GreenSpot Real Estate: Built in 1912, the Rossonian Hotel housed a hugely important jazz club, which hosted greats like Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Nat King Cole, George Shearing and Dinah Washington.
Spiritual Center · Curtis Park · 1 tips and reviews
GreenSpot Real Estate: The hallelujah chorus raises the roof on Sundays as the congregation inside this Gothic/Romanesque, Pentecostal church in Five Points sings its praises. Recently restored roof, windows and doors.
GreenSpot Real Estate: The El has been around since 1933. This tiny place - with neon beer signs, a stage the size of a half dollar, and vinyl banquettes - hosts local acts AND stars like Sinatra, Fitzgerald and Jagger.
Uncategorized · Central Business District · 1 tips and reviews
GreenSpot Real Estate: If wedding cakes sported lights, they'd look like the Gas and Electric Building, built in 1910. White terra cotta, green marble and 13,000 lights (that's right) served as a billboard for the utility.
Government Building · Civic Center · 6 tips and reviews
GreenSpot Real Estate: How many architects did it take to win this municipal building contract? Thirty, though only one ended up leading the pack. This classical building is often bathed in an LED light rainbow of color.
GreenSpot Real Estate: Built in 1902, the building housed Rocky Mountain Seed Company until March 2011, when the third-generation business closed. The owners used the first-floor hooks for moving bananas to cool storage.