U.S. Custom House
721 19th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Located in the heart of the Denver Federal District, the U.S. Custom House is an Italian Renaissance Revival architectural marvel. Architects James Wetmore and Temple H. Buell designed and constructed the "E" shaped building between 1931 and 1937. The main entrance's arched grill and doors are made of solid bronze. Oak and quarry tile were used extensively throughout the building. Colorado Yule Marble was used on both the interior and exterior of the building - the same marble used to construct the Lincoln Memorial and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington, DC. The Custom House is on the National Register of Historic Places.
- A snack bar offering a variety of soups, beverages and assorted snacks
- Conference rooms - please call (303) 844-4083 to reserve
- Daycare facilities
- Storage facilities
- U.S. Postal Service mailboxes and a Federal Express drop box
This building’s mechanical system is being modernized into a state-of-the-art, high performing system optimizing the building’s system to reduce energy consumption by 20 percent. For additional project details, you may download a project fact sheet here.
For more information on facility repairs, space renovations, or to report a building maintenance issue, please contact the Rocky Mountain Call Center using the contact information in the upper right hand section of this page.
Building Tenants: The building houses six government agencies and 650 employees within its 248,081 rentable square feet. These agencies provide extensive services to surrounding communities, city, county, state, and foreign governments.