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Civic Center Officially Becomes Denver's First National Historic Landmark

Denver's Civic Center is now officially a designated National Historic Landmark. This is Denver’s first National Historic Landmark or NHL and it’s a prestigious recognition. Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, designated Denver’s Civic Center a NHL on Wednesday.


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The NHL designation extends from the State Capitol on the east side of Broadway to the Denver City and County Building on the west side of Bannock. State properties included within the boundary are: the State Capitol and its grounds; the State Office Building (northeast corner of Colfax and Sherman); the ”Colorado State Museum” building (southeast corner of E. 14th and Sherman, which is now used as an office and meeting annex for the capitol); Lincoln Park and Veterans Park. City properties included are: Civic Center Park, the McNichols Building (Carnegie Library), the Greek Amphitheater, Voorhies Memorial, the Pioneer Monument, and the City and County Building (14th and Bannock).

[ civiccenterconservancy.org ]

Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock, Shared this on Twitter


@MayorHancock, Twitter

While this is the first NHL in Denver, Colorado has 22 National Historic Landmarks.
 



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Topics : Civic CenterNational Historic Landmark
Locations : ColoradoDenver
People : Ken SalazarLincoln ParkMichael Hancock




 
10/18/2012 11:39AM
Civic Center Officially Becomes Denver's First National Historic Landmark
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