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Cañon City Gets A Facelift With Revamp Of Historic Sites

MARGARET JACKSON, BISNOW | A handful of historic buildings in Cañon City, a town once used as the backdrop for movies like The Miracle Rider and John Wayne’s True Grit, are being renovated in an effort to pay tribute to its rugged history. Unbridled Contractors plans to restore the Hotel St. Cloud at 631 Main…

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Denver Group To Revitalize Historic St. Cloud Hotel In Cañon City

CBS DENVER CHANNEL 4 | The people behind some of Denver’s most-popular revitalization projects are now focusing on another Colorado gem — the St. Cloud Hotel. This one is more than a hundred miles away in downtown Cañon City. The company Johnson Nathan Strohe, responsible for revitalization projects on Union Station, the Ramble Hotel and the…

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Cherry Creek’s Tallest Residential Building is All About Luxury

KIMBERLY TIMMONS-BEUTNER, COLORADO HOMES & LIFESTYLE | We can’t think of a better definition of “luxury living” than a residential space that incorporates hospitality design principles. Cherry Creek North is synonymous with modern luxury. A charming 16-block outdoor shopping and dining district, the popular neighborhood is home to galleries, boutiques, restaurants, spas, and some of…

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Ballerina statues exit as downtown Denver Sheraton gets started on $80 million makeover

JOE RUBINO, DENVER POST | When new owners purchased the Sheraton Denver Downtown hotel last year, they promised to invest in the 59-year-old giant on the southeastern end of the 16th Street Mall. Not a year later, the promised investing has begun. Tuesday marked the official kickoff of an $80 million renovation project will touch every corner…

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Johnson Nathan Strohe Expands Leadership Team; Promotes Four Team Members

MILE HIGH CRE | JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, a Denver-based architecture and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects, announced the firm expanded its leadership team with the promotion of Heather Vasquez Johnson and Sarah Linback to associate principals. The firm also promoted Anne Warner and Blaire Weiser to associates. Read More…

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Hilton Garden Inn Denver Union Station

HOSPITALITY NET | Situated at the Crossroads of the Union Station, LoDo and Ballpark Neighborhoods, Hotel Brings Boutique Features, Light-Filled Meeting Space and 233 Rooms to Mile High City. Hilton Garden Inn (HGI) Denver Union Station, located at the intersection of Denver’s Union Station, LoDo and Ballpark neighborhoods, opens its doors. The urban hotel, owned…

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Johnson Nathan Strohe-designed condominium project opens its doors in Cherry Creek North

KRIS OPPERMAN STERN, CREJ | The Pauls Corp.’s Laurel Cherry Creek recently opened at 155 Steele St. in Cherry Creek North. Built by Haselden Construction and designed by Johnson Nathan Strohe, Laurel Cherry Creek is a 12-story, 260,255-square-foot luxury condominium community. JNS “aimed to create an urban haven that combines the comforts of home with…

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Movers and Shakers Week Ending 05.03.19

MILE HIGH CRE | JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE Welcomes New Team Members Stuart Kenney and Erin Chant JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE, a Denver-based architecture and interior design firm specializing in hospitality, urban housing and mixed-use projects, are pleased to welcome Stuart Kenney and Erin Chant, both interior designers to the team. “Stuart and Erin have a proven…

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233-room Hilton Garden Inn opens near Union Station

233-room Hilton Garden Inn opens near Union Station

LIBBY FLOOD, BUSINESS DEN | Union Station’s newest hotel has opened. The 12-story Hilton Garden Inn at 1999 Chestnut Place started welcoming guests Tuesday. The hotel, developed and owned by Focus Property Group and operated by Davidson Hotels & Resorts, adds 233 rooms and 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space to the neighborhood.…

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JV Lands $165M Refi for Denver Mixed-Use Project

JV Lands $165M Refi for Denver Mixed-Use Project

GAIL KALINOSKI,COMMERCIAL PROPERTY EXECUTIVE | McWhinney, Grand American Inc. and Sage Hospitality are using the long-term debt arranged by HFF to refinance the construction loan for Dairy Block in the LoDo district. Dairy Block, downtown Denver’s newest mixed-use micro-district, has secured $165 million in permanent financing through a 15-year loan provided by MetLife Investment Management…

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1999 Chestnut Place: Denver’s historic past, bright future

1999 Chestnut Place: Denver’s historic past, bright future

SEAN O’KEEFE, COLORADO REAL ESTATE JOURNAL | The tidal wave of change that broke behind Denver Union Station has now, seemingly, enveloped almost every developable parcel of land there was. Washing over what was not long ago a dusty no man’s land of train tracks and trash, a vigorous sea of ambition, money and effort…

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Local art, historic photos give new Mercantile hotel a Missoula-grown feel

Local art, historic photos give new Mercantile hotel a Missoula-grown feel

CORY WALSH, MISSOULIAN | When the new Mercantile Hotel opens up to the public on Friday, they’ll see an interior design that reflects the past and the present, in part through a contemporary art program. The hotel, a Residence Inn by Marriott built by HomeBase Partners, hired Radius Gallery to commission work throughout the building.…

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