Sitting squarely at the intersection of aesthetics and function, architecture defines placemaking. In Denver, that means both retaining historic character and redefining the public realm with cutting-edge buildings and places. The city's architects strive to make a place that ultimately functions more efficiently for its residents by balancing infrastructure and art. The end goal: designing a better city.  

Development News art hotel

Conde Naste names the ART hotel No. 1

Dandy Lion Coffee to open at Zeppelin Station

Riverfront plaza opens at Confluence Park

Frank Bonanno to open food hall at Dairy Block

Development News pyramid list

Studio NYL opens second office in RiNo

Craft makers open up shop in North Denver

Development News centric list

First residents move into Centric LoHi

Development News moxy list

Moxy hotel to open in Cherry Creek

DAM work to begin in November

Development News born list

Hotel Born opens in Denver's Union Station neighborhood

Oakwood Homes takes over Reunion development

Scary business: 13th Floor haunted house relocates to larger space

Zen Compound to open in old City Hall event space

Development News perry row list

Perry Row at Sloans model opens

Interactive artwork unveiled at Levitt Pavilion

Development News dairy block list

New tenants announced for Dairy Block

Development News ash street list

Affordable housing opens in Hale neighborhood

Ubergrippen climbing gym opens in northeast Denver

Denver is nation's seventh-greenest city

Downtown has seen $5.3 billion investment in five years

JCC renamed Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center

Cucci's El Five restaurant opens for business

Milwaukee firm acquires Burkettdesign

Cherry Creek gets new event space

Design center to offer one-stop shopping

McWhinney starts two apartment projects

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