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The Art Hotel Breaks Ground in Denver

November 14, 2013 at 9:53 AM | by | ()

Anyone who has been paying attention knows that Denver is one of the most developing cities in the country when it comes to its downtown, slowly but surely transitioning over the past decade from a mountain town to a legit metropolitan area.

The latest chatter to come out of the Mile High City is last week's ground breaking of the Art Hotel, one of four new hotels to open in 2014 (the other three are the Marriott Renaissance in the Colorado National Bank Building, the Union Station Hotel, and the Aloft Downtown Denver). The first three floors of the nine-story building will be office space, and guests will check in via iPads on the fourth floor.

The reason it's called the Art Hotel is somewhat related to the fact that the interior decorating will be focused on modern art, but mostly because it will be across the street from the new $120 million Colorado History Museum and next to the Denver Art Museum in an area known as the Golden Triangle, or the Museum District.

We're excited to see the growth occurring in Denver as it continues to develop a city buzz to go along with its proximity to the Rocky Mountains. In a few more years, this town could truly be a living, breathing example of what it means to have the best of both worlds.

[Rendering: Corporex Colorado]

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