Midwest Steel and Iron Works Co
Midwest Steel and Iron Works Company was one of Denver oldest and largest metal fabricators. Beginning in the late nineteenth century, Midwest produced structural and ornamental components for buildings and engineering structures throughout Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Midwest’s Larimer Street site served as the company’s headquarters between 1924 and 1983. The four-building industrial complex includes an architecturally significant Art Deco style office building designed in 1930 by Denver architect Roland L. Linder.
25 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80204