Yr. Converted: 2006
Construction Type: Brick
Lofts is located at Arapahoe & 21st Streets, close
enough to downtown Denver to walk to any location, but
away from the hustle of central Lodo. Just a few blocks
from Coors Field, it's also close to an array of Denver
restaurants, pubs, museums, and cultural performances.
elegant 3-story historic building was built in 1891 and
features a stone foundation and a three-bay, cast-iron
storefront. It is typical of late 19th century commercial
style architecture, and is the work of Richard Phillips,
with construction accomplished by Hallack and Howard builders.
1935, the residential hotel portion of the building reopened
as the Paris Hotel, named for Paris Hargis, the proprietor.
in 2006, the building is one of the latest historic conversions
in downtown Denver and located in an area still undergoing
a renaissance, like Lodo in the early 1990s. It features
some of the more unique and affordable residential lofts
found anywhere in Downtown Denver. Features include:
Floors, Granite Counters and Designer Cabinets
City and Interior Courtyard Views