A healthy, innovative workplace is the basis of design for the Nichols Building, a four-story, mixed use collaborative space. The bike barn, fitness facility and event spaces all aim to promote building community. The new neighborhood retail/restaurant will further activate Platte Street with sidewalk dining and will also serve as a hub for the professional community within.

Here is an image of The Nichols Building, courtesy of Doors Open Denver.


The building’s second front door, opposite Platte Street on the east side, touts an outdoor patio and green space overlooking the Platte River and Denver’s skyline. A public-private partnership with the City of Denver gives way to a new public pedestrian trail along the Platte River and promotes multi-modal building access.

The Nichols Building brings a vibrancy to Platte Street, as a place called home by Denver’s top tech entrepreneurs. Galvanize, their g-school community and Pivotal Labs are a few of the top companies that call The Nichols Building home. The building showcases its raw steel structure with natural daylight, a central atrium staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows and premier views of downtown Denver from the 4th floor community deck.

This building preview is part of DenverUrbanism’s special countdown series to Doors Open Denver 2015. Click here for more information on Doors Open Denver.