Denver Landmark Preservation Commission Gives Approval to Packard's Hill Historic District
Yesterday, the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission found that the proposed Packard's Historic District in northwest Denver met historical and architectural criteria for designation as a Denver Landmark. The unanimous vote supported the 173-building residential area lying northwest of West 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. More than two-thirds of the primary buildings were erected prior to 1920. The area includes the 1892 Cox Gargoyle House (below), which is already an individual Denver Landmark. Consideration by Denver City Council is expected in September.
Find out what we're working on right now in Current Projects. Check back for updates.
- Current Projects
- Qualifications, Awards, Clients
- Photo Gallery
- Special Projects