In an age of value engineering and constant pressure to gravitate to the lowest common denominator, it is a rare opportunity to be a part ofthe extraordinary. Architecture is critical to the culture of a business. Art is critical to the imagination of your people. When your business resides in the vortex of world-renowned architecture and art, the imagination of your people can innovate the business culture in ways that define extraordinary organizations.
The Museum Center is such a place. With project contributions from world-renowned architects like Italian architect Gio Ponti, Michael Graves and Daniel Libeskind, The Denver Art Museum complex is both a multi-use masterpiece as well as a cultural icon for millions of people in the Rocky Mountain West
A local firm, Davis Partnership Architects, designed the final components including the Museum Center Office Project and the Art, a hotel to round out the development. The Denver Art Museum, together with the Museum Residences, housing some of Denver’s greatest thought leaders, were completed in 2006. With the addition of the Art, a 165 room luxury, boutique hotel and the Museum Center Office Project, the entire project will be completed in late 2014.
UNIQUE BRANDING AND IDENTITY
The opportunity to create brand awareness with over 300 feet of modern, exciting glass line along one of Denver’s most traveled and revitalized arterials – Broadway – is unparalleled in this city. Whether through the interior mural wall on the north end cap or exterior signage or creative lighting technology or all of the above, no other location in the CBD provides frequency or demographic diversity that can be attained at 13th and Broadway.
The newly completed History Colorado Center is a tremendous draw not only for the historical preservation programs but more importantly for the 60,000 square feet of state-of-the-art convention and meeting space the complex offers. Multiple business, government, non-profit and association meetings flock to this facility hosting tens of thousands of visitors in addition to private parties, weddings, and club events.
This convention facility has much of the same allure as the Art Museum itself. Just north, the newly constructed, state-of-the-art, Ralph Carr Judicial Center houses the Colorado Supreme Court, the Attorney General’s office and the appellate courts making this facility a frequent destination for Colorado’s leading attorneys, business leaders and the highest order of judicial professionals. Just south of the project on Broadway is one of Denver’s most eclectic urban districts with multiple creative disciplines including architecture, media broadcasting, publishing, arts and design, entertainment and multi-class residential development.
Few locations in the City provide a better mix of quick and multi- directional passenger vehicle access with free mass-transit shuttle access via the new Downtown Circulator line connecting this site with all of the CBD and multiple light-rail and regional express bus service routes.
One of the reasons all of the regional television broadcast studios are located in this area is the ease of travel to all corners of the front range metro market. Source by . The Museum Center + Art Hotel is expected to open sometime in March. Source by