Denver World Trade Center

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Denver World Trade Center
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General information
Status Complete
Location 1625 Broadway (I), 1675 Broadway (II), Denver, Colorado
Coordinates 39°44′32″N 104°59′16″W / 39.74222°N 104.98778°W / 39.74222; -104.98778Coordinates: 39°44′32″N 104°59′16″W / 39.74222°N 104.98778°W / 39.74222; -104.98778
Completed 1979
Owner Rosemont Realty Inc
Height
Roof 99 m (325 ft) (I), 109 m (358 ft) (II)
Technical details
Floor count 28 (I), 29 (II)
Design and construction
Architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP

Denver World Trade Center is an office complex in Denver, Colorado. It consists of Denver World Trade Center I and II. Both buildings are owned by Rosemont Realty Inc. [1]

Denver World Trade Center I is 99 m (325 ft) tall and was completed in 1979 at 1625 Broadway. It has 28 floors and houses two diplomatic missions: the Consulate General of Canada occupies most of the 26th floor, while the Consulate General of the United Kingdom is on the 10th floor.

Denver World Trade Center II is 109 m (358 ft) tall and was completed in 1980 at 1675 Broadway. It has 29 floors and is the 29th tallest building in Denver. 

With 275 members, the World Trade Center Denver (WTC Denver) continues to serve as a hub for the international community. The WTC Denver houses the non-profit Rocky Mountain World Trade Center Institute, which is an international business skills training program. The WTC Denver maintains its status as a non-profit membership organization concentrating on raising awareness of Denver, and the Rocky Mountain Region as a whole, as an international competitor.

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