S&D Law, which is formerly known as Silver & DeBoskey, is located in an historic Denver mansion of considerable significance.

S&D Law has occupied the Smith Mansion since April 1994. Presiding over the northwest corner of East 18th Avenue and York Street, the Smith Mansion, built in 1902, is listed on the National Register of Historic places and is also designated as a Denver Landmark.

The mansion's location directly across from the serene beauty of City Park provides an elegant transition from the park to the activity of mid-town and Denver's central business district.

In the mid-1980s, the Smith Mansion and the Carriage House were carefully restored over a period of sixteen months in compliance with the United States Department of Interior regulations relating to the restoration of historic buildings.

Painstaking care has been given to preserving the original decor and grace including such features as the unusual circular Holland stairway, the beautiful ornamentation and the refurbished chandeliers. This preservation has been accomplished with no compromise of high quality materials and fine craftsmanship.

The results are dramatic, blending preservation with a distinctively modern, efficient facility and creating a "living office" environment reinforcing a professional image to clients and employees. The renovations ensure that this stately landmark will continue to have an important role in Denver's future.

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