The woman who helped redevelop downtown Denver’s historic Larimer Square in the mid-1960s is scheduled to speak at the Downtown Institute’s Nov. 22 meeting.
Dana Crawford is scheduled to share her views of downtown and other urban redevelopment during the 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. meeting that takes place at The Armory at Brighton. The Armory is at 300 Strong St. in Brighton. The event is sponsored by Downtown Colorado, Inc.and costs $125 for members and $175 for non-members.
Crawford has redeveloped more than 800,000 square feet of Denver’s historic property, including the Oxford Hotel, the Acme Lofts, the Edbrooke Lofts and Cooper Flats Condominiums, according to her Web site: danacrawford.net. She has served on the board of directors of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for nine years. She won the board’s highest honor, the Louise duPont Crowninshield Award, in 1995, the Web site states.
The Downtown Institute presents one-day seminars each quarter that encompass “a community-based management approach to downtown revitalization, management, design, marketing/promotions and economic development,” according to the non-profit’s Web site.
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