Colorado Mid-Century Modern Buildings (page 2)

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Canon City:
Fremont County Administration Building

Broadmoor International Center
Colorado Springs, CO
The Broadmoor International Center was designed by Carlisle B. Guy and Edwin A. Francis and built in 1961. It served as a convention center across the street from the Broadmoor Hotel. The building is now obscured by additions and trees. For more, see this website. [map]

El Paso County Courthouse
Colorado Springs, CO
The El Paso County Courthouse was designed by Edward Bunts & Robert Muir and built in 1967. [map]

El Paso County Office Building
Colorado Springs, CO
Veterans Memorial
Colorado Springs, CO
The El Paso County Office Building was designed by Earle A. Deits and built from 1957-1960. It originally housed a courthouse. It now houses the Office of the Sheriff. [map]

This Veterans Memorial was dedicated in 1968. It is located in Memorial Park. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Maytag Aircraft Building
Colorado Springs, CO
The Maytag Aircraft Building was designed by Dietz Lusk & John J. Wallace and built in 1957. It housed Maytag Aircraft from then until 1992. The building now houses the McMahan, Karber & Associates accounting firm. For more, see this website. [map]

Citadel Mall
Colorado Springs, CO
The Citadel Mall was built from 1970-1972. This former Denver Dry Goods anchor store with the three decorative panels was built then. The store later housed other department stores including a Mervyn's. It now houses a Burlington Coat Factory. [map]

Moffat County Courthouse

Post Office

Fast Cash Pawn
Englewood, CO
The Fast Cash Pawn building was built in 1960. I don't know what the building houses originally but there was a Magnificent Matador restaurant at that address. I don't if this building was used for that or if the restaurant was demolished for this building. [map]

Beaver Meadows Visitor Center
Estes Park, CO
The Beaver Meadows Visitor Center is also known as the Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building. The building is located in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was designed by Taliesin Associated Architects and completed in 1967. For more, see this website. [map]