Colorado Mid-Century Modern: Roof & Canopies

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Hangar 61
Denver, CO
Hangar 61 was designed by Milo Ketchum. It was built in 1959 for the Ideal Cement Company's airplane. This building is all that remains for the Stapleton Airport which closed in 1994. The building housed the Stapleton Fellowship Church since 2007. It now houses the Arise Church Denver. For more, see this website. [map]

Denver Coliseum
Denver, CO
The Denver Coliseum was designed by Anton Tedesko and built in 1951. The roof was made from 5,400 tons of concrete. For more, see this website. [map]

Penn Square Apartments
Denver, CO
The Penn Square Apartments were built from 1967-1968. In the mid-1970s, the building was converted into condos. [map]

Rainbo Baking Company
Commerce City, CO
The Rainbo Baking Company building was built in 1956. It features a trio of connected concrete barrel vaults. In 2015, the sign was removed and destroyed. The building now houses Bimbo Bakeries. [map]

Sebastiani Gym
Trinidad, CO
Bud Werner Memorial Library
Steamboat Springs, CO
The Sebastiani Gym is part of the Holy Trinity Church School. It was built in 1957. [map]

The Bud Werner Memorial Library was built in 1967. [map]

Caņon City, CO
Cuca's Mexican Restaurant
Pueblo, CO
This AT&T store appears to be from the 1960s. Does anyone know what business was here originally? [map]

Cuca's Mexican Restaurant was apparently an eight-sided building originally with a dome top. It appears to be a mid-century construction. A larger addition was attached to the back of the building at some point. Does anyone know what was here originally? By 2018, the building was housing Club Ice. [map]

More Colorado Mid-Century Modern Roofs & Canopies:
Maytag Aviation Building (Colorado Springs)
C-70 Building (Denver)
May D&F (Denver) [vintage; gone]
shopping center (Denver)
Women's Club (Denver)
Wonder Bread (Denver)
Big Top Stores (various cities)