Tucked away amongst the modern amenities of Denver's Uptown neighborhood sits a piece of Denver's history tied to one of our city's most well-known place makers, Dana Crawford. Originally designed and built in 1910 by Leo Andrew (LA.) Desjardins as the Arno Apartments, the now Cooper Flats was converted to condos by Crawford in 1999 as one of her only projects outside of Denver's Lower Downtown neighborhood. Known for its signature sun rooms off of the kitchen and bedroom, this Uptown Flat is all about connectivity of spaces. Its open design is flawlessly elevated by the trio of Eastern facing windows that carry the light and greenery from outside through to every corner of this home. The windows themselves double as bold art pieces as the mature trees outside create a serene ambiance not commonly found when living in the city. Open the double windows of the Juliet balcony and enjoy the pleasant breeze through the sunroom while you sip coffee in bed. The timeless chandelier invites you to make use of the bonus space just off of the living room as your library, office or install a murphy bed for the perfect place to host your guests. No shortage of storage here with a large walk in closet in addition to the bedroom closet, both with custom California Closet built-ins and a deeded storage unit on the buildings lower level. Even so, the true experience of life in Flat 203 exists right outside in Uptown's abundant scene of restaurants, nightlife, recreation, and retail. A city parking pass allows you to avoid having to move your car from 2 hour parking zones although you'll likely leave it parked anyhow with all you could need within just blocks of your front door. From the boho chic stylings of this home's current owner to the design of your dreams, Flat 203 offers a blank canvas to paint your ideal life in the heart of one of Denver's most desirable communities.