Blast from the Past: Ralph Carr Judicial Center

So I don’t have many of my personal photos prior to five years ago, because I started to contribute to DenverInfill almost exactly five years ago! However, I thought it might be fitting to post my first ever project I covered back in 2011, the Ralph Carr Judicial Center.

This was the start to a truly great adventure I’ve had with DenverInfill, and DenverUrbanism.


The Ralph Carr Judicial Center is one of the most architecturally classic and diverse buildings we have seen this decade.

By | 2016-12-27T18:00:04+00:00 January 19, 2016|Categories: Blast from the Past, Urbanism|Tags: |2 Comments


  1. Nash January 20, 2016 at 11:33 am

    Ryan and Ken, this is a great new feature of your excellent reporting. Thank you for what’s becoming a wonderful magazine for all of us who love our city.

    Denver’s growing Civic Center government/culture scene is high place making, that connotes the Mall in Washington, DC. Capitol Hill watching over the Carr Courthouse, symbol of justice for all, and the Denver Public Library bracketing Broadway, doorway to the magic in books and pictures.

    Love it!

  2. D.C. January 20, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    I like the new feature. The new train to the airport is three months away and I would love to see an update.

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