Revitalizing Local Markets through Hospitality Design: Missoula, Montana
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE’s commitment to quality architecture and design goes beyond the creative vision. We work with our clients to address the practical needs with every project and strive to understand the long-term impact each has on the surrounding environment and community. Over the years, we’ve seen first-hand how hotel developments can serve as the perfect catalyst for revitalization.
Continuing our series on revitalizing local markets through hospitality design, we’ll explore our Mercantile Hotel project in Missoula, Montana, and its impact on the town.
Denver’s Iconic Union Station Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary of Renovation
On July 26, 2019, JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE celebrated the 5-year anniversary of the reopening 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 this monumental restoration project, watch this video with Denver preservationist and president of Urban Neighborhoods, Inc., Dana Crawford, and JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE founding partner, Jim Johnson.
Condo Craze at The Laurel
Since opening in early 2019, the JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE-designed Laurel Cherry Creek Condominiums has received more than a warm welcome to the neighborhood. According to an article in the Denver Business Journal, the luxurious Laurel Cherry Creek dominated the top condo sales in Denver from April through June.
“I think as Denver continues to evolve as a city, we’re continuing to see this demand for the premier properties – ones with exceptional views that won’t be interrupted and ones in fantastic neighborhoods,” said Josh Behr of Liv Sotheby’s International Realty, in the article. “The market here remains very strong.”
Double Tree by Hilton Recognized by City of Greeley
JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE is honored to share that the DoubleTree by Hilton Greeley was honored with an Excellence in Community Design award from the City of Greeley. These awards are given to projects constructed, redeveloped or created during 2017 or 2018 that demonstrated exceptional design elements.
“Excellent design has the ability to both lift our spirits and improve a business’ bottom line, so we celebrate those who make a commitment to high quality construction and innovation,” said Brad Mueller, director of community development of City of Greeley, in a news release.
JNS in the News
Cherry Creek’s Tallest Residential Building is All About Luxury (Colorado Homes & Lifestyles)
Woodie Fisher Kitchen & Bar Brings Denver’s Oldest Fire Station Back to Life (5280 Magazine)