Colorado Mid-Century Modern Residential Buildings

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Magic Mushroom House

Brenton House
Boulder, CO
The Brenton House was designed in 1969 by Charles Haertling. This mushroom-like building is composed of five pods. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Menkick House
Boulder, CO
The Menkick House was designed by Charles Haertling and built in 1970. In 2013, the house was on the market for about $5 million. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Boulder:
Volsky House

Parkway Towers
Denver, CO
The Parkway Towers were built in 1962. [map]

House [gone]
Denver, CO
This House at Leetsdale & East Shangri La Drive was built in 1964 for Harold and Frayde Leventhal. It was demolished in 2016.

Rush Razee House
Denver, CO
The Rush Razee House was designed by Charles Haertling and built in 1970. The second story with the windows was added later. For more, see this website. [map]

Windsor Gardens
Denver, CO
The Windsor Gardens condominium buildings for retired adults were built between 1962 and 1973. The 72 buildings feature the extensive use of concrete block screens. The tower was built in 1962 and contained a 12-foot-tall sculpture of a nude couple embracing named "Eternal Youth." The revolving sculpture was created by Alford M. Terry. The statue fell in 2022. After it is repaired, it will be installed at the base of the tower. [map]

More Denver:
Albion Apartments
Hightower Apartments
Metropolitan Apartments

Frank R. Ross
Greenwood Village, CO
The Frank R. Ross house was designed by James T. Ream and built in 1966. It is also referred to as the Varner House. For more, see this website. [map]

Florida Apartments
Lakewood, CO
The Florida Apartments were built in 1961. [map]