Denver’s emerging Dairy Block hit another growth spurt today.
Denver’s newest micro-district redevelopment in the heart of Lower Downtown – was recently honored as Deal of the Year at the 2017 NAIOP Colorado Awards of Achievement.
Ideally situated in Denver’s bustling LoDo neighborhood, the Maven is the perfect home base for families looking to explore the Mile High City
Huckleberry Roasters and The Perfect Petal are now open at Dairy Block lobby off of Wazee Street between 18th and 19th streets.
Dairy Block is the type of place you’d want to be if the apocalypse happened
Denver Chef Frank Bonanno will open Milk Market at Dairy Block, a food hall featuring 15 restaurants and bars, in 15,000 square feet of space on the ground floor of the office and hotel building.
A former Irish bar on Blake Street is trading in its shamrock for a more vibrant flower.
Cuvee’s new Dairy Block location featured in Ventures Fall/Winter 2017
From moment one, authenticity has been the cornerstone of Cuvee. From the way the company’s homes are constructed, to the art that hangs on their walls, all the way to the experiences Cuvee offers its guests. At the very core of it all, Cuvee believes in authenticity. In taking cues from the past while building on them for the future. And so the recent development of Denver’s Dairy Block – a historic 1920 Denver landmark turned innovative mixed-use space – was the perfect place for the company to establish its new headquarters.