McNichols Building Open for Events

The McNichols Building, Denver’s first library, has been transformed with the help of 4 million dollars and a lot of hard work. The reason behind the renovation finds it’s roots in the arts.

The building has undergone many transformations over it’s century long life. The latest, rendering the space fit for classy events.

From weddings to charity events, from concerts to art shows, the building will make it’s name among Denver’s fantastic venue scene.  All the stunning new additions to the building are in an effort to make it more approachable to the public, as well as the surrounding Civic Center park. They also serve to open up the historic building to the modern era, allowing Denverites once again to soak in the majestic columns of one of Denver’s oldest buildings, while soaking in local art from some of the cities most talented hands.

The renovation is being received well by residents, who view the improvements as steps in the right direction for the area. The Denver Post has done several articles looking into the exiting redefinition of the space, the latest titled “Denver’s Historic McNichols Building has an Artful Reopening,” and looks at the long history of the building and what is being displayed there currently. The proximity to other Denver destinations like the Pavilions, 16th Street Mall, The Denver Art Museum, the Denver Mint and the Capitol make it easy to hit on a day of sight seeing.

The buildings newly granted functionality is sure to give the city another wonderful option for entertainment, one that appears to be needed in this area.