Anthony Artol Visible Enterprises, Ltd.

August 16,
As sex came to dominate Colfax (Avenue) in the heart of Capitol Hill, the street's reputation rebounded on women who happened to be on the boulevard. Most of the sex joints sold fantasy, but were not brothels. Men leaving them would often be sexually excited, but frustrated. To fulfill their desires, the prostitution industry moved into the neighborhood.

found in
Phil Goodstein, The Ghosts of Denver: Capitol Hill, 1996