The construction at 1541 N. Marion St., technically at the City Park West area, was shut since Sept. 7 when water started to leak in the roof, based on post office in Denver. No email was ruined, the email could be retrieved and also although some of it had been stuck within the building for a couple of days before the construction was deemed safe to enter and transferred.
The building, which serves approximately 300 post office customers and contains a retail counter, which is expected to remain shut for”likely a couple of weeks,” postal officials say.
“The protection of our workers and clients is paramount,” Denver Postmaster Lora McLucas said in a statement. “We apologize for any inconvenience that this might cause our customers and we’re working to rapidly locate a remedy.”
While the construction is from commission, post office holders are being asked to collect their email in the USPS annex construction nearby at 1551 Downing St. Pickups could be drawn up in the annex’s Dutch doorway between the hours will be 10 a.m. to 5 pm
Retail providers, such as postage purchases and package shipping are available in the USPS places at 951 20th St. and 450 W. 14th St.
The Capitol Hill branch construction is possessed by a property management firm based in New York state, according to city documents and was constructed in 1967.
“The building is rented. We’re now in the process of working together with the building owner to fasten cleaning and roofing contractors to ready the building for occupancy and recovery of solutions,” USPS spokesman David Rupert stated.