Adaptive Reuse: Colorado National Bank in Downtown Denver to Become Hotel

I have always been a fan of adaptive reuse.  Adaptive reuse, you say?  Adaptive reuse is the practice of taking a building or structure that has outlived its original purpose and converting its use while retaining their historic features.  A rundown church can become a restaurant, or an old factory can be converted into loft apartments, for example.

So I am soooo excited that a developer purchased the Colorado National Bank Building in downtown Denver with plans to convert it into a hotel!  Click here to see a Flickr slideshow tour of the bank building — my imagination is already running wild with ideas!

I LOVE Neoclassical-style architecture and feel that it works with a wide range of styles, from modern to, well, Neoclassical.  I hope the keep the old vault and safe deposit boxes intact and use them as a lounge, humidor, private club, etc!


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I have always been a fan of adaptive reuse.  Adaptive reuse, you say?  Adaptive reuse is the practice of taking a building or structure that has outlived its original purpose and converting its use while retaining their historic features.  A rundown church can become a restaurant, or an old factory can be converted into loft apartments, for example.

So I am soooo excited that a developer purchased the Colorado National Bank Building in downtown Denver with plans to convert it into a hotel! Click here to see a Flickr slideshow tour of the bank building — my imagination is already running wild with ideas!

I LOVE Neoclassical-style architecture and feel that it works with a wide range of styles, from modern to, well, Neoclassical.  I hope the keep the old vault and safe deposit boxes intact and use them as a lounge, humidor, private club, etc!

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