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Got an Event? We’ll Host It
The Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center has numerous conference rooms, classrooms and a beautiful atrium ready to rent.
Legal groups looking for a venue in which to host an event might consider the state’s new Supreme Court building.
The Ralph L. Carr Judicial Center in downtown Denver has numerous conference rooms, classrooms and an open atrium space that work for a variety of happenings. The spaces are so popular with the building’s tenants that the building doesn’t host outside groups during normal business hours, said assistant property manager Alina Fowler. But weekends and after hours on weekdays are open to any legal group seeking a good environment.
The tower side has six conference-room style spaces, each accommodating 20 people, or upwards of 200 people if combined. There is also a tiered classroom perfect for presentations that accommodates 80 people. The courthouse side has another couple conference rooms. And the grand atrium (as seen in the photo), with its open and beautiful architecture, is available for special events.
Groups interested in renting out a space should contact Alina Fowler at (720) 409-5100.