The Denver Landmark Preservation Commission unanimously voted to send the Landmark application for designation of Beth Eden Church in northwest Denver to City Council. Along with other neighborhood residents and Historic Denver, Inc., Front Range president Laurie Simmons spoke in favor of designation, noting more than 1,200 man hours were volunteered to build the church during the Great Depression, demonstrating its importance to the neighborhood. The Tudor Revival-style church, designed by Denver architect William N. Bowman, was built in 1931. For news coverage of the meeting click here.
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