News updates and briefs for the NE Denver area
In 2010 City Council zoning changes granted complete control over Denver parks to the mayor, eliminating a vote of the people.
Like most officers’ clubs around the country, the one on the former Lowry Air Force Base was where people gathered for a leisurely evening of camaraderie, elegant cocktails and good food at affordable prices.
“Do you know how many shovels I have?” Mayor Hancock joked after the June 6 ceremony breaking ground on a new fire station in Stapleton. For Mayor Hancock and the rest of the officials in attendance, Fire Station #39 is just the latest construction project in the rapidly expanding northeast corridor of Denver.
Business students from the University of Colorado and the University of Denver recently competed in the 16th Annual Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge to create the best development plan for 15 acres in Stapleton owned by RK Mechanical, Inc.
The rise of electronic media and online shopping has dealt a blow to both print media and brick-and-mortar bookstores, but millennial entrepreneur David Chung and his sister, Annie, are swimming against that tide.
Forest City Senior Vice President Jim Chrisman provided the following development information at the May 15 annual SUN (Stapleton United Neighbors) meeting.
Progress Coworking, a shared workspace near Stanley Marketplace, has “a laid-back feel, like a coffee shop,” says co-owner Joe Phillips.
Phantom Pavilion, the newly installed public art sculpture in Prairie Basin Park, is located in the promontory on Trenton Street at Stoll Place.
Living at the Mint Town Center looks more like life in a mini village than in an apartment building.