Mile Hi Church

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Mile Hi Church in Lakewood, designed 1973 by the church of Dr. Fred Vogt.

This unique building played a McDonalds-of-the-future in Woody Allen’s Sleeper.

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1959 & 1963 Denver ads | The Denver Eye October 31st, 2012 at 11:10 am

[...] The Mon-Vue Village, in the old gas station at Garrison and Alameda, home to the Queen City Jazz Band, a still-extant dixeland ensemble that held court here for 30 years or so. Today this bar is called the Paradise Cove and is right next door to the Mile Hi Church. [...]

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