Meetings or workshops.
You name it.
Whether you’re planning a large festival or intimate wedding, the McNichols Civic Center Building is a must see. Newly reopened in 2012, the contemporary artwork and open spaces are a wonderful canvas for any event. Two large, open floors with exposed steel columns allow amazing opportunities for centralized events in the Mile High City. Artworks dominate the walls, giving the classic space a modern feel.
The McNichols Civic Center Building is located in the heart of downtown Denver at the northwest corner of Civic Center Park. In 1909, the cornerstone of the building was laid, setting the foundation for the then Carnegie Library that would become a center of learning in the park. That tradition continues, as the building was re-opened in 2012 as a contemporary hub for arts, culture and events for the people of Denver. This stunning Greek Revival building with its classic Corinthian columns and iconic colonnade across its front, offers new experiences in a classic space.
To schedule a site visit, contact Antonnio Benton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-865-5555.
For more information and to book the McNichols Civic Center Building please visit McNicholsBuilding.com