The Landmarks Committee of the National Park System Advisory Board will consider the National Historic Landmark nomination prepared by Front Range for Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park. Front Range staff will present the nomination in Washington, DC, at the May meeting of the committee. The hotel evolved from a modest 1891 building into a 720-foot long Colonial Revival grand resort hotel facing Yellowstone Lake under plans prepared by architect Robert C. Reamer.
The Colorado State Review Board will consider the nomination of the Saguache Downtown Historic District to the National Register at its 16 May 2014 meeting in Denver. The district contains 28 primary buildings and is centered on 4th Street, the community's historic commercial area. The nominated area contains many examples of false front and adobe business buildings. Front Range prepared the nomination for the Town of Saguache.
Today, Front Range submitted a National Historic Landmark briefing statement for the Colorado Fuel & Iron (CF&I) administrative complex in Pueblo, Colorado. CF&I was the West's first integrated steelmaker and the region's major coal producer and distributor. The briefing statement is under review by the National Park Service Washington office.
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