DFC Building 810
Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225
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Hours of Operation:
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mon. - Fri., except holidays
United States Geological Survey (USGS), U.S. Department of Agriculture’s U.S. Forest Service, Colorado Federal Executive Board and Business Integration Office.
Building 810 was originally constructed in 1963 for GSA’s Federal Supply Service, now the Federal Acquisition Service. Today the one-story, red brick building offers a mix of office and warehouse space across 673,643 square feet.
Currently, there is 51,921 rentable square feet of vacant space in the building. Agencies interested in leasing federal space in Building 810 should contact the DFC realty specialist.
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- Photovoltaic solar array system on roof and car ports (more info at Denver Federal Center Solar Production)
- High efficiency motors
- High efficiency LED exterior lighting
- 742 parking spaces
- Sizable eating area
- Excellent vending machine selections
Creative Expression Welcome in Building 810
Framed art by Joshua Hicks,
Building 810 tenant
The arts have played a significant role in shaping our country’s culture and legacy. They are a part of our daily lives and often shape our environment and mood. Building 810 decided to take advantage of some of that raw, hidden tenant talent and brighten up the bare hallway walls in the building. A small group of people formed an art committee who subsequently set out to connect with some of the building's talent.
We are grateful and proud to share that the building currently features the creative work of numerous tenant artists. The hallways are now filled with color and stories that help enhance the overall building environment. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and see these works of art for yourself.