• Market Street is shut down as crews work to take down the tower crane used in the construction of the 16M mixed-use project at 16th & Market.

  • Sugar Cube

    Looking out toward the street from the Sugar Cube concierge desk. The lobby’s rectilinear, minimalist look is kept consistent.

  • Sugar Cube

    The elevator lobbies of Sugar Cube are clad in a mix of high-end, modern finishes, including stainless steel, marble, and travertine.

  • Sugar Cube

    Book-matched walnut veneer covers the minimalist concierge desk at Sugar Cube.

  • Sugar Cube

    The elevator lobbies of Sugar Cube are clad in a mix of high-end, modern finishes, including venetian plaster, stainless steel, marble, and travertine.

  • Sugar Building

    Looking up at the facade of the Sugar Building at the main entrance on the 16th Street Mall. The original 1906 building was only 4 stories, with two more added in 1912.

  • Sugar Building

    An ironwork detail at the main entrance of the Sugar Building, looking up toward the terra cotta cornice above.

  • Sugar Building

    An ironwork detail at the main entrance of the Sugar Building.

  • Sugar Building

    Modernized controls on the Sugar Building’s original Otis iron cage elevator. This elevator is believed to be the only one of its vintage remaining in Colorado, and perhaps even west of the Mississippi River. If you look carefully, you can see that the original elevator control has been retained.

  • Sugar Building

    The Sugar Building retains its original Otis iron cage elevator, believed to be the only one of this vintage remaining in Colorado, and perhaps even west of the Mississippi River.

  • Sugar Building

    The Sugar Building retains its original Otis iron cage elevator, believed to be the only one of this vintage remaining in Colorado, and perhaps even west of the Mississippi River.

  • Sugar Building

    Signage on the iron entrance arch of the 1906 Sugar Building, former headquarters of Great Western Sugar.

  • Sugar Building

    Signage on the iron entrance arch of the 1906 Sugar Building, former headquarters of Great Western Sugar.

  • “Cloudscape” by Christopher Lavery, located at the big bend of Peña Boulevard

  • Also from an airplane window . . . the new Westin hotel and train train station, rising from the south end of Jeppesen Terminal.

  • Futile attempt to capture downtown from an airplane window on the south approach to Denver International Airport.

  • The new hotel and transit center under construction at Denver International Airport, as seen from the Terminal East economy lot.

  • The neoclassic First Church of Christ, Scientist.

  • The neoclassic First Church of Christ, Scientist.

  • The Casavant organ at the First Church of Christ, Scientist dominates the front of the worship space.

  • The stained glass dome of the First Church of Christ, Scientist.

  • East High School

    A mural painted in one of the East High School stair towers, surrounded by advertisements for student government elections.

  • East High School

    The library at East High School.

  • East High School

    A mural devoted to Marco Polo above the library exits at East High School.

  • East High School

    From inside the clock tower at east high school. Downtown and the mountains can be easily seen from this vantage point.

  • Original stained glass over the front door of the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • The stain glass skylight over the atrium at the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • On of the only remaining birdcage elevators in Denver is still operating at the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • An ornate safe door in the basement of the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • A musical instrument relief in the former ballroom of the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • A former ballroom turned fitness room at the Perrenoud Condominiums.

  • A very early clothes dryer in the basement laundry room of the Perrenoud Condominiums. This dryer was installed when the building was new, c.1902.

  • The stain glass skylight over the atrium at the Perrenoud Condominiums

  • Denver Art Museum

    A colorful gate at the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    The class and school tour entrance of the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    The North Building at the Denver Art Museum

  • Denver Art Museum

    The North Building at the Denver Art Museum

  • Denver Art Museum

    The former main entrance at the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    The new Hamilton Building peeking over the former main entrance of the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    A bench integrated into the former main entrance of the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    The former main entrance at the Denver Art Museum.

  • Denver Art Museum

    The Gio Ponti designed North Building at the Denver Art Museum.

  • Grant Street Art Center

    An arched ceiling in the entrance vestibule.

  • Grant Street Art Center

    Downtown highrises seen through a tiny round window on an upper floor.

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