Mile High United Way Morgridge Center for Community Change

The new Mile High United Way facility is an anchor for furture growth in the area

This new building is a unique example of what happens when a community comes together. Mile High United Way–the very first United Way in the country–started in the Curtis Park/Five Points area over 127 years ago. Through partnerships with the City and County of Denver, Curtis Park Neighbors, Davis Partnership Architects, PCL Construction, and the community, their new mission-based community hub was born. The design team of PCL Construction and Davis Partnership Architects worked closely with Mile High United Way and community stakeholders to arrive at a design that feels aesthetically and historically connected to the neighborhood. The building’s verticality and multi-dimensional façade intentionally represent the cadence that is prominent throughout the Curtis Park Neighborhood. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Commercial
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Mixed Use
  • Sustainability

Award Winning Project

2015 Engineering News Record Mountain States Best Projects Awards: Merit Award - Office/Retail/Mixed-Use Category
2015 Denver Business Journal - Real Estate Champions Community Impact Award
2015 Downtown Denver Partnership - Downtown Denver Award
2014 Mayor's Choice Award: Distinctive Denver

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