A Denver constructing that’s over 100 years outdated is now a revitalized occasion area

Denver’s newest event center has just opened in Denver and has a rich history.

Founded in 1893, the company was once called Jackson-Richter Iron Works and is one of the “oldest and largest metalworkers” in Denver. It produced both structural and decorative components for buildings in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. And the company’s headquarters on Larimer Street is considered a historic industrial site – not to mention the four Big Thompson River bridges in Estes Park and Loveland, all built by Ironworks and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now the owners of Mile High Station are bringing this historic 7,000-square-foot space back to life as an elegant venue.

The renovators “Wanted to provide a modern, open space while still retaining some of the original details such as the exposed brick and steel beams,” explained Concrete Express owner Joe O’Dea. And they even added a few new gems, like a large, custom-made chandelier, sparkling glass ceilings, and a deep red carpet that covers the grand staircase. Ambience aside, the space has two huge bars, one upstairs and one downstairs, for guests to dance and mingle in, and plenty of natural light for possible photo shoots. Ironworks is picturesque, but not small. It can accommodate up to 400 guests, with an additional seat for 40 guests on the east terrace – making it an option for everything from weddings to graduation parties and birthdays.

Essentially, if you are a business owner, party planner, or want to plan a gorgeous venue for your next event, this new space is well worth checking out.

Ironworks on 25 Larimer Street in Denver has just opened and can be booked here for parties and events. You can find more information about the room at Here.

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All photos courtesy of Ironworks.

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