This building was built in 1967 and designed by Armet and Davis of Los Angeles in a Googie style. This was a White Spot coffee shop, one of a chain that closed in 2001. A Tom's Diner sign is visible in the photo, who have occupied the building...
Washington Park Community Church with unpaved streets. The architectural style is Classical Revival and the architects were Willis A. Marean and Albert J. Norton. The church was built from 1917 to 1919.
Washington Park Community Church (Denver, Colo.); Washington Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
Architect Jules Jaques Benois Benedict designed the artistic tile details pictured. Visible are the eaves of the Boathouse and Pavilion at Washington Park. The boathouse and pavilion were built in 1913 and the architectural style is eclectic.
Boathouses.; Smith Lake (Denver, Colo.); Washington Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
Eugene R. Rice designed this three-story building as a luxury apartment building in the Beaux Arts style. It was built in 1902. In 1935, Walter H. Simon designed alterations to create retail spaces in the first floor and offices and apartments in...
Photo of the Union Pacific Freight House with the Union Pacific logo and name. It was built in 1923 and designed by the chief engineers of the Union Pacific. There are large Doric columns framing the entrance bay.
Union Pacific Railroad Company--Buildings.; Lower Downtown (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
This 1914 theater was designed by Harry W. J. Edbrooke. Visible is the pie shaped marquee with the Bluebird name and advertising Truckasauraus. This marquee dates to the 1930's. In 1987, the original movie theater closed and a rehabilitation in...
Bluebird Theater (Denver, Colo.)--Buildings.; Marquees.; Motion picture theaters.; City Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
The house pictured was built in 1913 and designed by Willis A. Marean and Albert J. Norton. It was originally owned by James Causey, then by William C. and Orian Stern. The grounds once covered a third of a block and the ornamental details found on...
Causey, James H.--Homes and haunts.; Washington Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
This Victorian style house with a carriage house was built in 1892 and designed by Marshall Rogers Pugh. It was owned by George Ranson Swallow and he resided there until 1937. The house has been remodeled and is divided into condominiums.
Visible in photo is stone that says ""Studebaker, A.D. 1900."" This building was designed in 1892 by George Hamburger and remodeled in 1900 by Frank Edbrooke. It housed a Studebaker showroom until 1919.
This Gothic Revival church was built in 1923 and designed by Frank W. Frewen Jr. and Frederick J. Mountjoy. Visible in this photo is the front of the church. The church was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church (Denver, Colo.); Whittier (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
This Queen Anne style mansion was built in 1892 and designed by E.T. Carr and William Feth. The original owner, Dennis Sheedy, spared no expense with the mansion. Brick and stonework accentuate the many windows of the mansion. Facing south from the...
Sheedy, Dennis, 1846-1923--Homes and haunts.; Captiol Hill (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
This building built in 1924 is an exotic revival with a facade of white glazed brick and terra cotta. The Rosenstock Place visible in the photo is from Rosenstock Books that occupied the building from 1962 to 1975. Rosenstock was a major bookseller...
Photo of the parapet connecting the two buildings that were a part of the Rocky Mountain Seed Building, one built in 1902 and one built in 1933. The sign says ""Rocky Mountain Seed Co, 1920."" Rocky Mountain Seed Company closed in 2011.
Photo of the Morey Mercantile Building with its second story main entrance that was originally connected to the 16th St Viaduct. It was built in 1896 and designed by Aaron Gove and Thomas F. Walsh. It is now the Tattered Cover Bookstore.
Architect Matthew John McBird designed and resided in this Second Empire style house which was built in 1879 by Fleming Brothers. This style was popular between 1860 and 1880 and sometimes referred to as the General Grant style.
This Spanish Colonial Revival style mansion was built around 1921 and designed by JJ Benedict and Harry Manning. The low-pitched clay-tile roof, balconies, stucco, and decorative ironwork are of note. Visible in the photo is the ornate door.
Malo House (Denver, Colo.); Captiol Hill (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
View of Lily Pond and Rock and Water Garden viewed from southwest. The Olmsted Brothers elaborated Richard Schuetse's pond design and DeBoer designed the rock and water garden. The pond was completed in 1912.
Smith Lake (Denver, Colo.); Washington Park (Denver, Colo. : Neighborhood)
This Art Deco/ 20th Century building built in 1936 currently houses Pete's Kitchen. The photo shows a sign over the door as well as signs advertising the Satie Lounge further down the block. These neon signs are considered classics.
Pete's Kitchen (Denver, Colo.); Restaurants.; Cheesman Park (Denver, Colo.)
This is a Denver Square built by Wheeler & Hall in 1891. There is an off center porch, and the roof of the porch displays Craftman influences. It was owned by Maria T. and George W. Kassler. George Kassler was a business partner of David H. Moffat...
Kassler, George W.--Homes and haunts.; Kassler, Maria T.--Homes and haunts.
On the National Register for Historic Places, and a Denver Landmark, the Joshel House is an example of Second Phase International architecture. It was built in 1952 and designed by Joseph and Louise Marlow.
House designed by J.J. Benedict in the Italian Renaissance Style and built in 1910. The Italian consul lived n the house, and when he moved the basement was said to be loaded with radio and electronic equipment.