Denver’s 9th Street Historical District Built 1872. Reportedly had a well in the cellar. One of the daughters slipped in, and had to be hauled up by a rope. The houses along the east side of the park Northwest Corner of the 9th Avenue Park 1873 – the Davis House – home to Flour Mill owner – Charles Roger Davis. 1880 – The Rundle House. Rundle was the manager of Colorado Electric. The roof was added as a later edition, designed by Frank E. Edbrooke – architect of the Brown Palace.