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Denver Union Station

Celebrating Denver Union Station’s 5th Anniversary

On July 26, 2019, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE celebrated the 5-year anniversary of the re-opening of Denver’s iconic Union Station. We are so proud to have partnered with a talented, thoughtful group of architects and preservationists on the restoration of this landmark, which has profoundly changed the landscape of the city.  For an insider’s look into…


Revitalizing Small Towns through Hospitality Design: Greeley

At JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, we feel a strong sense of civic responsibility to address the long-term impact each of our projects has on the environment and community. While we work meticulously to create spaces that are beautiful and functional for their intended use, it is also essential that these projects enhance their greater context and…


JNS Updates!

Part of what makes JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE successful is the people we get to work with every day. Together, we share in our challenges, solutions and accomplishments as we work to deliver extraordinary projects for our clients.  This month, we are celebrating the promotion of four smart, talented and visionary leaders within our firm. Join…


Building on 100 Years of History: Hilton Garden Inn Union Station

“How do we preserve this piece of history so that it can stand for another 100 years?” This was the monumental question JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE asked when planning the restoration of the historic Denver Hose House No. 1. Constructed in 1881, the building had been standing for almost as long as Denver itself. After years…


Meet JNS: Sammy Kelley

Summer is in full swing at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, and we are as busy as ever. We are thrilled to announce Sammy Kelley has joined our team as interior designer. Sammy joined us at the beginning of the summer as an intern, and we were so impressed with her design acumen that we decided we…

Hotel St. Cloud

Revitalizing Small Towns Through Hospitality Design: Cañon City

At JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, our mission goes beyond creating environments that are both beautiful and functional for their intended use. With every new project, we aim to design a place that also benefits the surrounding community, helping to bolster the economic vitality of the area. It’s one of the most rewarding parts of our work.…

Sheridan Station Groundbreaking

Sheridan Station Apartments Break Ground

JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE recently joined Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock, project partners and community members to celebrate the groundbreaking of Sheridan Station Apartments located at 13th and Sheridan Boulevard in Denver. This eight-story affordable housing project will include 133 units with immediate access to RTD’s W Line at 10th and Sheridan. “We’re exactly where we…


Taking Celebrations to New Heights at the Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station

Earlier this month, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE celebrated the completion of Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station at the hotel’s official grand opening ceremony. With clear blue skies and one of the warmer days Denver saw in May, the energy and inspiration of those gathered was palpable. The celebration brought many unexpected – and highly memorable…

Johnson Nathan Strohe HD Expo

Lights, Camera, HD Expo!

Every year, our team at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE looks forward to the HD Expo, a leading trade show and conference for the hospitality design community hosted by Hospitality Design magazine. We always enjoy connecting with designers from across the country for a few days of inspiration and networking.  Team members Lizzie Ager, Kelsey McCarrel, Danielle Vassallo…


Hospitality Trend: Is Nature the New Luxury?

As a top architecture and interior design firm in Colorado and across the country, we make it a priority at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE to stay on top of industry trends. One hospitality trend we’ve seen emerging across hotels? The desire to bring nature inside. Today, travelers yearn to escape from the harsh confines of the…


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