CURRENT ISSUES Emily Griffith Opportunity School Back to archive Preserving & Protecting a Legacy- the former Emily Griffith Opportunity School For 100 years the buildings at 12th & Welton Street were home to the Emily Griffith Opportunity School- the influential and pioneering legacy [...]
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CURRENT ISSUES Annie Levinsky to depart Historic Denver after 14 years as executive director "Unyielding dedication to thoughtful and inclusive preservation, education and advocacy." After 19 years with Historic Denver, Inc. including 14 as executive director, Annie Levinsky will step [...]
CURRENT ISSUES La Alma Lincoln Park Historic Cultural District Back to archive Denver's First Historic Cultural District to Honor the Chicano/a Movement On August 2, 2021, Denver City Council designated the La Alma Lincoln Park Historic Cultural [...]
CURRENT ISSUES East 7th Avenue & Judge Raymond Jones East 7th Avenue- Steele Street Extension Protects Judge Raymond Jones Home As the pandemic raged in 2020 and 2021 residents of the 600 and 700 blocks of Steele Street talked on [...]
CURRENT ISSUES Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access On March 25th, 2021 Historic Denver’s board and staff came together for a special session dedicated to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access. The meeting was the culmination of six months [...]
CURRENT ISSUES Former Colorado Women's College Campus 110-Year-Old Campus has New Owners Treat Hall, now know as Centennial Hall, was fully rehabilitated by JWU and is now protected by an easement held by Historic Denver. On the eastern [...]
Larimer Square was included on the National Trust's Most Endangered Places list. An advisory committee convened by Larimer Square’s ownership group in June 2018 includes Historic Denver.
CURRENT ISSUES Loretto Heights Back to archive Key Historic Buildings to be Preserved Preservation work is underway at Loretto Heights within the broader redevelopment project, following a multi-year public planning process. The Administration Building and connected [...]
CURRENT ISSUES John Henderson House- Colorado's First Black Architect Celebrating the Life & Work of John Henderson John Henderson looking at architectural drawings. John Henderson was the first licensed African American architect in the state of Colorado. He [...]
In late 2015 the City of Denver announced plans to create a storm water detention pond for the Montclair Basin in east Denver. Three potential locations were identified...