See the 16 Denver projects that won 2021 Mayor’s Design Awards

Mayor Michael Hancock has chosen 16 Denver projects to receive a 2021 Mayor’s Design Award.

The awards, presented annually since 2005, highlight excellence in architecture, design and placemaking. The city announced the winners Wednesday during a ceremony at the Studio Loft of the Denver Performing Arts Complex.

“Equity, sustainability and the health of our residents and neighborhoods have been at the forefront of what we do for a long time,” Hancock said in a statement. “You can see these values play out in the 16 winning projects. Any city would be proud to have even a fraction of them open under normal circumstances. The fact that Denver is home to all 16 speaks to our resilience and to our willingness to come together and collaborate, even when times are tough.”

Here’s the 2021 Mayor’s Design Award winners:

JunctionFoodandDrinkJunction Food & Drink

2000 S. Colorado Blvd.

Category: Active Spaces

LarimerSquare

Larimer Square Outdoor Expansion

Larimer Street and 14th Avenue

Category: Active Spaces

ANewOldSchoolA New Old School-Strada Advertising

604 W. 6th Ave.

Category: Back to the Future

BrasserieBrixtonBrasserie Brixton

3701 N. Williams St.

Category: Back to the Future

GurrResidenceGurr Residence

3660 E. Dartmouth Ave.

Category: Back to the Future

BrandonCourtyardBrandon Courtyard

1555 Xavier St.

Category: Density by Design

DenverBotanicGardensDenver Botanic Gardens, Freyer-Newman Center for Science, Art and Education

1085 York St.

Category: Distinctive Denver

McGregorSquareMcGregor Square

19th Avenue and Wazee Street

Category: Distinctive Denver

MeowWolfConvergenceStationMeow Wolf Convergence Station

1338 1st St.

Category: Distinctive Denver

BenzinaRestaurantBenzina Restaurant

4839 E. Colfax Ave.

Category: Neighborhood Gem

OneidaParkOneida Park

2255 Oneida Park

Category: Neighborhood Gem

RaicesBrewingCoRaices Brewing Company

2060 W. Colfax Ave.

Category: Neighborhood Gem

DenverWaterAdmimistrationComplexDenver Water Administration Complex

1600 W. 12th Ave.

Category: Sustainable Style

TheLinkThe Link

1490 Curtis St.

Category: Sustainable Style

BoilerHouse 2Boiler House Residence

3850 York St.

Category: This Is Home

LaTelaLa Tela

603 Inca St.

Category: This is Home

Denver mayor picks architecture design award winners

Mayor Michael Hancock has chosen 16 Denver projects to receive a 2021 Mayor’s Design Award.

The awards, presented annually since 2005, highlight excellence in architecture, design and placemaking. The city announced the winners Wednesday during a ceremony at the Studio Loft of the Denver Performing Arts Complex.

“Equity, sustainability and the health of our residents and neighborhoods have been at the forefront of what we do for a long time,” Hancock said in a statement. “You can see these values play out in the 16 winning projects. Any city would be proud to have even a fraction of them open under normal circumstances. The fact that Denver is home to all 16 speaks to our resilience and to our willingness to come together and collaborate, even when times are tough.”

Here’s the 2021 Mayor’s Design Award winners:

JunctionFoodandDrinkJunction Food & Drink

The city’s annual recognition highlights excellence in architecture, design and placemaking in several categories.

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