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The Boston Building, located at 828 17th Street in Denver is directly in the middle of Denver's financial district and was designed by Andrews, Jacques, and Rantoul. Built in 1890 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, the exterior of the Boston Building was covered in Colorado red Manitou Sandstone. The Kistler Building was built a decade and a half later in 1916, and was designed by Harry Edbrooke (the nephew of Denver's famed Frank Edbrooke). The Kistler Building was constructed in the Art Deco Style and featured glazed terra cotta pinnacles and other art deco ornamentation. Initially both the Boston (20 comments)
Memorial Day Wishes - 05/30/11 03:14 AM
I don't think that Jeff DiMuria could have expressed it any better. Thank you to our veterans. It is the veteran that allows us to live the life we do! Via Jeffrey DiMuria www.MileHighFineHomes.com 303.725.5145 (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage): To all the veterans of all the wars (too many) that the United States has fought in...I write this with great gratitude for the service you have given to your Country. We are forever in your debt. No matter what you may read in the press or what is said on the networks...please know that we...the people who live and work and die in (2 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Animal Lovers Series - The Wild Animal Sanctuary - 05/28/11 11:08 PM
I had a WONDERFUL day yesterday. My friend and fellow ActiveRainer, Jeffrey DiMuria, his son Anthony and I went to The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado. I had learned about the The Wild Animal Sanctuary about a year ago from a show on Animal Plant. Edie Falco (of Sopranos fame) did a show called "Growing up Black Leopard" which followed the life of a baby black leopard named Eddy. I was surprised to learn that Eddy's home was just 30 miles from mine! Then, in January there was a big piece on the local news about 25 lions (4 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Entertainment Series - The 2011 BrewGrass Music Festival - 05/23/11 04:31 AM
This year, Denver's BrewGrass Music Festival will be held on the 1200 block of Old South Pearl, on Saturday June 11th. Being earlier in the summer this year, I would expect that it will not be blisteringly hot. Admission for the BrewGrass Music Festival is a mere $5.00 per person, and starts at 12:00 noon and close at 10:00pm. The event will be held rain or shine. Food and drink is available at the BrewGrass Music Festival including a good selection of local micro breweries. If you haven't been to one of these events previously, I highly recommend it. (3 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Wine & Food Series - Old South Pearl Street Farmers Market - 05/22/11 01:05 AM
It's that time of year again! Starting June 5th and going through October 30th, the Farmers Market will be back on Old South Pearl Street on Sunday mornings from 9:00am - 1:00pm. The street will be blocked off on the 1500 block of south Pearl and vendors will be setting up their tables and stalls and offering their goods.Things that you will find at the market include: Fruits and vegetablesfresh pastries & breadfresh cut flowersspices & herbssausage and meatschocolate dipped bananas and caramel applesready made foodhelp on setting up your own organic garden and composting Some of the highlights of this (0 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Historic Homes and Buildings - Denver Fire Station #11 - 05/19/11 07:24 PM
Denver Fire Station #11 is one of Denver's few remaining Historic Fire Houses. My fireman buyer "Jerry" brought me by this cool, historic building that is located in the Historic Baker Neighborhood. Located at 40 West 2nd Ave, Denver Fire Station #11 is larger than Station #3 that I previously shared with you. Built in 1936 in the Art Deco style, Denver Fire Station #11 is a two story building with three vehicle bays. Notice the gorgeous Art Deco brick work that is on the front facade of this grande dame.Denver Fire Station #11 houses Engine #11 and Rescue 1. (2 comments)
The Loss of my Childhood Hero and Remembering a Life Long Lesson - 05/17/11 07:34 PM
When you were a child, who was your childhood hero? For some it was Superman, for other others it was the Lone Ranger. For me it was Harmon Killebrew. Who do you ask is Harmon Killebrew? He was one of the greatest baseball players of all time!I was born in Minneapolis and lived there until I was 9. Harmon Killebrew played for the Minnesota Twins. When I was about 5 or 6, Harmon Killebrew was IT! My 5 year old brain thought that he was just about perfect. After all, the sports guy on WCCO was always talking about "Killer Killebrew's" (7 comments)
Travel &; Leisure has rated H Burger in Denver the best burger joint in town. They also ranked Denver the 4th best city in the nation to get a delicious, juicy, mouth watering hamburger. My good friend Jeffrey DiMuria has previously written about his personal challenge to determine the best hamburger in Denver. I would have to agree with Jeff's decision that Park Burger in Platt Park is stupendous! But what's this? Oh, oh Jeff... Travel &; Leisure has decreed that H Burger in Historic Lodo can beat out our beloved buffalo burger at Park Burger! Could it be so???? (4 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Historic Homes and Buildings - Denver Fire House #3 - 05/16/11 07:28 PM
You may remember my recent blog about Jerry, the Denver Fireman that was looking for a home. Well, we did find him a great old Denver Square that has spectacular original woodwork that even includes functional pocket doors between the living room and dining room. Jerry is a true history buff (you wouldn't BELIEVE his collection of fire memorabilia). During our outings to look at homes, Jerry took me by three of Denver's oldest operational Fire Houses. I would like to share with you the oldest in Denver; Fire House #3, which is located at 2500 Washington St. Station #3 serves (4 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Tips at Altitude - The Bluebird Artwalks - 05/13/11 04:48 PM
With spring and summer come all of the wonderful outdoor activities that Denver offers! The 5th annual Bluebird Artwalks is one of them! Held in the Historic Bluebird District which is along Colfax on the north side of Congress Park, the Bluebird Artwalk features art, a fashion show, various galleries, shops, food and drink!The first Bluebird Artwalk of 2011 starts tomorrow, May 14th, at 7:00pm, and will continue to be held the second Saturday of each month throughout the season. The Bluebird Artwalk is a free event, and begins at the Newspeak (located at 2907 E. Colfax) and continues through the (2 comments)
Historic Homes of Denver: Hot New Listings - 263 Soda Creek Court - 05/11/11 09:31 PM
This lovely home is in Dillon, CO and just a few miles from world class skiing at three of Colorado's most popular resorts. Now reduced to $600,000 this walk-out ranch home sits at the end of a cul-de-sac and has phenomenal panoramic views of the snow capped Continental Divide. Wildlife such as Moose, deer, elk, fox and more meander through the valley below. Come take a look at just how breathtaking living in the Rocky Mountains can be! (2 comments)
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