This sounds like a fun idea. From a press release via the City of Denver:
Denver Department of General Services is Now Accepting Naming Proposals for the Building Located at 2855 Tremont St.
DENVER – The Denver Department of General Services is currently accepting proposals to name the building located at 2855 Tremont St., Denver, CO 80205. The building was formerly known as the Five Points Community Center in the Historic Five Points Neighborhood. The building now houses the Office of City Councilman Albus Brooks and an office of the Denver Department of Motor Vehicles.
In accordance with D.R.M.C. Sec. 2-275, the building shall only be named for outstanding persons who have been influential in the cultural, political, economical or social life of the community, or in recognition of an individual or corporation that has contributed substantial funding for the construction of the public building. Anyone who would like to propose a name for this building is encouraged to submit a proposal. Proposals must include the sponsor’s contact information, the proposed name, and a petition with at least 100 names of residents or business owners in the area, users of the structure, or persons interested or involved in the use of the structure.
All proposals will be submitted to Denver City Council for consideration. The Council shall notify the contact person for each proposal of the date, time and location of the Council Committee meeting at which time the naming of the public building shall be considered.
Proposed names may be submitted on or before April 2, 2014 to:
Denver Department of General Services
Attn: Facilities Management Division – Naming Proposals
201 West Colfax, Department 904
Denver, CO 80202
We propose naming the building, "Frank," but that's probably unlikely.