Non Plus Ultra Expands Denver Portfolio with Historic El Jebel Venue Revival

El Jebel, courtesy of Non Plus Ultra.

Non Plus Ultra, renowned for its transformative approach to repurposing iconic but dormant real estate properties into spectacular venues for public, private, and exhibition events, is delighted to add El Jebel to its Denver portfolio.

El Jebel, formerly known as El Jebel Temple and Sherman Street Event Center, is a historical gem constructed in 1907. It has long been recognized as one of Denver’s top five architecturally significant buildings.

“El Jebel is truly one-of-a-kind and perfectly embodies NPU’s mission of adaptive reuse, breathing new life into iconic spaces,” stated Non Plus Ultra’s CEO, Jordan Langer. “We are tremendously proud and excited to bring such a special historic venue back to the people of Denver.”

Located on the corner of 18th Street and Sherman Avenue, just outside of the Central Business District of downtown Denver, El Jebel boasts two opulent ballrooms, a spacious amphitheater, and a variety of lavishly designed spaces, each representing a different era in architectural design.

The Non Plus Ultra team is diligently working to make the El Jebel space event-ready again and is dedicated to preserving its historical significance. “This building exudes a rich history, personality, and distinctive aesthetic, and we are committed to safeguarding, honoring, and enhancing its unique character to the fullest extent,” Langer emphasized. “With the necessary care, permits, and attention, El Jebel can, and will, regain its status as one of Denver’s premier event venues.”

Although headquartered in San Francisco, Non Plus Ultra is no stranger to the Denver scene. They have successfully revitalized and currently manage several other remarkable venues, including the renowned Sports Castle, formerly the Sports Authority headquarters and host to the beloved Sniagrab sales event.

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