We are honored that The Wheatley was recognized for this award. Craine Architecture designed this mixed-use project with 82 for-rent apartments, 14 for-sale townhomes, and a 3,800-square-foot office which Craine Architecture proudly calls home. Context was paramount in design considerations—ensuring that the building sensitively responded to the historic context of the Five Points Neighborhood. It was a pleasure working with our client, Palisade Partners, as well as with Confluence Builders.
At the 48th Annual Historic Denver Dinner, The Mirador received a Community Preservation Award. Confluence Companies hired Craine Architecture to sensitively transform the historic El Jebel Shrine into 24 luxury condominiums while retaining the grandeur of the original shrine. What a pleasure it was working to preserve 65,000 square feet of history while also ensuring the project was LEED Silver Certified.