Business students from the University of Colorado and the University of Denver recently competed in the 16th Annual Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge to create the best development plan for 15 acres in Stapleton owned by RK Mechanical, Inc.
Forest City Senior Vice President Jim Chrisman provided the following development information at the May 15 annual SUN (Stapleton United Neighbors) meeting.
A room full of strangers of multiple races and ethnicities, half young and half old, finds themselves sharing personal stories of their lives that they’ve never talked about with anyone but close friends.
Progress Coworking, a shared workspace near Stanley Marketplace, has “a laid-back feel, like a coffee shop,” says co-owner Joe Phillips.
Park Hill seventh-grader Helen Miller has qualified to compete in the National History Day national finals with her project entitled “Conflict and Compromise on the 38th Parallel.”
Isabella Horton wants to build a career in biomedical research to help people and discover new ideas.
Denver Discovery School (DDS) 7th and 8th graders placed second in the state in the 16th annual eCYBERMISSION competition.
At the May 15th Annual Community Forum, residents had the opportunity to vote (yes or no) on the question “Should the name of the Registered Neighborhood Organization as reflected in Article 1, Section 1, of the Stapleton United Neighbors Bylaws be changed from Stapleton United Neighbors to Central Park United Neighbors?”
On May 15, Stapleton residents voted on whether to change the name of their registered neighborhood organization to Central Park United Neighbors or keep it Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN).
2018 marks the 13th year for the garage sale. It’s easy to picture the sidewalks filled with toys, furniture and clothing.