The Denver Post

A Scoop of Nostalgia

Photo by Hyoung ChangA giant milk can being built in Denver’s Highland neighborhood will serve up nostalgia, as well as ice cream.

“It’s roadside vernacular-type architecture,” said Paul Tamburello, who is developing the project designed by architect Ted Schultz. “It’s like eating a hot dog inside of a big Coney Island hot dog.”

Western Steel and Boiler Co. made the can, now on site at 2620 16th St., west of the LoHi Marketplace. The company is working on the lid for the store, to be called Little Man Ice Cream.

“There are very few shops in town that can bend half-inch or three-quarter-inch steel,” Tamburello said…read full article.