1215 20th Street

The 1899 Kopper’s Hotel and Saloon is one of the few surviving representatives of Denver’s early working class hotels and ethnic saloons. German immigrant Albert Kopper built the three-story building as a replacement for his successful saloon at the same location. Architect Frederick Carl Eberely designed the hotel / saloon in a style typical of late Victorian-era commercial architecture, distinguishing its facade with a pair of two-story bay windows.

Before

Under Construction

Interior Construction

Old Entrance

Interior Construction

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Upstairs

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Restoration