This former electric power station in Victor, Colorado was sensitively renovated into residential lofts in 2008. Originally constructed in 1899 to serve the mining district, the buildings original design was the result of consultation with Nichola Tessla, the renowned electrical scientist. New spaces feature 18 foot wood plank ceilings, exposed (Carnegie) steel beams, and the original 12 foot tall arch top windows made fully functional with spring counterbalances. Modern amenities and details such as stained concrete floors, steel cable railing, a simple recessed base detail, and simply styled contemporary cabinets quietly allow the original grandeur of the building's spaces to be fully admired and experienced. Despite being divided into 3 separate units with added loft square footage, the full volume of the original industrial building can be experienced including the roof-top cupola which serves as access via steel ladders to roof decks. All original entries to the building were preserved and the exterior was rehabilitated to it's near original configuration. The project was awarded full federal tax credits. A unit is available to rent for weekend or vacation retreats; please visit http://www.vrbo.com/367889 for more information and to reserve your stay.