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Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver

Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver
Timothy Hursley

TAXI I, TAXI II, Freight RiNo District 3455, 3457, 3507 Ringsby Court A few years ago, the former headquarters of Yellow Cab Denver was turned upside down -- the radio tower and cab washing stations became a massive collection of lofts, artists studios, office and retail space. Incorporating the old infrastructure with stairway redesigns and huge window a additions, this complex of buildings is a modern throwback must-see.

Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver
Ron Pollard

The Anchor Center For Blind Children Stapleton 2550 Roslyn Street A structure built with function in mind, The Anchor Center For Blind Children is a beautiful building incorporating varying sources of light at every turn. The new building has a mid-century feel, and is lined with floor-lit hallways and kid-level, multi-colored windows.

Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver

Temple Emanuel 51 Grape Street Hilltop Built in 1953, the growing synagogue had needed an expansion, effectively uprooting from its original site at 16th and Pearl to the Hilltop location. Stately pointed rooftops and hidden pockets of stained glass give this place a worship its unique but still classic look.

Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver

Burnsley Hotel 1000 Grant Street Capitol Hill Since it's a hotel, there isn't much of a reason for Denver dwellers to visit the Burnsley Hotel -- all the more reason to take a peek this weekend. Originally built as apartments in 1963, 17-story tower made its transformation into a hotel just a few years later. The Burnsley's interior has been redesigned several times over the last few decades, but its gold and glass-door elegance remains.

Five doors worth opening at this weekend's Doors Open Denver

Tivoli 900 Auraria Parkway Auraria Campus Built sometime during the turn of the last century, the Tivoli has lived many lives -- first as a brewery, then a shopping center and movie theater, and since the '90s it has been a food, study hall and services hub for the Auraria Campus. Now stripped of its white paint exterior, the multi-level brick building has beer barrels, photographs and other artifacts from each era its life spread throughout.

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