1) NE Hotel Purchase Will House Denver’s Homeless; 2) Survey on the Future of Park Hill Golf Course; 3) Montview Plaza; 4) New Biz(s) in E. 29th Ave Town Center: Indian Food and Doughnuts; 5) DPS Purchase of Johnson & Wales Bldgs.
Kappa Tower II includes almost every feature and amenity that the Board of Directors identified as important for a successful project. Some units are still available. To qualify, residents must be age 62 and older with income at 30 to 60 percent of the area median income (AMI).
1) Brookfield Submits Plan for Almost 500 Additional Residences in Central Park; 2) Exchange at Blvd. One in Lowry Announces New Tenants Including Clark’s Market; 3) Central Park Garage Sale Sat., May 22; 4) May 15 Public Celebration on the New Section of I-70 before Opening to Traffic; 5) New Pet Licenses Have a QR Code; 6) Park Hill Methodist Church Offers Safe Space for Unhoused Neighbors
1) Central Park Development Status Update; 2) Neighborhood Saddened by Death of Central Park Woman; 3) Credit Union of CO to Build Headquarters in Central Park; 4) 72 Income-Qualified Units Coming on Colfax; 5) Denver Acquires New Mountain Park; 6) New Public Bathroom Being Installed Downtown
The Park Creek and Westerly Creek Metropolitan Districts were created in 2000 to establish governmental entities that would fund and construct infrastructure for the redevelopment of the abandoned Stapleton airport.
Notice is hereby given that one or more vacancies currently exist or will exist on the Board of Directors of the District effective March 1, 2021.
This month: 1) Central 70 Drainage System Nearing Completion 2) 168 Apartments Coming to Stanley 3) Special District Taxes in Central Park. 4) Westerly Creek Metro District has a vacancy on its board.
This month: 1)New Retail Development at 40th & CPB; 2)Retail Also Coming to E. 46th Pl. and CPB; 3)Natural Grocers Coming to MLK & CPB; 4)338 Apartments Starting Construction in Aurora.
Sand Creek Greenway is being transformed from a creek that used to hide under airport infrastructure to a gem of nature and recreation in the city.
When people talk about Sam Gary, humility looms large in the conversation. All who worked with him knew his philosophy: “Lead from the back of the conga line.” For Sam, that meant, “As long as the idea you believe in is getting done, you don’t care who gets credit,” says Mike Johnston, the CEO of Sam’s philanthropic organization, Gary Community Investments.