Yr. Converted: 1994
Construction Type: Brick / Heavy Timber
Stables is located right across from Union Station in
the heart of Denver's historic lower downtown (LoDo).
The convenient location offers easy access to all Lodo
restaurants, pubs and entertainment. Originally constructed
in 1882, Streetcar is one of the older buildings downtown,
and has both national and state historic designations.
The original owner was the Denver City Railway Co. who
used the building to store streetcars and horses.
renovation in the early 1990's, the original facade was
left intact with the exception of the roof. The lofts
on the 4th floor added a new mezzanine level with balconies.
136,000 square foot Streetcar Stables has 43 premier luxury
lofts with first floor retail that includes two restaurants,
a liquor store and a coffee house. The basement contains
parking for the lofts. Other features of the loft residences
heavy timber beams and exposed brick walls
duct works and open floorplans
on upper floor lofts
and city views