Denver Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 1)

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Buerger Brothers Building
Denver, CO
The Buerger Brothers Building was built in 1929 and updated in 1937. It was designed by Montana Fallis and is considered one of the finest examples of Art Deco in Colorado. This building housed the company's offices and distribution center. Today, it is used for retail space and lofts. [map]

University Building
Denver, CO
The University Building was built in 1911 as the A.C. Foster Building. It was renamed the University Building in 1929 and this entrance was remodeled then. [map]

Fire Department #11
Denver, CO
Bryant-Webster Elementary School
Denver, CO
This Fire Department #11 building was built from 1936-1937 with WPA funding. For more, see this website. [map]

The Bryant-Webster Elementary School was built in 1931. The building was designed by G. Meredith and J. Roger Musick. [map]

bus station
Denver, CO
The building housing this bus station appears to be from the 1920s or 1930s. Does anyone know more about this building? [map]

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Denver, CO
This building housing the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless was built around 1935. The building was designed by Rodney S. Davis. It may have housed a 20th Century Fox film distributor originally. [map]

Mullen Building
Denver, CO
The Mullen Building was built in 1936 as the Mullen Home for Nurses. It was designed by Temple Buell. [map]

Horace Mann Middle School
Denver, CO
The Horace Mann Middle School was designed by Temple Buell and built in 1931. [map]

Robert W. Steele Elementary School
Denver, CO
The Robert W. Steele Elementary School was built in 1929. [map]

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