ESIxCity: Denver

Posted August 12, 2020

See how ESI Design has transformed places in Denver into experiences that bring value for commercial real estate clients. From Denver’s largest piece of public art to an AI-driven installation that celebrates local muralists, each experience creates a compelling sense of place. Explore our work through the interactive map, and scroll down to learn more about each project and see before & after images.

Wells Fargo Center 

Commercial Real Estate

Address: 1740 Broadway, Denver, CO 80274

Inside the buildings glass atrium, five 86-foot floor-to-ceiling LED columns make one expansive canvas, creating the effect of looking through slats in a fence to the world beyond. The Denver Post called it the city’s “largest piece of public art” that you can see “glowing from blocks away,” and Luxury Travel Advisor named it as an “Instagram-friendly tourist attraction.” Learn more.

The Hub

Commercial Real Estate

Address: 3601 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205

With colorful interiors, a bold building identity, and media triptych, The Hub’s design celebrates the spirit and style of Denver’s River North Arts District. The Hub Media Experience uses artificial intelligence to apply the “style” of one image to a second, blending images of Denver scenery with the styles of local muralists. Learn more.

Civic Center Plaza

Commercial Real Estate

Address: 1560 Broadway, Denver, CO 80202

You can’t miss the vibrant red portals cementing your arrival at Denver’s Civic Center Plaza, and the building’s role a gateway to the Central Business District. They also highlight the building’s unique architecture, which was designed to provide unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains. Learn more.

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