Two Adaptive Reuse Projects Bring Needed Housing to Capitol Hill

For the past twelve years, DenverInfill has been tracking development in and around downtown Denver. There has been plenty to follow. The surface parking lots, which spanned multiple city blocks in the 1970s, have slowly but surely been turned into apartments, offices, hotels, and other structures which have worked to reunite the urban fabric that comprises Downtown Denver. In some of the neighborhoods surrounding Downtown, new development is taking on a slightly different form. Capitol Hill was not spared from the razing which occurred throughout the mid-1900s, but for [...]

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