A complete antique balcony including railing, deck floor on three scrolled bracket supports salvaged from a historic Colorado Renaissance Revival hotel. Note: the first (2) photos show a sample balcony installed on the original building.
(104 East Platte Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado, built 1907) Architect: Thomas MacLaren (Scottish-American, 1863-1928). MacLaren was active in Colorado Springs from 1894-1928. Builder: Roberts and Bishoff. This 150-room Renaissance Revival hotel featured 12-inch thick brick walls, electric lights, steam heat, telephones, a café, a ballroom, and sample rooms for traveling salesmen. It boasts views of the Acacia Park and Pike's Peak in the distance. A fourth floor was added in 1910. In 1989 it was converted to an apartment building.
Estimated: 700-800 pounds
Early 20th century
Width 87.5 Depth 25/31.5 Height 55 inches
Bracket: Height 24.5 inches, Railing: Height 30.5 inches
Note: rebuilt floor. Brackets moved back. The depth was extended from 25 to 31.5 inches.