Brooks Tower

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Brooks Tower
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General information
TypeCondominiums
Location1020 15th Street
Denver, Colorado
United States
Coordinates39°44′47.93″N 104°59′47.29″W / 39.7466472°N 104.9964694°W / 39.7466472; -104.9964694Coordinates: 39°44′47.93″N 104°59′47.29″W / 39.7466472°N 104.9964694°W / 39.7466472; -104.9964694
Completed1968
OwnerVarious
Height420 ft (130 m)
Technical details
Floor count42

The Brooks Tower is a 42 story residential building in downtown Denver, Colorado, United States. At the time of its construction in 1968, it was the tallest building in Denver, standing 420 feet (130 m). In 2010, it is the thirteenth-largest building in Denver. It was also Denver's first high-rise residential building. Brooks Tower was converted to condominiums in the 1990s.

Today it provides housing for business people and families. Located in downtown Denver the location of Brooks Tower provides easy walking access to all accommodations one may need. In addition, a convenience store is open 24/7 to residents and the building has secured entry.

References[edit]

  • National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form (PDF). Colorado Historical Society. Retrieved on 2008-04-28.
  • Brooks Towers. Emporis Research. Retrieved on 2008-04-28.
  • John Rebchook (May 25, 1995). "Downtown's Brooks Towers Going Condo Conversion Largest in Denver's History". Rocky Mountain News.[page needed]
Preceded by
621 17th Street
Tallest Building in Denver
1968—1974
128m
Succeeded by
633 17th Street