16th Street Mall, Denver, CO
The historic Masonic Building is located on the 16th Street Pedestrian Mall in downtown Denver, immediately across the Mall from the Denver Pavilions retail complex. The iconic building was originally designed by Frank Edbrooke, one of the most esteemed architects of the late 19th Century, and is one of only three of the many buildings he designed still standing, along with the Brown Palace and Oxford Hotels. The structure was constructed by members of the Masonic Temple Association in 1889, and the Association still occupies the 4th and 5th floors of the project. The 9-story, 88,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail building has been repositioned to appeal to businesses looking for “collaborative” space within an eclectic environment in order to better attract and retain Millennial-generation employees. Located one block from light rail, with strong nearby amenities and transportation access to the entire metro Denver area, this Historic-registered jewel is now in position to thrive for the next generation and beyond.