Modern Space in A Historic School

Built in 1904, The Evans School enjoys breathtaking mountain and downtown views with easy access to museums – Art, Clyfford Still and State History, City and County offices and the State Capitol, as well as the Justice Center, Denver Mint and Civic Center Park.

In The Heart Of Golden Triangle

Located in the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood and bordered by the Acoma Avenue of the Arts and the Cultural Arts District. The historic structure is just a few steps from municipal facilities as well as restaurants and coffee shops, grocery stores, banks, shopping, fitness, entertainment, early child education centers, and downtown Denver.

Denver Capital Building
Denver Art Museum
Downtown Denver


The Evans School is served by numerous transit options.
Buses regularly transit Lincoln, Broadway and Bannock. says the Evans School is a “walker’s paradise” with:

• An excellent transit score of 81 out of 100 with over 56 rail and bus routes •
• A superior walk score of 89 out of 100 exceeding the Denver average of 68 •


Evans School was built in 1904, designed by architect David W. Dryden. Evans School, named for Denver business leader and Governor John Evans, was built in the “Classical Revival” style. The building served as a school for nearly 70 years, and had as many as 700 elementary students at its peak. In 1928, the school was one of the first to have hearing and sign language departments, and in the first Denver school to be accessible to handicapped children.

Evans School History