Work starts on Denver's Art Hotel development

George Sell By George Sell
05 November 2013 | Updated 05 November 2013

US: Work has commenced at a $50 million, nine-storey hotel and office centre in downtown Denver.

The hotel element, called the Art, will be a 165-room boutique property occupying the top six floors.

Mark Witkiewicz, chief operating officer of developer Corporex Colorado, said: "The look and feel of the Art will be unique. When people leave the city, they will remember the hotel. It will have the finest of what travellers and diners desire. Our guests will experience art in the true Colorado environment: open, airy and bright."

The hotel's communal areas will showcase a collection of modern art curated by Dianne Vanderlip, former curator of modern and contemporary art at the Denver Art Museum. Rooms will have seats in "pop-out" windows to enjoy views of the city and mountains.

The architect is Guadalupe Cantu of Davis Partnership Architects, who formerly worked for Studio Daniel Libeskind.

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