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Luna Park replaced Manhattan Beach Amusement Park after it burnt down. The main attractions at Luna...
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In 1913, Golda Meir moved in with her older sister on 1606 Julian St. Later in life Golda Meir...
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Fuente de Vision is now a popular church near West Colfax. However, it was originally Yad Achass -...
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Beth Israel was founded in 1905 as a hospital and geriatric center.
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Since 1999, Beacon Place has provided transitional housing for homeless residents, primarily single...
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In 1891, tons of sand were shipped to the north shores of Sloan Lake to create the Manhattan Beach...
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Timeline Early History Native Americans settled in the area currently known as West Colfax around...
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Designed by Denver architect Maurice Biscoe, the 1914 building was the smallest of eight branch...
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Earl W. “Eddie” Bohn was born in 1902 to German immigrants in Denver. When he was 18, Bohn moved...
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In 1890, Sister Mary Huberta approached Colorado's Bishop Matz about building a larger...
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West Colfax has embodied all the major transportation trends in American history. In the 1850s,...
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Reverand Richard Leyba leads this non-denominational congregation. It is housed in the former...
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A group of men and boys pose for a photograph. There are pennants with ''News / Times'' on them...
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West Colfax BID

303-623-3232

3275 W 14th Ave, #202

Denver, CO 80204