National and State Register

A.T. Lewis & Son Department Store

Denver County

The building housed a succession of dry goods and department stores from 1891 to 1970, including: Salomon’s Bazaar (1891-95); A.T. Lewis and Son Department Store (1896-1932); and W.T. Grant Company (1940-70).

A view looking up at the building at a slight angle shows large lower level windows growing steadily smaller on a background of red brick.

A.T. Lewis & Son Department Store

Prominent Denver architect Robert S. Roeschlaub designed both the original 1891 building and the 1902 expansion.  The property is associated with the Historic Resources of Downtown Denver Multiple Property Submission.