574 Santa Fe Drive | Denver, CO
Wheelhouse Construction occupies approximately 3,000 square feet in the 3-story, 17,000 square foot building located in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District. Wheelhouse Construction went right to work renovating its new space, which it designed in-house, to be both a showroom and office space with the finishes representing the diversity of construction styles they can perform. One office facade incorporates rustic, loft-style elements, and another represents a modern building with decorative tile and stone work. There is also an open area with a co-working feel and a conference area featuring a large table re-purposed from an old printing press.
The building opened in 1911, and was originally erected by the Silver State Camp of the Woodmen of the World as their group headquarters. The “Woodmen” was a fraternal benefit organization (similar to the Elks, or the Masons) that really had nothing to do with woodworkers, but served as a life insurance company, among other things, to pay benefits to the families of its members when the member died. The building interior was most recently renovated in 2008 by its previous owner, a software company. Much of the original brick work has been restored, which generates a modern trendy-traditional feel. Plans are now underway for Wheelhouse Construction to revitalize the exterior of the building as soon as weather permits.
Wheelhouse Construction is excited to be utilizing such a unique space that restores a part of Denver’s history. Throughout this project the team truly brought to life their motto of “Building the Future… Restoring the Past”.
|Name:||Wheelhouse Showroom / Offices|
|Address:||574 Santa Fe Drive|