GARDNER OFFICE IS RELOCATING TO FEDERAL SITE
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is moving offices.
The Colorado Republican, whose downtown Denver office has been at the center of several health care-related rallies and sit-ins, will be relocating to the U.S. Custom House, a federal building a few blocks away.
The move has been under consideration for a while, said Gardner’s spokesman, Alex Siciliano. The previous office, at 17th and Lawrence streets, was in a commercial building with private businesses as neighbors.
Gardner’s staff thought a government building would be better for constituent services, Siciliano said.
The new office, 721 19th St., Suite 150, opens Monday. Gardner’s staff will announce a permanent location later. Gardner has seven other offices in Colorado.