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Longtime Denver developer Charlie Woolley not slowing down

Historic photo of Charlie Woolley

Oct. 10, 2021

Longtime Denver developer Charlie Woolley may be getting a lifetime achievement award, but he’s not slowing down.

The founder of St. Charles Town Company has become known for his crafty adaptive re-use projects with landmark buildings and an eye toward affordable housing.

In fact, Woolley is about to embark on his most challenging development yet, and after 28 years the first outside of the city of Denver.

“It’s amazing to be recognized for anything you do, but this is a big deal,” said Woolley of Historic Denver’s decision to grant him the Keystone Award for lifetime achievement.

Historic Denver’s CEO Annie Levinsky said Woolley’s Lowenstein Theater complex, 2526 E. Colfax Ave. and Savageau Building on east Colfax Avenue have been transformative for the area.

Read the rest of the Denver Gazette article here

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