2200 California Honored with Two Awards
Arrow B is honored to announce that our 2200 California project has won two awards this year! The project was awarded a 2018 Historic Denver Community Preservation Award and a 2018 Mayor’s Design Award.
If you’re just tuning in, 2200 California once housed a Texaco service station and Ryder Truck center and later a private collector’s extensive Porsche collection. Now it is transformed into a mixed-use, multi-tenant development that celebrates its past while giving new life to its future. The tenants bring vibrancy and life to the now, rapidly developing Arapahoe Square District.
Historic Denver hosts an Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony that honors several projects with community preservation awards. It is an always sold-out event attended by civic leaders, community members and design and construction professionals. The Mayor’s Design awards honor creative projects throughout the city for excellence in design, architecture and placemaking. The Back to the Future category specifically honors projects that involve preservation or adaptive reuse of historic buildings.
It was incredibly gratifying to have our work recognized in this way. We owe a great debt to VanWest Partners and Spectrum General Contractors for helping us bring this project to life.
To see more of the building, check out our first California blog post. To see many of the amazing items that were once stored there, check out this progress post. Or go here to see the transformation of the warehouse.