The year was 1967. The Rolling Stones appeared on the Ed Sullivan show, The Beatles released “Magical Mystery Tour,” and near downtown Denver, a cylindrical hotel was built in the fashionable modernist style. Fast-foward 48 years, and the former hotel finds itself starting a new revolution: the first micro-apartments in Colorado. Say hello to Turntable Studios — completely renovated, space-efficient, and oh so groovy. Each studio has been designed with clever built-in storage, a juliet balcony, and a kitchenette complete with a space-saving convection microwave oven. Also available are a limited number of 2-br penthouse and lower-level 1-br apartments. And the list of amenities will leave you spinning: top-floor resident lounge, outdoor pool, fitness center, covered bike racks, storage, and reserved parking.