The top five floors of the Daniels and Fisher Clock Tower are on the market.

Built in 1911 as part of the Daniels & Fisher dry goods store, the Clock Tower in Denver, Colorado, which is on the National Register of Historic places, was the tallest structure west of the Mississippi when it was constructed. LFC Marketing Services and local Denver real estate brokerage, Ruschmeyer Corporation, are marketing the top five floors (17-21) online by tender offer.

A tender offer is an online transaction; a hybrid of a traditional sale and an online auction. “It’s a call for offers. There is no minimum bid and all offers will be reviewed by the seller. Tender offer is perfect for unique buildings like the Clock Tower,” said Alisha Lange, Director of Strategic Partnerships with The LFC Group of Companies.

The Tower has been used for events for several years by the current owner Holly Kylberg, who bought the five-floors in 2001 with her now ex-husband. Kylberg told the Denver Post, “I added a bathroom and plumbing and mainly just cosmetic things because I wanted to keep the old feeling of what it would have felt like 100 years ago.”

Ruschmeyer Corporation listed the Clock Tower in July 2016 and received an overwhelmingly positive response which led them to market the special property on a global level with LFC Marketing Services. “This is such a unique property of prime office/residential space in the heart of downtown with unlimited views of Denver and the surrounding area,” said Phillip Ruschmeyer of Ruschmeyer Corporation.

The offer deadline is December 15th, 2016, there is no minimum offer amount; it’s up to the public to determine the value of this unique property. To learn more about this real investment opportunity, you can visit