It has been awhile since I have posted any new content on Denver Urban Review. I have often thought of ways to deliver new posts to Denver Urban Review while finding balance with my other commitments- my photography business has really taken off the last couple of years
I have received enthusiastic encouragement from individuals to find a way to keep Denver Urban Review going. With that being said, I am looking forward to posting content that focuses on individual buildings that contribute to the mosaic of Denver’s architecture. These will be brief, informative, and will include a few of my favorite photos I have snagged of the building.
I will cover both new and old structures that have are of architectural interest in the Mile High City.
And here we go:
Here is a look at Denver’s SugarCube Building. I captured these photos in July of this year. SugarCube is located at 1555 Blake St. in Lower Downtown Denver. The building was designed byBruce Kuwabara, founding partner of Kuwabara Payne McKenna Bluemberg.
SugarCube was completed in 2008 and contains retail, residential, and office space. Urban Villages manages the property and also served as the developer.