These are the most vacant buildings in downtown Denver

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The downtown Denver skyline at sunrise. (Courtesy Guerilla Capturing)

If you want to lease office space in downtown Denver, there’s a lot to choose from.

Total office vacancy in the city’s core topped 30 percent at the end of the third quarter for the first time in decades, as BusinessDen reported earlier this week.

But things vary property by property, naturally, and some buildings are far more than one-third vacant.

Below are the 20 downtown buildings with at least 100,000 rentable square feet that have the greatest amount of available space, according to CoStar data pulled last week.

Available space incorporates direct vacancy, which is space no one uses that a landlord is marketing, as well as space a landlord expects to be vacated soon and sublease space, which is being marketed by a tenant that wants to vacate.

The top 20 buildings below are ranked by percentage of space available, from low to high.

999 18th St: 32.6 percent available (376,114 of 930,020 square feet)

370 17th St, Republic Plaza: 32.9 percent (439,945 of 1.34 million square feet)

1001 17th St: 40.5 percent (266,665 of 659,074 square feet)

675 15th St, Block 162: 41.5 percent (251,908 of 606,493 square feet) 

621 17th St, Colorado Plaza Tower II: 41.8 percent (163,707 of 391,667 square feet)

633 17th St, Colorado Plaza Tower I: 47.5 percent (276,358 of 581,372)

1125 17th St: 51.1 percent (252,867 of 494,689 square feet)

1999 Broadway: 52.2 percent (355,305 of 680,277 square feet)

216 16th St., Columbine Place: 52.5 percent (78,691 of 149,956 square feet)

821 17th St, The Vault: 55.1 percent (60,275 of 109,333 square feet)

1515 Arapahoe St., Park Central: 55.5 percent (332,551 of 598,942 square feet)

475 17th St: 57 percent (86,280 of 151,425 square feet)

1050 17th St., Independence Plaza: 60 percent (429,915 of 716,198 square feet)

707 17th St., City Center: 60.9 percent (392,468 of 644,122)

1580 Lincoln St.: 67.1 percent (79,906 of 119,155 square feet)

410 17th St., The 410: 67.1 percent (327,681 of 437,387 square feet)

1775 Sherman St., Lincoln Crossing Tower I: 77.6 percent (284,740 of 367,058 square feet)

1625 Broadway, Denver Energy Center: 85.3 percent (336,965 of 395,209 square feet)

1490 Curtis, The Link: 88.7 percent (199,598 of 225,016 square feet)

1740 Broadway, The Atrium: 100 percent vacant (114,309 of 114,309 square feet)

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The downtown Denver skyline at sunrise. (Courtesy Guerilla Capturing)

If you want to lease office space in downtown Denver, there’s a lot to choose from.

Total office vacancy in the city’s core topped 30 percent at the end of the third quarter for the first time in decades, as BusinessDen reported earlier this week.

But things vary property by property, naturally, and some buildings are far more than one-third vacant.

Below are the 20 downtown buildings with at least 100,000 rentable square feet that have the greatest amount of available space, according to CoStar data pulled last week.

Available space incorporates direct vacancy, which is space no one uses that a landlord is marketing, as well as space a landlord expects to be vacated soon and sublease space, which is being marketed by a tenant that wants to vacate.

The top 20 buildings below are ranked by percentage of space available, from low to high.

999 18th St: 32.6 percent available (376,114 of 930,020 square feet)

370 17th St, Republic Plaza: 32.9 percent (439,945 of 1.34 million square feet)

1001 17th St: 40.5 percent (266,665 of 659,074 square feet)

675 15th St, Block 162: 41.5 percent (251,908 of 606,493 square feet) 

621 17th St, Colorado Plaza Tower II: 41.8 percent (163,707 of 391,667 square feet)

633 17th St, Colorado Plaza Tower I: 47.5 percent (276,358 of 581,372)

1125 17th St: 51.1 percent (252,867 of 494,689 square feet)

1999 Broadway: 52.2 percent (355,305 of 680,277 square feet)

216 16th St., Columbine Place: 52.5 percent (78,691 of 149,956 square feet)

821 17th St, The Vault: 55.1 percent (60,275 of 109,333 square feet)

1515 Arapahoe St., Park Central: 55.5 percent (332,551 of 598,942 square feet)

475 17th St: 57 percent (86,280 of 151,425 square feet)

1050 17th St., Independence Plaza: 60 percent (429,915 of 716,198 square feet)

707 17th St., City Center: 60.9 percent (392,468 of 644,122)

1580 Lincoln St.: 67.1 percent (79,906 of 119,155 square feet)

410 17th St., The 410: 67.1 percent (327,681 of 437,387 square feet)

1775 Sherman St., Lincoln Crossing Tower I: 77.6 percent (284,740 of 367,058 square feet)

1625 Broadway, Denver Energy Center: 85.3 percent (336,965 of 395,209 square feet)

1490 Curtis, The Link: 88.7 percent (199,598 of 225,016 square feet)

1740 Broadway, The Atrium: 100 percent vacant (114,309 of 114,309 square feet)

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