This summer, the designation application for the White Spot Diner, currently Tom’s, garnered significant media attention and underscored the tension that can exist when significant buildings face demolition.
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For the last six weeks, community members - with Historic Denver’s help - have sought solutions to save the famed Googie-style diner, originally a White Spot, at 601 E. Colfax from demolition.
CURRENT ISSUES 2019 Candidate Questionnaire Responses Back to archive Congratulations to the Winners of Denver's Run-off Elections Thank you for voting, Denver! On June 3, Denver voters cast ballots to choose the mayor, Council District 1, Council District 3, Council District 5, Council [...]
CURRENT ISSUES 1980 Albion - "The Hut" Back to archive Seeking a Solution for "The Hut" 1980 Albion Street, also known as “The Hut,” is one of the oldest homes in Park Hill. The large home was built in [...]