Qwest sold its Denver Service Center building at 1005 17th St. to Denver-based Miller Global Properties for a purchase price of $108 million. In June, Qwest placed the property on the market. Mountain Bell started construction on the Denver Service Center in 1976. The glass and granite building, with 745,925 square feet of space, according to CoStar, opened in 1978. It was designed by Rogers Nagel Langhart. Most recently, Qwest housed a variety of work groups at the Denver Service Center, all of which have been in the process of relocating to other Denver-area locations operated by the company. Qwest will continue to base several of its operations throughout downtown Denver, including its headquarters at 1801 California St.
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