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Left To Right: Tom Martin, General Manager of Dairy Block; Mark Witkiewicz, McWHINNEY; Bruce Phillips, Grand American; Chad McWhinney, McWHINNEY; Walter Isenberg, Sage Hospitality; Peter Karpinski, Sage Restaurant Group

The Face of Real Estate Development

DAIRY BLOCK | McWhinney, Sage Hospitality, Sage Restaurant Group, Grand American

As a building with a “notable” past, the Windsor Farm Dairy was built in 1918 on the corner of 18th and Blake. Ninety-nine years later, this historic collection of buildings will soon make its name as Dairy Block, becoming the first, full city block development in downtown Denver.

In walking distance to Union Station, this unique block will feature urban office space; a gorgeous contemporary independent brand hotel, The Maven, Kachina Southwestern Grill and Poka Lola Social Club. Adding to the unique qualities of this historic Denver remake will be the gathering of an eclectic mix of retail merchants. Reminiscent of a quaint European alleyway, The Alley will feature a collection of American heritage brands, Colorado originals, international retailers, as well as new and surprising vendors.

Destined to become the most vibrant, walkable, mixed-use development at the very heart of the city, visitors will discover something new around every corner. This unique combination of inspiring and historical architecture with modern amenities will be a spectacular addition to Denver’s thriving cultural expansion.

“One foot in memory and one foot in prophecy to create a legacy.”

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