Larimer Place

The High(rise) Life

Tip-toeing the line between historic LoDo and the soaring Central Business District, Larimer Place is a beacon for urban dwellers.

Location, Location, Location

In 1965 Larimer Square was on the brink of destruction when local hero and preservationist, Dana Crawford, stepped in and saved the collection of historic buildings that lined "Denver's first block".

In 1971 Larimer Square was named Denver's first historic district and soon thereafter, plans were set in-motion for a modern high-rise condominium on the adjacent parcel. In 1979, Larimer Place welcomed its first residents!

Northern Neighbors

If being next to LoDo, the Central Business District and Larimer Square wasn't enough, one only need to step outside their front door to connect to Denver's arterial pedestrian thoroughfare, the 16th Street Mall.

Neighborhood Amenities

Kick Back & Relax

Comprised of one hundred and sixty-eight residences spanning thirty one floors, Larimer Place is modest in size but flush with amenities!

An Urban Sanctuary

  • Lap Pool + Hot Tub
  • Tennis Court
  • Fire Pit + Grilling Station
  • Front Desk Attendant
  • Community Room
  • Fitness Studio + Locker Rooms
  • Guest Parking

The Details

  • Year Built: 1979
  • Number of Residences: 168
  • Parking: Deeded - Use Only

Have a question? Want to chat?

Adam Moore: 303.956.8069 / amoore@livsothebysrealty.com