When your business address is 5050 S. Syracuse, excitement over coming to work will be a daily occurrence. And, really, what’s not to love about floor-to-ceiling glass, natural light that fills every office and core space, breathtaking views and the finest amenities available.
The East and West lightwells are signature features of 50 FIFTY. These twin lightwells deliver natural light to almost every corner of the interior and serve to reduce energy costs, which in turn saves tenants money. But, that’s not all; the lightwells provide internal open spaces that can be used for social events, meetings, art exhibits and more. The impact of these two lightwells on the building cannot be overstated.
“Light, God’s eldest daughter, is a principal beauty in a building” – Thomas Fuller
One of the many distinct features of 50 FIFTY is the Collaborative Lounge and Workspace areas that provide your teams and ideas the space to thrive and stimulate productivity.
Tenants will have access to the 7th floor fitness suite featuring the newest weight and cardio equipment along with fitness classes and private trainers, luxury locker rooms with steam showers and much more.
From the grand porte cochère, you enter a space that is sleek, expansive and rivals the lobby of a fine hotel. Floor to ceiling glass welcomes the outdoors in and fills the space with natural light, while white Carrera marble gives the space an undeniably elevated feel.
The outdoor experience of 50 FIFTY begins with the porte cochère and its elevated lighting and finishes. Just off of the porte cochère is the West Terrace, a semi-private, garden level space featuring black granite, enhanced lighting and high-end walkway.
On the 7th floor, at the base of both lightwells, you’ll find open-air courtyards that are perfect for formal gatherings, social events or outdoor meetings.
Tenants who lease the top floor will have access to three rooftop terraces with stunning views of Denver to the north and Pikes Peak to the south.
Forward thinking went into the landscaping that envelops the building with regional, drought tolerant fauna that will provide year-round color and visual interest all while saving water.