Firehouse No. 5: Mixed-Use Remodel

EVstudio’s Structural and Civil Engineering teams have joined Infinity Property Collection and Meridian 105 Architecture to work on an exciting update and adaptive remodel to a historical firehouse in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood.  Located in the center of LoHi, at West 32nd Avenue and Erie Street, the building was originally built in the 1890s for Hose Company No.5, which was most likely a volunteer fire department and was the home of the horse-drawn pump carriages for the neighborhood. After decades of use for different purposes, sprinkled with decades of vacancy, the Firehouse begins its newest chapter as a mixed-use commercial building.

Interior walls were cleared, the historic brick revealed, and new, metal sheeting wraps around one side and over the top, creating a modern frame for the beautiful old brick and architectural features of the original firehouse.  The lower and first levels will house restaurants, while the upper two levels will be used as one-of-a-kind open floor plan office spaces.

Total Interior SF: 14,097 SF

Developer: Infinity Property Collection
Architect: Meridian 105 Architecture

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