# Historic preservation
Denver’s historic Larimer Square celebrates 57 years
(Courtesy of Larimer Square) (Denver, Colo.) Internationally renowned preservationist Dana Crawford saved Larimer Square from the wrecking ball 57 years ago, and Denver’s most historic block is ready to celebrate with a birthday party from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
Did you know Baby Doe was found frozen in her cabin?
The famous Matchless Mine and Baby Doe Tabor's Cabin. Elizabeth McCourt Tabor, better known as Baby Doe, was the second wife of Colorado pioneer businessman Horace Tabor. Their story is a famous one in Colorado. And the Tabors are still gossiped about today. Come with us as we take you their mine and show you where Baby Doe died. Edited 7/7/22: description
Hazelwood Brewing Company on Lytle expected to open in spring of 2023
The massive, three-story brick structure at 5005 Lytle will return to its original use after 85 years next spring. That is when the Hazelwood Brewing Company will come back to life with three craft brewers, an independent food vendor, a beer garden and incredible views from the rooftop deck.
Owner of Hart-McCourt House seeks Landmark designation
(Courtesy of Historic Denver) (Denver, Colo.) One of Denver’s historic Capitol Hill mansions has been recommended for designation as a landmark by the city’s Landmark Preservation Commission.