Built in the late 1970s, 2000 Cheesman East endures as one of the most prestigious addresses in Denver. Overlooking Cheesman Park and the Front Range and Denver skylines, this 26-story structure represents both the first total luxury condominium building in the Denver area and the highest precast structure west of the Mississippi at the time of construction.
Pinkard built in the highest quality finishes including detailed millwork, light and plumbing fixtures, appliances and marble faced wood-burning fireplaces in each unit. Condominium amenities include an indoor swimming pool and spa, saunas, steam baths, handball court and a security system using closed circuit cameras and secured entrances. The project became a sales success, even during an economic downturn.
The tower contains 48 custom units of at least 2,000 square feet within a floor plan of one to three units per floor. A two-level precast parking garage with tennis courts above is attached to the building.