Infill Design in Historic Districts | ArcWest wins Approval

Infill Design in Historic Districts

Denver Landmark Preservation Certificate of Appropriateness has been awarded to Denver’s ArcWest Architects Bryant St Design. ArcWest designed new home & carriage house on N. Bryant St. in the Potter Highlands Historic District.  Infill Design in Historic Districts, demolition of an existing structures and new infill construction within the Potter Highlands historic district require a three step review and approval process before the project can be submitted for building department review and permit. This intensive process includes presentation and approval by the HUNI/Potter Highlands neighborhood association, Denver Landmark Mass & Scale Review and finally the Landmark Final Review of Infill design in historic districts.

Guided by ArcWest Architects, the design project progressed smoothly through this process at every step.  This was accomplished by listening to the needs of the client and incorporating these needs into the guidelines set forth by Landmark. These requirements are both written and subjective requiring an experienced Design Firm to lead the process.

Please contact ArcWest with any needs you may have within Denver Historic Neighborhoods.

See the completed project here. 

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