This month: 1) Sand Creek Regional Greenway Closed Due to Health Concerns; 2) The News is No National News at Denver Rec Centers; 3) Denver Unveils Group Living Zoning Proposal; 4) Presidential Race Comes to NE Denver/Aurora; 5) Three Upcoming Openings Announced for The Shops at Beeler Park; and 6) New Asian Restaurant Coming to Stanley by Summer.
With the completion of the Denver Zoo’s new Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Animal Hospital later this year, the veterinary team will be able to provide state of the art care to the more than 3,000 animals that call the zoo home.
After over 110 years, the National Western Stock Show’s home is undergoing an overhaul that will increase visitor and livestock amenities and offer opportunities for greater year-round activities.
After conducting research on the produce supply chain, Puri and Haley were stunned to learn from conversations with retailers and local restaurants how far fresh produce had to travel.
This month: 1) High Comfort Bike Lanes To Be Built on CPB and City Park Esplanade in 2020. 2) The Future of the Park Hill Golf Course? Views Vary Widely. 3) Illegal Pete’s Comes to NE. 4) MLK to Peoria Opening Date. Plus An “Election First” for Colorado.
This month: 1) Gotham Greens, 2) Open Space Supporters Say Park Hill Land Can’t Legally Be Developed, 3) Major Fossil Discovery by DMNS Team
The East Area Plan, which includes Hale, Montclair/Mayfair, South Park Hill and East Colfax, came under fire over the summer as homeowners butted heads with planners over height and density recommendations.
The $150 million update of the Denver Art Museum’s campus, slated for completion in 2021, is the most extensive renovation of one of Denver’s biggest cultural institutions.
Mayor Michael Hancock says balancing the desires of existing residents with an increasing population and having a city that is equitable and socio-economically diverse is one reason he ordered the comprehensive plan for the city.
One hundred eighty units of affordable housing, The Moline Apartments, officially opened on July 10. “The work to get this apartment built will have a long-term effect on a lot of lives,” said Gete Mekonnen, executive director of NE Denver Housing, at the opening event.