Sneak Peek: Historic Hose Company No. 1 at 1999 Chestnut Place
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE and members of the Denver community came together this month to celebrate the progress of 1999 Chestnut Place, which includes the renovation of Denver’s first firehouse. Stops along the hardhat tour, hosted by Denver Architecture Foundation, included the main lobby, second-floor ballroom, amenity spaces and guest suites of the soon-to-open Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station.
Special attention was paid to the historic Hose Company No. 1. Built in the early 1880s, this firehouse served Denver for 14 years until the railroads blocked its access to the city. Once complete, this historic space will serve as a premier restaurant.
Revitalizing a Historic Landmark: The
Mercantile Hotel A stroll through the Mercantile Hotel in Missoula, Montana will offer more than a glimpse into the rich history of the small western town. To truly tell the story of the old Mercantile, almost every part of the building was designed with restorative intent, showcasing the hotel’s heritage as one of the largest wholesale and retail marketplaces in the western United States.
Staying true to the building’s roots as both a retail center and community space, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s design includes nine ground-floor retail spaces, totaling 20,000 square feet. Historic touches and design elements that celebrate the area’s vibrant character can be found throughout the hotel. Read more…
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