The lower three floors of the Colorado National Bank building were built in 1915 in a neoclassical design featuring marble from the Colorado Yule Marble Company. The next three floors of the building were added as an addition in 1964 as a modern interpretation of the neoclassical base. In 2014, two additional floors (not pictured) were added to the top as part of the building’s conversion to its current use as a Marriott Renaissance hotel.
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