Dana Crawford: The Nice Nag

In a career that has spanned eight decades, preservationist Dana Crawford has redeveloped some of Colorado’s most historic buildings, ranging from warehouses and projects in downtown Denver to Trinidad. Today, at age 92, Dana joins us from her Flour Mills loft to talk about her life and career. From redeveloping Larimer Square in the 1960s to the more recent revitalization of Union Station, Dana’s love for the Centennial State is only matched by her passion for preservation. Hear Dana talk about her motivations and inspirations, and how being the “nice nag” is the key to getting things done.

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