April 1, 2013 - 11 comments

Our new studio

EnZed Design of Denver, Colorado moves to LoHi neighborhood

EnZed Design has moved to a new 'hood in Denver—Lower Highland, or “LoHi” to the locals. Just zip up I-25 and exit at 20th or Speer North to access our studio located at 3316 Tejon Street.

The new space is a converted Rollerdrome that architect Matt Davis renovated into retail space on the street with office bays along the side. Each features an open floor plan, mezzanine level and a garage door in lieu of plate glass windows. He salvaged much of the narrow-plank oak floors and barrel ceilings, then complemented them with industrial finishes such as tall steel doors, exposed brick and concrete block, and translucent walls.

Helen and Emily are enjoying the company of several creative firms in Unit 106. Two webbies— Matt Crest of Artletic and Chris Arnold of Limber Creative—and two print peeps—Jason Wedekind of Genghis Kern and Maura Gauthier of The Paper Guppy—are the primary office mates. And AIGA Colorado president Elysia Syriac of Relish Creative hijacks the conference room for committee meetings when she’s not designing with Jason.

We are steps away from two new clients and collaborators, Gränd Salon and Launch Advertising, which makes face-to-face time very easy—and getting those roots touched up a little quicker, too.

EnZed Design of Denver, Colorado moves to Lohi neighborhood

When we’re not behind our iMacs, we enjoy all the foodie spots in the area, including Old Major, a new restaurant in our building. The mussels are as amazing as bartender Ryan’s mustache. Kitty corner is the recently opened Jezebel’s, if you’re up for crisp fried pickles. Round the corner is old favorite Rosalinda’s for hot green chile. If you keep walking west on Tejon, you’ll bump into the line forming outside of Little Man Ice Cream. Take a right and you’ve hit Linger, the former Olinger’s repurposed in a delicious way. Swing left and you’ll hear music spilling out of Lola as they mix your custom guacamole. If you venture up 32nd, you’ll find Tony P’s surrounded by tiny race cars ready to deliver. Just a few steps north is the Wooden Spoon Cafe & Bakery for a quick lunch. Duo is on that corner two ... or too. We certainly will not go hungry!

If you want to meet for a drink, we can sneak into Williams & Graham without being seen, stop into LoHi Steakbar for a martini, sip a lavendar lemonade on Root Down’s patio, or grab a beer at Ale House at Amato’s, just to name a few.

The neighborhood is constantly changing. There’s new construction around every corner. We’ve created a map to show you how to find us. Parking by our studio is easy. There are a few spaces along our building and plenty of street parking on Tejon and 33rd Streets

We hope you’ll come for a visit and explore LoHi a little, too.

Studio Address: 3316 Tejon Street, Unit 106, Denver CO 80211
Our billing address remains the same: 781 S Pearl Street, Denver CO 80209

Comments

Helen

Ted Walker
April 1, 2013 at 6:08 pm

Congrats on new digs!! I ‘d like to drop by some time–what are good “visiting hours” for you? You had me going with that New Zealand thing–I really thought you split!

Helen

Alice Applebaum
April 1, 2013 at 8:48 pm

CONGRATULATIONS!
Meant to thank you for the fabulous ‘place savers” you sent for the holidays—and here it is April Fool’s Day.

No foolin’ you are the BEST. Hope all is going well.

Alice

Helen

Helen
April 1, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Thanks Alice. Glad you liked Keep Tabs.

Ted, we are here from 9am-5pm most of the time. Just shoot me an email when you’re going to be in the neighborhood.

Helen

Bruce Abels
April 1, 2013 at 9:23 pm

All the best in the new ‘hood, and with all those like-minded creative cohorts, Helen. Can’t wait to see it.

Helen

Carrie Martin
April 1, 2013 at 9:31 pm

Congratulations Helen! I’ll stop by later this week & check you guys out in your tony new digs! Looks awesome.

Helen

Joy Lowe
April 1, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Fabulous spot! I love it. Good move Enzed-definitely a plus for biz and culinary delights as well. Cheers!

Helen

Carrie Milkis
April 1, 2013 at 11:40 pm

Welcome to the ‘hood! A great new space…enjoy!

Helen

Helen
April 1, 2013 at 11:48 pm

Thanks ladies, and gent! Hope to see you soon…

Helen

Hillery Meier
April 2, 2013 at 1:03 am

Well, at the very least, you can always enlarge that beautiful photo of New Zealand and place it at the back of your new office! The place looks great and I know th aerea well. Try not to eat and drink too much now that you’ve relocated to the Highlands.

: )
H.

Helen

Earl Franz
April 22, 2013 at 10:25 pm

Helen,
All that food talk makes it sound too inviting, not to visit (custom Guacamole – no way).
Hope to see you over the summer.
Earl

Helen

Helen
April 26, 2013 at 6:24 pm

Thanks Earl. Come on up and we’ll grab a bite!

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