After years of waiting, the 25-acre park along 26th Ave. is moving toward reality.
Cakes, coffee and relaxation are in store for Stanley Marketplace.
“This is not a traditional development project. This is a movement. It’s about bringing like-minded businesses together who believe in more than the bottom line, about creating a sense of community, about tearing down fences and building bridges.”
Aurora City Councilperson Sally Mounier announced that Stanley Aviation has been sold. Check out preliminary concept plans here. We’re awaiting updated plans.
What happens when you combine business acumen with a passion for creating community—in a space that accommodates both in a very big way?
A group of Stapleton residents hope to bring a market co-op to Stanley Aviation Marketplace.
Funding for the Stanley Marketplace is secured, and they expect to close the 22.5-acre property in late July.
Flightline—the restaurant/beer garden featured in the November 2013 Front Porch—is now looking to buy the Stanley Aviation site in NW Aurora and may close within a month.
Once seedy, downtrodden and crime-ridden, East Colfax in Aurora is transforming into a thriving arts district.
Westerly Creek is beginning to resemble the vision of a continuous greenway from Lowry to Stapleton.