Doors Open Denver: MID Picks

This weekend marks the 10th Annual Doors Open Denver, a two-day event featuring 61 unique buildings open to the public, with a focus this year on neighborhoods.

Here at Modern in Denver, we’ve whittled the list down to just eight that we love. Stop by our favorites below during Doors Open Denver, April 12-13.

Cherry Creek Library
Where: 305 Milwaukee Street 
Built: 1962
Architect: Paul R. Reddy (1962); Michael Brendle (1990); Joseph Montalbano Studiotrope Design Collective (2010)
 
Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art
Where: 1311 Pearl Street
Built: 1910
Architect: Maurice Biscoe and Henry Hewitt (1910-11); Chip Melick, AIA, Rachel Lawrence, Sarah Boulet (1998-99)
 
RedLine
Where: 2350 Arapahoe Street
Architect: Semple-Brown
 
Republic Plaza
Where: 370 17th Street
Built: 1984
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
 
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Where: 1550 Court Place
Built: 1960
Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
 
SugarCube Building
Where: 1555 Blake Street
Built: 2008
Architect: Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg
 
The Source
Where: 3350 Brighton Boulevard
Renovated: 2013
Transformation architect: Stephen Dynia Architects
 
Topo Designs
Where: 2500 Larimer Street
Built: 2013
Architect: Gravitas
 

Visit the Doors Open Denver website for more information and to view the full list of locations.