Did you know?
Urban legend holds that a tunnel once connected The Brown Palace Hotel with the historic Navarre building across the street. It is rumored that gentlemen staying at the hotel traveled discreetly by rail car through the tunnel to the Navarre, a one-time house of gambling and prostitution.
Historic Denver receives annual program support from the following donors. We thank them! Without their ongoing support we would not be able to continue our important advocacy, education and preservation work. To become a sponsor of our website, please contact Annie Levinsky at (303) 534-5288, ext. 1
To view sponsors for specific programs or exhibit, visit the Annual Dinner
page, One Past 5 Event Accouncements
or the Molly Brown House Museum website
To become a sponsor or supporter please contact our office at (303) 534-5288 ext. 5.
Casey Miller is an Annual Sponsor of Historic Denver, Inc. Casey leverages his affiliation with Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty to exceptionally market homes in all price points - with an emphasis on historic and architecturally significant homes in and around Denver. He enthusiastically promotes the lifestyle that comes with living in homes of various styles including the classic Tudors and Bungalows of Bonnie Brae, Platt Park and Washington Park (where he lives with his wife Rebecca and dog Madison) to the large estates and Mansions of Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, Highland, Mayfair, Montclair, Park Hill and other central Denver neighborhoods.
He even successfully markets castles, and in 2012 was proud to market and sell Denver’s only true castle…the Richthofen Castle in Montclair. The castle is a National Landmark, Historic Denver’s first easement property, and one of Denver’s most significant residential structures. “I use proprietary financial analysis gained from my previous career to advise sellers on how to get the most for their properties, and to counsel buyers so that they get the absolute best value when purchasing historic properties. I have found that my background in architecture and construction is invaluable in educating my clients about the various pitfalls that can come with owning and maintaining older homes.”
A fifth generation native, Casey has established very strong connections within the real estate community which allow him to market homes as no one else can (through his network), and he often times knows of properties that are for sale, but not yet listed in the MLS. Casey joins the board of Historic Denver, Inc. in 2012 and has been active in the One Past 5 Group since its formation in 2009. Casey is a full time professional and prides himself on providing the highest level of service to help you accomplish your goals.
Casey Miller can be reached at:
cell: 720.201.2755 | email: Casey.Miller@SothebysRealty.com | web: www.CaseyMillerProperties.com
The Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)
In 1988, greater Denver metropolitan area voters created the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District to provide a consistent source of unrestricted funding to scientific and cultural organizations. Since then, the SCFD has funded over 300 organizations via the 0.1% retail sales and use tax (a penny on every $10). And the SCFD is a great value! In 2000, the average per capita SCFD tax collection was $14.58.
The SCFD facilitates the annual distribution of $38 million in tax funds to organizations that provide for the enlightenment and entertainment of the public through the production, preservation, exhibition, advancement or preservation of art, music, theater, dance, zoology, botany, natural history or cultural history.