loader image
Skip to content

Lowenstein Theater
Denver, CO

Back to Projects  

Property Stats

Property Type: Legacy

Completion: 2002

In 2005, St. Charles Town Company purchased the vacant Lowenstein Theater and adjacent land along Denver’s blighted East Colfax Avenue. The Lowenstein Theater project is an award-winning $16 million retail development that served as an anchor for the long-awaited redevelopment of East Colfax. Financing included loans from the City of Denver’s Office of Economic Development, tax-increment reimbursement loans, historic tax credit equity, and conventional financing. Original tenants include some of Denver’s best-known independent retailers including Tattered Cover Book Store, Twist and Shout Records, The Denver Film Society and Chipotle. The development includes 56,400 square feet of retail and a 230-space parking structure. Most importantly, the project incorporates the preservation of the mid-century modern Lowenstein Theater. St. Charles received the 2006 Community Preservation Award from Historic Denver and the 2007 AIA Merit Award for its work on the redevelopment.

Copyright St. Charles Town Company. All rights Reserved. Powered by SideCar PR.