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Mid-Century Modern Commercial Buildings

The following examples represent just a smattering of the most significant buildings on Littleton Boulevard and represent every example of the architectural styles. Use the links to view the original survey forms.

The Court House Professional
Building, 1960 Expressionist Style,
Eugene Sternberg
2009 W. Littleton Blvd

Guaranty Company Building, 1961
International Style,
Joseph and Louise Marlow
2000 W. Littleton Blvd.

The Miller Building, 1974
Brutalist Style, Eugene Sternberg
1901 W. Littleton Blvd

Mr. Steak Restaurant, 1964
Expressionist Style,
Colin Stewart
1709 W. Littleton Blvd

Mountain States Telephone
And Telegraph Building, 1968
Formalist Style,
Temple Hoyne Buell

Littleton Savings and Loan, 1959
International Style,
Joseph and Louise Marlow
1449 W. Littleton Blvd

Rich’s Charco-Burgers
Restaurant, 1961
Googie Style variant of the
Expressionist Style, Architect
Unknown 1390 W. Littleton Blvd

The Littleton Professional
Building, 1964
Commercial Modern Style,
Miles Lantz
709 W. Littleton Blvd

Nickels-Hill Chapel of Peace
Mortuary, 1958; Additions, 1964
Expressionist Style, Raymond Heyl
999 W. Littleton Blvd

United Bank of Denver Building, 1972
Late Modernist Style, Burke,
Kober, Nicolais & Archuleta ,
5601 Broadway

Smedley Dental Clinic, 1953
Usonian Style, Victor Hornbein
5666 S. Bannock St

Arapahoe County
Bank Building, 1964 Expressionist
Style, Earl Chester Morris
5804 S. Datura St

Pizza Garden Restaurant
Romano’s Italian Restaurant, 1965
Commercial Modern, Architect
5666 S. Windermere St