BlueSky Studio transformed a building that was originally a service garage for Cadillac Motor Company into a space for unique loft dwellings. The Cadillac Lofts was the first project developed in an up-and-coming area just south of downtown Denver known as the Golden Triangle.
One of the unique features of this building is its structural system, which includes a concrete frame, two built-up steel plate girders, wood trusses and joists. These intriguing supports give the illusion of a sort of upside-down bridge pulled taunt throughout the space. A spacious 1000 SF rooftop deck provides an amazing 360-degree view of downtown, Capitol Hill and the breathtaking rocky-mountains, for all the residents to enjoy. The 14-foot ceilings permit the introduction of intermediate mezzanines constructed from floor planks that were recycled from the floors of railcars, adding to the building’s history.