GARD­NER OF­FICE IS RE­LO­CAT­ING TO FED­ERAL SITE

The Denver Post - - NEWS - — Danika Wor­thing­ton, The Den­ver Post

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.

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