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About the Ken Bueche Municipal League Building
The Ken Bueche Municipal League Building is named in honor of Ken Bueche, CML executive director from 1974 to 2005. The building is his legacy and Colorado municipal leaders will be forever grateful.
The building is a short two-block walk to the Colorado Capitol and close to Denver's downtown. Located in the Sherman-Grant Historic District area called Poet's Row for the numerous apartment buildings built in the 1920s and 1930s named after famous poets and authors. The architecture of the 1998 League building, with its striking stair tower and red brick design, blends into the historic neighborhood.
Member municipal officials visiting Denver are welcome to conduct business in the Municipal Center, which features a phone, computer, and comfortable seating. A library with legal publications is also available.
Getting Here and Parking
While getting in and out of Denver can be challenging, especially at rush hour, the League's location is convenient to major interstates and city arteries. With 48 on-site, free spaces, the League can handle most visitors and meetings easily with no parking headaches.
One of the biggest benefits to both the League and its municipal members is the meeting and workshop space with audiovisual equipment. The space can accommodate up to 72 classroom-style for meetings, while also able to handle smaller workshops, or even accommodate two meetings at the same time when the space is divided. The space is available to League municipal members for meetings that pertain to municipal business. To request use of the meeting space, complete this form; request for meeting space is not confirmed until the meeting room request form is approved and signed by CML.
The building is handicapped accessible with dedicated parking spaces, entry ramps, and an elevator.