| less than one acre|
25 November 1987
| 1595 Pearl St., Denver, Colorado|
Humphreys, John; Wieger, Thielman R.
Rocky Mountains, Geneva Glen Camp, Paramount Theatre, Ellie Caulkins Opera Ho, Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Temple Emanuel (Pearl Street, Denver) Wikipedia
Temple Emanuel on Pearl Street in Denver, Colorado, is a building that was built in 1898–1899 and expanded in 1924. In 1957 the synagogue was sold to First Southern Baptist Church and then LovingWay Pentecostal Church in 1977. In 1986 the building was acquired by the city of Denver because of a foreclosure process. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The temple is located in Denver's North Capitol Hill neighborhood. Pathways Church acquired the building from the City of Denver in 2005. Pathways Church held services at the building and also ran it as a separate business, the [Temple Events Center] until 2013. In 2013 the building and property was sold to Denver Community Church who currently owns the facility.