The winners of the 2015 Mayor's Design Awards
honoring excellence in architecture, exterior design and placemaking were honored at a recent ceremony held in the Chambers Grant Salon at Kevin Taylor's at the Opera House at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Created in 2005, the awards are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits, artists and others for their creative contributions to the public realm through innovative design.
Projects that involve the preservation and adaptive reuse of historic buildings:
• Bradford Real Estate Office, 2956 W. 32nd Ave.
• The Armstrong Center for Dance, 1075 Santa Fe Dr.
• The Moffat Depot, Balfour at Riverfront Park, 1500 Little Raven St.
• Wurstküche Restaurant, 2036 Broadway
• Industry, 3001 Brighton Blvd.
Category: This is Home
• Gulliver-Lynch House, 227 S. Lincoln St.
• Curtis Park Garden Cottage, 2857 Stout St.
Category: Building Well, Living Well
Projects that promote community health through active living, access to healthy food and transit, or walkability:
• Art In Transit, 3200 - 5200 W. Colfax
Category: Density by Design
Multi-family and mixed-use developments:
• 16M, 1560 Market St.
• My Block – Wash Park, 255 Washington St.
Category: Neighborhood Gem
Projects that exemplify the unique character of their neighborhoods:
• Mestizo-Curtis Park Playground, 3181 Champa St.
• Izakaya Den, 1487A S. Pearl St.
• Whittier Alley Loop, 4 blocks between Williams & Race Streets
• The Butterfly Walk, La Alma Lincoln Park, 1100 Mariposa St.
Category: Distinctive Denver
Projects with unique features or elements that set them apart from similar structures, uses and building forms:
• The Boathouse, 1850 Platte St.
• Union Station North & South Buildings, 1705 17th St. & 1615 Wynkoop St.
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