Midwest Association of Housing Cooperatives 2020 Annual Conference
May 16 - May 21, 2020
MAHC is recognized as the leader in Training, Education and Support for Cooperatives
Sheraton Denver Downtown
Situated in the heart
of the city
Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel gives travelers easy access to the best of the Denver. Ideally located on the popular 16th Street Mall, a mile-long pedestrian promenade brimming with shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment, our hotel places the city at your fingertips. Nearby attractions beckon; catch a game at Coors Field, experience an exhibit at The Denver Art Museum or enjoy a family trip to the Denver Zoo. Arrive with ease — the light rail is close by —then settle into our upscale guest rooms and suites, each with our signature Sheraton Sleep Experience Bed, high-speed Wi-Fi and sweeping views of the city and mountains. Enjoy an abundance of hotel amenities including a heated outdoor rooftop pool, 5,000 square foot Sheraton Fitness Center, on-site business center and multiple dining options, including Hacienda Colorado and Yard House. As the largest meeting hotel in Denver, our hotel provides 133,000 square feet of flexible meeting and exhibit spaces.
16th Street Mall
Discover the 16th Street Mall, located in downtown Denver. The mile-long, pedestrian-friendly mall is packed with shopping, restaurants and attractions.
Free shuttle buses, dubbed the MallRide, travel up and down the 16th Street Mall, stopping on every corner. Hop on and hop off as the shuttles come and go every few minutes and make everything downtown easy to reach.
Things to See and Do
There are 42 outdoor cafés along the mall, making it the perfect place to grab a bite to eat or have a drink.
Denver Pavilions, near the south end of the mall, is a shopping and dining complex with 12 movie theaters and more than two dozen shops and restaurants. At the north end of the mall, 16th Street continues as a pedestrian path over three bridges connecting downtown to Commons Park and LoHi, a hip neighborhood filled with restaurants and brewpubs.
Points of interest along the mall include the D&F Tower, a two-thirds replica of the Campanile of St. Mark’s in Venice that was the highest building west of the Mississippi when it was built in 1909.
After dark, horse-drawn carriages and pedi-cabs carry people up and down the mall, while nearly a million lights twinkle above in the more than 200 trees that line the promenade.