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Glass panes have fallen from a downtown Denver apartment building

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At an apartment complex in downtown Denver, a pane of glass on the balcony recently shattered.

According to Marty McKenna of real estate investment trust Equity Residential, the window frame is broken at the Eviva Cherokee Apartments at 1250 Cherokee Road. He offered no further comment on the timeframe or number of shattered panels.

“Our operations team is currently working with engineering consultants to identify the cause and a possible solution,” McKenna wrote in an email. A manager who was at the scene Wednesday declined to comment.

This high-rise complex is near the city’s top attractions, including the Denver Art Museum, Clifford Still Museum, and the Colorado Women’s History Center.

Denver Community Planning and Development received a complaint about an unsafe balcony guardrail on July 26 and provided details about the broken glass panel, spokesperson Amanda Weston said. An inspector stopped by the apartment complex on Wednesday and she met with property managers about restoring compliance with building codes.

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