If you’ve harbored fantasies of living in a clocktower and also happen to be very, very wealthy, your time has come — and it’s about time a wealthy person with specific dreams got a win.
The top five floors of Denver’s Daniels and Fisher Clock Tower are up for sale as a $3.5 million condo.
The uppermost floors of the iconic tower went on sale as a commercial space back in October 2016, but nothing came of it.
Now, the owner is trying to sell it as a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home. The five floors total 2,838 square feet and there are two wrap-around balconies. Also, you’d live in a clocktower like freaking Quasimodo.
When the Daniels and Fisher Clock Tower was built in 1911, it was the third tallest building in the country, according to History Colorado. It was behind only New York City’s Metropolitan Life and Singer towers, making it the tallest building west of the Mississippi. At 22 stories tall, the flag at the top is 372 feet from the ground.
The tower was the vision of department store owner William C. Daniels and was modeled after the campanile of St. Mark’s in Venice, Ben Fogelberg wrote for History Colorado.
Right now, the top five floors are rented out for parties for $4,000 per night by Clocktower Events, according to BusinessDen.
Take a look inside:
You can take a look inside over at the LIV Sotheby’s International Real Estate listing. (Just try not to be too let down that the “virtual tour” is just a slide show.)
Note: I know Quasimodo lived in a bell tower, not a clocktower. Please don’t be angry with me.