Ep.11 Saving the Clock Tower - Interview with DAVID FRENCH and WALLY HULTIN

In the middle of downtown Denver - right on the 16th street mall - stands the Daniels & Fisher clock tower. Built in 1910 as a marketing beacon to draw shoppers to the dry goods store that it was a part of, the D&F Tower somehow managed to survive the wrecking ball of urban renewal - the only building for 27 blocks to do so. This is its story, as told by Wally Hultin and David French, the not so evil developers who remodeled the 20-story building in the early eighties. For more info:

Larry Elwood