The first of six new apartment buildings near the Stanley Marketplace has begun welcoming tenants and will offer new urban-living options in the southeast Central Park neighborhood.
This month: 1) Park Hill Golf Course Development Update; 2) Park Hill Open Studio Tour October 15 & 16; and 3) Second Dawn Brewing Slated to Open Soon.
This month: 1) Voices Rock Begins New Season; 2) Nike Unite Store and P.F. Chang’s; 3) Price Development Apartments; 4) Credit Union of Colorado; 5) Runway 35 North; 6) Runway 35 South; and 7) Community Open House and Dedication Ceremony at the Former Johnson and Wales Campus
This Month: 1) Guns Buyback Event Aug. 20; 2) E. 32nd Ave., Solana Central Park; 3) E. 35th Ave., NE Denver Housing, Income-Qualified Apartments; 4) E. 36th Ave., A Line Townhomes; 5) E. 36th Ave., Central Park Station Residences and 6) New Central Park Playground.
More engagement with the community is a priority for three Northeast Denver churches —and they are in the midst of some major changes to their physical spaces to reach that goal.
This month: 1) Central Park Cub Scouts Scrub Graffiti and are Available for Other Service Projects; 2) Court Dismisses Lawsuit by Opposition to Developing Park Hill Golf Course; 3) Clark’s Market Breaks Ground in Lowry; and 4) Annette Owner Snags Another James Beard Nomination.
This month: 1) Union, King Soopers Reach Tentative Deal; 2) Submit Your Ideas for Renaming Johnson & Wales; 3) Construction on Protected Bike Lanes Begins in Central Park; and 4) Denver City Council Begins Once-a-Decade Redistricting Process.
Colorado State University professor Temple Grandin has long been celebrated as one of the world’s leading authorities on the subjects of animal welfare and autism, so it’s only natural that the new CSU Spur campus at the National Western Center features a facility for equine assisted services bearing her name.
Although Denver voters rejected a $190 million bond measure to help pay for a 10,000-seat area and community market at the National Western Center, city officials say they are still committed to both projects.
This month: 1) Central 70 Project—Steadily proceeding toward a park over the highway and 2) What will Colorado get from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act?