Originally constructed in the late 1800s as the Windsor Stables, famed architect John W. Roberts, noted for his contribution to Trinity Church in New York City, moved to Denver to lend his hand in the construction of the Windsor Hotel and its accompanying service building and stables.
A Diamond in the Rough.
By the 1970s, LoDo was in dire straits and in desperate need of a pick-me-up. Enter William Saslow, the visionary behind the LoDo renaissance. Through creative wizardry, Saslow successfully converted the service building into eleven charming live/work spaces… A modern solution for a historic gem.
The ground floor is charming and inviting. Oversized glass windows wrap around the building’s façade washing the interior’s voluminous living area. A powder room and kitchen create a standalone platform.
“Whether you’re a wine connoisseur in search of the perfect venue to store your collection, a card player looking for a secret place to gather or a film aficionado yearning for a dark room, this area is for you!”
A Private Retreat.
The upstairs apartment can be retained as one or separated into a single residence or office. With a fully-functioning chef’s kitchen and a three-quarter bathroom the opportunities are limitless.
The Upstairs Flat.
- Windows Wrapping Two Walls
- Atmospheric Eleven Foot Ceilings
- Built-in Media Cabinet and Wardrobe
- Renovated Kitchen with Ample Storage Space
- Stackable Washer and Dryer
- Direct Access to Outdoor Terrace
An Urban Getaway.
The rooftop terrace is a sanctuary in the city. Overlooking the bustling streets below, kick-back and relax underneath the shade of an umbrella.
Take a plunge in the community swimming pool or enjoy the outdoors with a game of tennis. In a development this small, it almost feels like the amenities are private to you!
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 2
- Above Grade SF: 1,749
- Finished SF: 2,423
- Parking: One Reserved Stall
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