Sloan’s Lake History Inspires A Vintage Eclectic Store Design

Poised on the edge of something magical, in an up and coming reimagined community, Sloan’s Lake is located on the western edge of Denver’s city limits, adjacent to the suburbs of Lakewood, Edgewater and Wheat Ridge. The area was once home to an amusement park and swimming facility known as Manhattan Beach. Opened to the public in 1881, it was the first amusement park to be built west of the Mississippi River. Community revitalization is underway in this historically famed area, with up and coming neighborhoods and current shopping/dining/entertainment venues, as well as a movie theatre.

With such an imaginative past and inventive new future, a vintage eclectic design concept was chosen for this Even Stevens site. With ornate crown molding, novelty maleme wallpaper, and intimate booth style seating lit by vintage brushed brass chandeliers, this location beckons the curious. Lounges feature checkered flooring and shuffle boards. With these design features and a Stoke custom communal table family and friends are invited to gather and enjoy the nostalgic amusement of this special location.

A custom lit mural billboard, depicting the original amusement park mixes eclectically with original Trent Call characters that are present throughout. Even Stevens EAT to GIVE logo is displayed prominently in white neon for clear and center ring branding. With a large outdoor patio that has plenty of room for recreational games, this site is anything but boring.


July 3, 2017