1911 Farmhouse and Studio io
1911 Milk and Ice House and Pump House
Processing Plant and Truck Shop
Persons interested in adaptive reuse of these buildings may contact Community Development Director, John Carpenter, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-658-2121.
The Future of Shoenberg Farm
Shoenberg Farm is at the heart of recent development activity, including a residential development to the west and to the north, new commercial development south of West 72nd Avenue and neighborhood-scale development immediately adjacent to the historic farm parcel. Located within a residential neighborhood with large and small-scale stores nearby, Shoenberg Farm presents the opportunity to create a neighborhood gem – a place where neighbors can enjoy art, history, a farmers’ market, a small concert or film festival. A number of initiatives have been undertaken in order to protect, preserve and rehabilitate the farm buildings, so they can continue to stand as a physical reminder of the rich history of Colorado and Westminster residents can enjoy the diverse architecture and interest that Shoenberg Farm brings to the community.
Future strategies for giving a future to Shoenberg Farm, include potentially dedicating the farm as a center for art, music and performance. Learn about the adaptive reuse possibilities for the farm buildings at Shoenberg Farm.
Read more about the preservation initiatives currently under way.