SACRED SPACES:

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013
COFFEE AT 8:30
BUILDING TOUR AT 9:00


2013 Media Partner: Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine

Situated at East 17th Avenue and Sherman Street, this 1892 red sandstone church in the Richardsonian Romanesque style is one of Frank E. Edbrooke’s masterpieces. Edbrooke is known for other significant buildings in Denver as well, many of them influenced by his Chicago upbringing, such as the Brown Palace Hotel, the Navarre, the Oxford Hotel, and the Denver Dry Goods Company. “Central Pres” remains another lovely reminder that church spires once dominated Denver’s skyline.*

Location: Meet for Coffee at the Brown Palace Coffee & Tea Company at 321 17th Street, Denver. Tour is located at 1660 Sherman Street, Denver.

Cost: $10 general, no cost to ICAA Members

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* From Denver, The City Beautiful by Barbara Norgren & Thomas Noel and Denver Landmarks by Langdon Morris, AIA. The photo is from the Denver Public Library’s Western History Collection. Visit http://www.centraldenver.com/