Finding A New Purpose For Old Buildings: Adaptive Reuse Is On The Rise

Ever since nationally renowned preservationist Dana Crawford saved Denver’s historic Larimer Square from the wrecking ball in the 1960s, adaptive reuse projects have become part of the city’s fabric.

In addition to Denver’s most famous adaptive reuse projects, such as Union Station, The Source, REI and Stanley Marketplace, there are some newer, lesser-known examples...


RSK: This works well where you have a good amount of old industrial inventory. We do not have that luxury about the Oscar Meyer site?
Ken Notes: I have been preaching the adaptive reuse sermon since I was a mayor in 1998-2002, we are going to see lots of available brick and mortar as retail giants fall. How quickly we adapt will define our community...

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