National and State Register

A.T. Lewis New Building

Denver County

Constructed in 1917 to expand the retail space for the A.T. Lewis & Son Dry Goods Company, the six-story annex makes extensive use of sculptural terra cotta ornamentation reminiscent of the work of Chicago architect Louis Sullivan. 

A black and white photo of the square building with ornate window facade and awning on street level.

A.T. Lewis New Building

Harry Willoughby J. Edbrooke, nephew of prominent Denver architect Frank Edbrooke, designed the building.  The property is associated with the Historic Resources of Downtown Denver Multiple Property Submission.