The Hoyt House, at 2849 W 23rd Avenue in Jefferson Park, is one of the last remaining Victorian homes in the neighborhood. On October 18th, the City of Denver's Landmark Preservation Commission recommended historic designation for the structure, based on its historic, architectural, and geographic significance.
The owner of the property has allowed Historic Denver a chance to find a buyer for the home and the adjacent property before the designation application reaches City Council. Click HERE to learn more about the property - and please call Historic Denver at 303-534-5288 if you are interested in the properties.
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Discover Denver is an ambitious and innovative approach to historic resource survey, conducted by Historic Denver, Inc. in partnership with the City and County of Denver. Discover Denver’s mission is threefold: identify the places that matter to Denver’s history (Know It), communicate the value of historic resources (Love It) and nurture a culture of reinvestment.
Visit our flagship property, The Molly Brown House Museum.Historic Denver, Inc. purchased the Molly Brown House in 1970 and began major restoration efforts in order to return the home’s interior and exterior to its early
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As one of the nation’s premier historic preservation organizations, Historic Denver, Inc. protects the historic neighborhoods that make Denver unique. In the 1970s Denver's historic structures faced demolition in epic numbers. In true pioneer spirit, a group of citizens created Historic Denver, Inc. just in time to save one of our city's most celebrated historic homes - that of "unsinkable" Molly Brown. Since then Historic Denver has been the leading voice for preservation through Advocacy, Education, and Technical Assistance. Historic Denver, Inc. is the organization for people who love our city.
Denver Story Trek is an interactive, self-guided exploration through Denver. From parks, street corners, homes and businesses, Denver is full of old places that do not just remind locals that they are home, but that tell the stories of our shared past and remind us that we are not the first people to live, work, play and visit the Mile High City. You can follow a Featured Trek or customize your own tour and learn about the city’s historic landscapes and landmarks. To learn more about Denver Story Trek, click here.