Two Architecture Firms Show Hope for Downtown Denver, Moving into New Offices

At a time businesses are shrinking their downtown footprint, these companies are wanting to be a part of the revitalization.

In a sign of optimism for Denver’s struggling downtown, two architecture firms announced this week they moved into their new offices within the city center.

Gresham Smith, a Nashville company specializing in architecture, engineering, design and consulting, announced Monday it moved into its new Denver base inside Park Central tower at 1515 Arapahoe Street. The second architecture firm, Montana-based Cushing Terrell, opened its office at the Atrium Campus at 1700 Broadway.

Both companies said they wanted to open in downtown as a commitment to revitalizing the area that saw office vacancies soar higher than 30% after the pandemic.

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