Denver Public Schools will add Building Four as the next project in the master plan for the build out of Northfield High School on the Paul Sandoval Campus. The selected architect is LOA Architecture who has designed the previous three buildings for the campus. The building is located on the northwest corner of the campus. The Stapleton Design Review Committee has approved the design for this very prominent intersection of Central Park Boulevard and 56th Avenue. The proposed three story building with a central atrium will reflect the existing campus building materials. The building use is intended for instructional classrooms that can accommodate 500 students. Design is scheduled to be completed by November 2016.
Northfield High School includes two occupied buildings and a sports complex. The third building, the Commons Building, is currently under construction and is due to be open for school in August 2016.
The Paul Sandoval Campus is a 20-acre site that is part of a larger regional park and is located in the north of the Wicker Park Neighborhood of the Stapleton Redevelopment area. The high school and adjacent 20-acre sports complex to the east of the school campus share parking and athletic facilities with Denver Parks and Recreation.
LOA Architecture is the architect of record in association with H+L Architecture.
Since 1985, LOA Architecture has been recognized for excellence in the design, planning and management of projects serving educational, institutional, civic, health care, residential and commercial clients throughout the Denver Metro and Rocky Mountain region.
Contact: Helene Jewett