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A New Home for Colorado Public Radio

A New Home for Colorado Public Radio

Colorado Public Radio has received its largest gift: a $2.75 million, 35,000-square-foot building. CPR will move in by summer.
According to the Denver Post, the building is in the Denver Tech Center and was donated by local entrepreneurs Barbara Bridges and Rutt Bridges. The latter said he recently stepped down as chairman of Colorado Public Radio’s board of directors so he could donate the building without a conflict of interest.
The organization now is headquartered in an old sorority house. According to the newspaper, CPR plans to add eight broadcast and production studios, a music library, a news conference and reference room and other operations. The station is raising money to pay for the move, renovations and equipment.