• Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • Denver Union Station Denver, Colorado

    Denver’s iconic Union Station – located at the foot of LoDo – has been transformed into the centerpiece of a 19.5 acre, $900 million redevelopment that includes multi-modal transportation, including a rail link to the airport and commuter bus center.  The train station, first built in 1881 and rededicated with its Great Hall in 1914, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.  Spearheaded by the Union Station Alliance and under the management of Sage Hospitality, $50 million was spent transforming the station into the 110-room Hotel Crawford, named for preservation pioneer Dana Crawford, with associated uniquely Denver restaurants and shopping venues.
    Denver, Colorado

    Cost: $50,000,000

    Previous Use: Train Station

    Current Use: Hotel with restaurant and shopping

     

    Photos (1, 4 and 5) by: Ellen Jaskol (courtesy of Sage Hospitality)

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • The Nines/Macy’s (Meier & Frank Department Store) Portland, Oregon

    The Portland Development Commission spearheaded a $160 million redevelopment of Portland’s downtown Meier & Frank Department Store.  Occupying a full city block, the 13-story building was Oregon’s largest building.  The redevelopment project included retaining the department store (now Macy’s) on the lower five floors and constructing Oregon’s first six star hotel, The Nines operated by Sage Hospitality, on the upper floors.  Heritage served first as consultant to the Development Commission and later as the historic preservation consultant to the project.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $130,000,000

    Previous Use: Department Store

    Current Use: Hotel and Department Store

  • Lafayette Building / Philadelphia Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Constructed in 1907 by the estate of philanthropist and banker, Stephen Girard, the Lafayette Building was designed by noted architect, James Windrim and named for the Marquis de Lafayette.  The rehabilitation transformed the vacant office building into a Kimpton Hotel Monaco.  Located across from Independence Hall, the rooms overlook the adjacent mall and the rooftop bar and lounge incorporate original rooftop pavilions and provide a unique outdoor experience.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $54,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant offices

    Current Use: hotel

  • Lafayette Building / Philadelphia Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Constructed in 1907 by the estate of philanthropist and banker, Stephen Girard, the Lafayette Building was designed by noted architect, James Windrim and named for the Marquis de Lafayette.  The rehabilitation transformed the vacant office building into a Kimpton Hotel Monaco.  Located across from Independence Hall, the rooms overlook the adjacent mall and the rooftop bar and lounge incorporate original rooftop pavilions and provide a unique outdoor experience.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $54,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant offices

    Current Use: hotel

  • Lafayette Building / Philadelphia Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Constructed in 1907 by the estate of philanthropist and banker, Stephen Girard, the Lafayette Building was designed by noted architect, James Windrim and named for the Marquis de Lafayette.  The rehabilitation transformed the vacant office building into a Kimpton Hotel Monaco.  Located across from Independence Hall, the rooms overlook the adjacent mall and the rooftop bar and lounge incorporate original rooftop pavilions and provide a unique outdoor experience.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $54,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant offices

    Current Use: hotel

  • Lafayette Building / Philadelphia Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Constructed in 1907 by the estate of philanthropist and banker, Stephen Girard, the Lafayette Building was designed by noted architect, James Windrim and named for the Marquis de Lafayette.  The rehabilitation transformed the vacant office building into a Kimpton Hotel Monaco.  Located across from Independence Hall, the rooms overlook the adjacent mall and the rooftop bar and lounge incorporate original rooftop pavilions and provide a unique outdoor experience.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $54,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant offices

    Current Use: hotel

  • Orlando Utilities Commission Administration Building / Aloft Orlando Downtown Orlando, Florida

    Constructed in 1967, Heritage successfully nominated this modern office building to the National Register of Historic Places, before the building was 50 years old.  The original sleek marble and wood surfaces were restored and incorporated into the hotel’s meeting rooms and guestrooms. These mid-century finishes are harmonious with the streamline, contemporary aesthetic of the Aloft brand. The successful rehabilitation demonstrates the opportunity for the reuse of underutilized mid-century, downtown buildings.
    Orlando, Florida
    Cost: $20,000,000
    Previous Use: vacant offices
    Current Use: hotel
  • Orlando Utilities Commission Administration Building / Aloft Orlando Downtown Orlando, Florida

    Constructed in 1967, Heritage successfully nominated this modern office building to the National Register of Historic Places, before the building was 50 years old.  The original sleek marble and wood surfaces were restored and incorporated into the hotel’s meeting rooms and guestrooms. These mid-century finishes are harmonious with the streamline, contemporary aesthetic of the Aloft brand. The successful rehabilitation demonstrates the opportunity for the reuse of underutilized mid-century, downtown buildings.
    Orlando, Florida
    Cost: $20,000,000
    Previous Use: vacant offices
    Current Use: hotel
  • Orlando Utilities Commission Administration Building / Aloft Orlando Downtown Orlando, Florida

    Constructed in 1967, Heritage successfully nominated this modern office building to the National Register of Historic Places, before the building was 50 years old.  The original sleek marble and wood surfaces were restored and incorporated into the hotel’s meeting rooms and guestrooms. These mid-century finishes are harmonious with the streamline, contemporary aesthetic of the Aloft brand. The successful rehabilitation demonstrates the opportunity for the reuse of underutilized mid-century, downtown buildings.
    Orlando, Florida
    Cost: $20,000,000
    Previous Use: vacant offices
    Current Use: hotel