Colorado Allergy and Asthma Center is the modern use of the historic Photographic School.
Twin to building 379, the Photography building sports the same sleek, three-story twin columns of limestone rising out of a granite base to shape the impressive entry portico. Building No. 380 housed the headquarters, labs, classrooms, darkrooms, and workshops as well as an instructional theater where students learned ground and aerial photography, camera repair, and cinematography. Now they house modern medical offices. Both buildings are on the National Register of Historic Buildings and have received both a Community Preservation award and a Colorado Preservation Award as outstanding examples of historic preservation.
For questions about Design Review Requests and HOA Covenants, park maintenance or HOA documents:
Community Manager: Jennifer Bublitz, MSI