One Lincoln Park is a 32-story mixed-use residential tower, sitting on the edge of Denver’s central business district.
This 32-story mixed-use residential tower sits on the edge of the heart of Denver’s central business district. The building massing and form are the result of its unique site geometry, complex residential program requirements, and five-sided exposure. Given the varying orientation, view, and site conditions, each elevation needed to respond to the site conditions differently. The north east elevation provides a more simplified aesthetic in contrast to the grand terraces and stepped back areas of the south and western exposures. Punched openings in metal panels define the building’s spine to the east in contrast to large floor-to-ceiling curtain wall panels to the south. All of these have been orchestrated beneath a distinctive curved cap.