The building here was designed by the predecessor of the architectural firm that now makes its Denver headquarters within: Fisher & Fisher (creators of South High School and the Voorhees Memorial at Civic Center Park), which later became Fisher & Davis, then Davis & Associates, and finally Davis Partnership. In the early 1980’s the structure was remodeled to be a furniture showroom, and shortly after converted to the Twenty-Three Parish Nightclub. The building sat vacant until the Davis Partnership renovation in 2000.

Here is an image of the Davis Partnership Architects building, courtesy of Doors Open Denver.


This building preview is part of DenverUrbanism’s special countdown series to Doors Open Denver 2015. Click here for more information on Doors Open Denver.