An iconic complex of late-19th century buildings that has been closed for nearly four years is closer to being reimagined for new uses and a new purpose.
Even people who have lived in Colorado Springs for decades often don’t know the significance of the 130-year-old building that sits on the corner of Union Boulevard and Pikes Peak Avenue.
The historic Union Printers Home property will soon have a master plan for mixed commercial use, including hospitality, retail, commercial, dining, entertainment and residential spaces.
Local investors are hoping to reinvigorate the Union Printers Home in Colorado Springs, but they’ve got a lot of work to do
A new chapter is being written for the Union Printers Home. A master plan for the revitalization of the 26-acre campus is currently in development.