Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Thursday recognized 12 recently completed projects for their contributions to the “visual fabric” of the city.
The Mayor’s Design Awards date back to 2005, according to a city news release This year, Hancock picked a city-spanning group of projects representing a variety of uses; from apartment towers to new restaurant spaces, to a piece of public art. They can be found as far south as the Denver Tech Center and as far east as Montbello.
This year’s winner are:
Woodie Fisher Kitchen + Bar, 1999 Chestnut Place
The Nine Hundred Penn condos, 900 Pennsylvania St.
Hyder Construction headquarters, 1031 Santa Fe Drive
Junction 23 office building, 2323 Delgany St.
“Home Sweet Montbello” mural, Andrews Drive and Peoria Street
The Constellation Ice Cream, 10175 E. 29th Drive
The Grand Denver apartment building, 1777 Chestnut Place
The Lydian apartment building, 2590 Welton St.
Silver Lining House for homeless youth, 357 Broadway
50Fifty DTC office building, 5050 S. Syracuse St.
SugarSquare office building, 1544 Wazee St.
Riverview at 1700 Platte office building, 1700 Platte Street
The awardees were recognized at a ceremony held Thursday night at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
“These exceptional buildings and spaces are examples of design that is intentional and done with care, that improves our neighborhoods and our city, and that has the power to motivate and inspire,” Hancock said in a statement.
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