The Nichols Building is a 85,000-square-foot urban infill, mixed-use building located in Denver’s historic Platte River neighborhood. The project has four stories of above ground space and a one story below grade basement. The building provides state-of-the-art work spaces that encourage innovation, creativity, and a sense of community, with restaurant space included on the ground floor. Tenants include the Nichols Partnership, Galvanize, Pivotal and Knoll.
Construction of the building required a shotcrete basement foundation against shoring atop drilled piers, steel structure with concrete on metal deck for levels one through four, and an exterior skin that includes a curtain wall system, storefront, metal panels, and masonry.
The interior core and shell finish includes MEP, fire protection, two elevators, glass rails crowned with a large sky light, and decorative glass fins on front facade.