Temple H. Buell, a well-known Denver architect, designed the 1930 Paramount Theater. As a representative of the Art Deco style, the theater stands as the last remaining "movie palace" in the metropolitan area.
Designed in the period of silent films, and opened as sound motion pictures became the rage, the theater bridges the gap between two entertainment eras. The Paramount also houses the only Publix One Wurlitzer theater organ to be equipped with twin consoles. The property is associated with the Historic Resources of Downtown Denver Multiple Property Submission