At first glance, a LimeBike is unremarkable: a brightly colored three-speed comfort bike with a front-wheel basket, warning bell, head lamp, reflectors and wheel fenders. But it represents a paradigm shift in the bikesharing industry.
“We are all accustomed to getting a receipt when we spend money on just about everything else, so why not get a receipt when you pay your city taxes?” So says Brendan Hanlon, the city of Denver’s chief financial officer. Taxpayer Receipt, a new tool on Denver’s website, makes the city’s budget more transparent by educating residents on how and where their money is spent.
The Shops at Northfield has been sold to Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC), a large investment company owned by the Queensland, Australia government.
Northeast Denver health care options have expanded with the addition of the new CareNow Urgent Care location in Stapleton’s Eastbridge Town Center.
Stapleton developer Forest City is submitting possible sites to the state as Colorado responds to Amazon’s September 7 announcement that it is seeking to develop a second corporate headquarters.
Developer David Friedman has offered some additional details about his plans for the transit-oriented development (TOD) a block south of the Central Park Rail Station on the land he recently purchased from Forest City.
Natural foods grocer Lucky’s Market will break ground in 2018 in Lowry, with anticipated completion in early 2019.
The new Eastbridge Town Center at MLK and Havana is now in full swing with five restaurants, retail, personal care and fitness options—and additional new businesses will be arriving soon just across the street.
Manicures, pedicures, facials and waxing, long thought of as a woman’s domain, are increasingly being seen as grooming services for men, according to local business owners.
Sophia Briegleb became a Pilates devotee after finding it helped ease her hip pain when other treatment methods had failed.