3840 York Street Office TI

About the Project

This project is a 5,000 square-foot office renovation in a World War II era building, part of the Denver Medical Depot, on the federal historic registry. All the finishes have been stripped back to their original state, revealing a space that is both historic and modern industrial, with exposed brick and wood floor joists. The Denver Medical Depot’s history dates back to 1942, when it acted as a U.S. Army storage and distribution center for medical equipment and supplies. It is an example of World War II era military installation construction and was designed by Denver architect Temple Buell.

Location: Denver, CO

Architect(s): Kemberlin Architecture

Owner: Columbia Group


Original building constructed


Project for Columbia Group


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