Dairy Block was once home to Windsor Dairy—led and brought to prominence by H. Brown Cannon. Mr. Cannon was born in Michigan in 1868 and moved to Colorado in 1888. He went straight to work in the dairy industry, which eventually forged the path to him acquiring the dairy himself. The Dairy Block site was cemented as a state-of-the-art home for Windsor Dairy in a landmark real estate deal inked in 1920.
Windsor Dairy was known for unparalleled levels of quality, freshness and purity—sought after by Denver’s most prestigious families. With the enormous success of the dairy, H. Brown Cannon went on to have important leadership roles and influence throughout the city of Denver, serving as a county commissioner under former Mayor Speer and as the first state dairy inspector under appointment by Governor Alva Adams.
Dairy Block is a unique micro-district in the heart of Denver’s historic LoDo neighborhood that continues the tradition of quality and craftsmanship originally established by H. Brown Cannon. Today visitors to Dairy Block will encounter countless opportunities to find the unexpected.
From delectable bites and beverages to personalized retail and small batch goods—Dairy Block is a true Denver experience.