3rd and Josephine

This nine-story, mixed-use office building on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Josephine Street is in the heart of Denver’s affluent Cherry Creek District.

Location:
Denver, Colorado
Owner:
Elevation Development Group
Architect:
Open Studio Architecture

70,000

Total Square Feet

Mixed-Use Sophistication

The Big Picture

This sophisticated and attractive mixed-use building was a zero-lot-line project, sandwiched between the Moxy Hotel and the Halcyon Hotel on one of the busiest corners in Cherry Creek. It features five floors (53,785 square feet) of Class AA office space, retail at ground level (10,780 square feet), and three levels of subgrade parking. Safe and successful completion required careful logistics planning and rerouting/managing vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Ingenuity in Action

GE Johnson worked with a structural engineer to modify the steel reinforcement design for the concrete cores. This allowed the team to accelerate construction of the cores ahead of the concrete columns and decks and ultimately reduced a month off the schedule, with early installation of stairs and elevator hoist beams. 

200
Safe work days without an injury
53700 +
Square feet of Class AA office space
The little details
  • The project involved underpinning the adjacent Moxy Hotel foundation during deep excavation with a combination of anchored micropiles and soldier beam/lagging walls.
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