with and treat architecture, promoting a balance between function, beauty and sustainability and reshaping skylines around the world. Designed by HOK Architects, 1601 Wewatta will carry on that tradition and present an office building unlike any that Denver has ever seen.
Located in the heart of Denver’s burgeoning Central Platte Valley district, 1601 Wewatta’s unparalled location is bounded by the 16th Street Mall, the new Union Street 17th Street Transit Mall, the new Downtown Denver Bus Terminal, and Wewatta and Chestnut Streets. 1601 Wewatta is immediately adjacent to Union Station, the $480 million federally-funded public/private partnership project that his transforming Union Station into Denver’s premier multi-modal hub for light rail, commuter rail and bus transit. Upon completion in the spring of 2014, an estimated 100,000 people will pass through Union Station every day. In addition to its strategic location in the center of Denver’s largest transportation gateway, 1601 Wewatta offers instant access to the Highlands Neighborhood, Riverfront Park, Confluence Park, and countless amenities within the Lower Downtown district.
This combination of world-class architectural design, functionality, prime location and immediate access to transit will set 1601 Wewatta’s tenants apart from their peers in an environment that will be at the cutting-edge forefront of true modern-day office space.