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1891 – Kittredge Building, Denver

Architect: A. Morris Stuckert



The Kittredge Building features a facade clad in native granite and rhyolite and was one of the first elevator buildings in the downtown area. Completed in 1891, the Kittredge Building was designed by architect A. Morris Stuckert in a Richardsonian Romanesque style.

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