National and State Register

Adolph Zang Mansion

Denver County

Built between 1902 and 1904, the design by an unknown architect reflects the Classical Revival style.  Both the light colored brick and stone exterior, with seven stained glass and leaded windows, and the elegant interior, with five hand carved fireplaces, remain essentially unaltered. 

A black and white photo of the symmetrical building with tall pillars holding up a round balcony with pyramidal roof. On either side of the entrance are two layers of square windows and a flag in the center.

Adolph Zang Mansion

The original owner of the mansion, Adolph Zang, was important in the industrial and commercial development of Denver.  He owned the Zang Brewery and was involved with the establishment of the American National Bank and Trust Company and the Capitol Life Insurance Company.