For this week's YEOW, we'd like to share with you a very cool adaptive reuse/revitalization project out of Denver, Colorado. A great blog called DenverUrbanism originally reported on this unique concept: Adaptive reuse of an old printing building for a restaurant incubator, or "collective eatery." The original post is found below:
"Adaptive reuse—that’s planner-speak for the repurposing of an old building—is an important part of helping cities revitalize and grow in a sustainable way. Some adaptive reuse projects are no-brainers, where the historic and architectural quality of the existing building is so great that to demolish the building instead of reusing it doesn’t make any sense. Good examples would include the Colorado National Bank (now the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel) and .