Highlands Church at the Holiday Theater

This storefront building opened in 1914 and was originally called The Egyptian Theater, named because of its Egyptian Revival design. The building has lived many lives—as a theater, shop, restaurant, and now, as Highlands Church. It is located, as its name suggests, in the Highlands.

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Humphries Poli Architects

Humphries Poli Architects (HPA), an award-winning firm, moved into 1655 Grant Street, Denver, Col...

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NINE dot ARTS

NINE dot ARTS bridges the gap between arts and business. They are an award-winning art advisory firm known for their curatorial creativity, management of large-scale multi-phase projects and forward-thinking vision. With knowledge and experience they curate inspiring art collections that show beauty, creativity and purpose. NINE dot ARTS uses the power of original art to transform ordinary spaces into one-of-a-kind experiences.

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Union Station

Denver’s Union Station has seen many lives. In 1881, the station was built in order to centralize several railroad operation depots, including Union Pacific’s, Denver & Rio Grande Western’s, South Park & Pacific’s and Colorado Central’s. The owners of the original four lines agreed to build a combined station, complete with a central clock tower. In 1914, the larger Great Hall was added. Throughout the 20th century, the building served as a hub for train travel to and from Denver, and in 2014, the entire building was remodeled again. Union Station has served (and still serves) as an anchor for the downtown neighborhood, bringing traffic to the various businesses located there.

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