1523 Market St

1523 Market St Denver, CO 80202

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Mar 18, 2022


  • Great Lower Downtown Owner/User Investor Opportunity
  • Creative Office Space Opportunity
  • A Block from 16th Street Mall
  • Three Blocks from Union Station


Unique opportunity for an Owner/User Investor to purchase a standalone building in the Historic Lower Downtown
Neighborhood. Located just 1/2 a block from the 16th Street Mall, 1523 Market Street is situated between Denver, Union
Station, and Larimer Square with easy access to Speer Boulevard and Auraria Parkway with immediate access to I-25 and
6th Avenue.

This high-energy vibrant neighborhood offers many great restaurant and retail opportunities, along with the building's
central location to the Denver Light Rail Station and numerous bike paths are all within walking distance. The building is a
four-story brick and timber construction. The interior improvements have been removed and restored to the building's
original core and shell condition. The future buyer can put their own personal touch into the design and layout of the
building and be up and running in a short time frame.

Located just a block from 16th Street Mall, 1523 Market St is situated in Lower Downtown between Union Station and Larimer Square with easy access to Speer Blvd and Auraria Pkwy with immediate access to I-25 and 6th Ave.

Year Built: 1958
Building Size: 12755sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.07 acres



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