This fall will mark 10 years since the birth of an idea that added a transformational feature to Northeast Denver and Northwest Aurora. In 2013, a group of Central Park residents embarked on a mission to create a community gathering space. That ambitious vision was actualized with the opening of Stanley Marketplace, which has become a thriving hub for businesses, a gathering space for residents, and a positive destination spot for the community.
There has been no change in ownership at the Stanley Marketplace. Stanley JV owns the marketplace and is a joint venture partnership between Flightline Ventures and Westfield Company. The original article in the Updates section of the July Front Porch that a change in ownership had occurred was incorrect. We sincerely apologize to our readers, to Stanley Marketplace, to Flightline Ventures, and to Westfield Company for the error.
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Corrections: Bill Roberts Middle School’s PARCC score
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The chart showing the outcome of middle school choice for DSST:Conservatory Green had the colors reversed for “Other Denver” and “Non-Denver.” The corrected chart is shown here.