And Windsor Dairy remained, recognized as part of the Dairy Block even after years of vacancy.
Fast forward to 2007, when a New Jersey-born chef named Frank Bonanno was just opening his first restaurant in Denver: Mizuna.
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Many Denverites will tell you how the city has woefully been labeled a “cow town” for, well, longer than some of us care to admit.
Frank and his wife Jacqueline caught wind of the development and realized they may have stumbled on their goldmine.“This part of downtown, the ballpark neighborhood, just speaks to me,” Frank Bonanno says.
“It falls directly on the literal and figurative pathway between historic old Larimer and Union Station, and the newness of Ri No.” Not long after he and Jacqueline shared their vision with Mc WHINNEY, the space was theirs.
Knowing they had extensive renovations ahead — as well as the opportunity to be part of Denver’s first alley activation — the Bonannos took the plunge.
All they needed was a place to bring their vision to life.
In 2013, Loveland development firm Mc WHINNEY announced it would be redeveloping the area on Blake between 18th and 19th streets, known as the Dairy Block.