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Posts Tagged ‘preservation’

Architects and Designers at Home tour April 24 and 25

Architects and Designers at Home tour April 24 and 25

Historic Boulder is offering an opportunity to see inside the homes of Boulder's innovative architects. The tour is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25. Tickets for the Tour are $12 for Historic Boulder [...]

Why Does My Neighborhood Look the Way It Looks Today?

Why Does My Neighborhood Look the Way It Looks Today?

Have you ever wondered why the Whittier neighborhood has more mixed housing types than the Mapleton neighborhood north of Mapleton (along Maxwell, Concord and Dewey)?  Both areas were originally built with mostly smaller houses that served shop [...]

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