Over the past year, Epstein's architects have been working on the design of an exciting new project, Two Tabor, a 33-story high-rise office building located in Denver, Colorado. The results of which can be seen in the video provided here as well as the renderings below.
Two Tabor's full-block site is bordered by Larimer, Lawrence, 16th and 17th streets and is a component of an urban development that was initially constructed in the mid-1980s. At that time, a master plan was developed that included two office towers, retail space and hotel. The initial construction in 1987 included the hotel, the retail component and one of the office towers, which was subsequently named One Tabor.
Two Tabor is planned to offer 800,000 square feet of core and shell office building with retail spaces at grade level. The parking, loading, mechanical and electrical space, and back-of-house spaces are existing in the One Tabor's below-grade levels. Two Tabor's ground floor will include the building lobby and retail spaces. This tower will rise 33 floors from the plaza, and features a lower level two-story mechanical space as well as roof-top mechanical deck.
The site development for Two Tabor includes re-installation of sidewalks, paving at the 17th Street recessed retail and lobby spaces and modifications to the Tabor Center Plaza.
In addition to our architectural design services, Epstein is also serving as the MEP/FP engineer and structural engineer.