With all the excitement surrounding the opening of Stanley Marketplace in northwest Aurora, the quiet opening of a secondhand bookshop just down the street may have gone unnoticed.
MLK Extension Project Inches Forward. The environmental reviews for the Martin Luther King Boulevard extension project were complete as of the October 19 approval by CDOT and the Federal Highway Administration of the “FONSI”, or finding of no significant impact.
The first non-residential use in Stapleton Aurora has received unanimous approval from the Aurora Planning Commissioner.
On Dec. 3, the rumble of motorcycles and metro area firetruck engines will signify the start of the 2017 Annual Harley Toy Ride, a yearly event that helps Children’s Hospital patients and their families experience the magic of the holiday season.
Northeast Denver Housing Center (NHDC) plans to begin construction of a 180-unit affordable housing project in January at the southeast corner of MLK Blvd. and Moline St.
Stanley Marketplace’s popularity may be causing long walks for consumers, but it’s better than having abandoned or underutilized stores surrounded by empty parking lots.
Moorhead Recreation Center on 25th Ave. in Aurora, not far from Stanley Marketplace, has recently reopened after a $16 million complete makeover.
At an event for the first homeowners moving into the new Aurora section of Stapleton, former Aurora City Councilwoman Nadine Caldwell, Patty Moon of Aurora Public Schools, Aurora City Councilwoman Sally Mounier and Tom Gleason welcomed them to the neighborhood.
Just south of Stanley Marketplace, a 172-unit, five-story apartment building is being planned, with construction expected to start early in 2018.
The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education has approved a charter school application for a grade 6-12 campus to be located in Stapleton Aurora on 25th Ave. between Fulton and Iola streets.