The El Jebel Shrine, located in the Regis neighborhood of northwest Denver, was built in 1928 by the Shriners to be used as the fraternal club’s meeting space and in recent years has become home to countless high school proms and Quinceañeras. Craine Architecture is working together with Clear Creek Homes, Confluence Builder’s for sale company, to transform the original mosque into 24 high-end condominiums. The project is officially titled, Mirador at Tennyson and has an estimated twelve month construction schedule. Due to the historic nature of the building, Craine Architecture is also working with Denver’s landmark committee to maintain the building’s historic integrity. Each condominium floor plan is unique in layout and they vary from approximately 1000 to 2500 square feet. Interior finishes within the condominiums will be high-end and the project is currently tracking to become LEED silver certified. The building will also include an indoor parking garage, fitness center and club room. The transformation of the Shrine building is one component of the 5.6 acre site’s master plan which includes single family homes and duplexes developed by Koelbel Urban Homes.