The Denver Gas & Electric Building, also known as the Public Service Building and the Insurance Exchange Building, is a building located in the downtown district of Denver, Colorado. Designed by architect Harry W.J. Edbrooke for the Denver Gas & Electric Company, the 10 story building was completed in 1910. One of its most striking features is the use of 13,000 electric light bulbs decorating its façade.
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