This month: 1) Pearl Wine and Market Breaks Ground; 2) Mayor’s Homelessness Plan Update; 3) McAuliffe’s Innovation Status; 4) Second Place for Northfield High School and East High School Boys Soccer; and 5) Drybar Coming to Central Park.
This month: 1) New Luxury Apartment Complex; 2) Three Arrows Gallery Opens in Central Park; 3) Kurt Dennis Sues Denver Public Schools; 4) New Businesses at The Shops at Northfield; 5) National Wildlife Property Repository; and 6) New Plans for Bluff Lake Nature Center.
It’s one of the longest urban trails in the nation and it’s about to get some major upgrades in the Northeast Denver metro area.
This month: 1) Over Flyte at FlyteCo Brewing; 2) Denver Speech and Debate Teams Shine at Nationals; 3) Park Hill Housing Project; and 4) Restaurant Openings and Closings.
The Valor on the Fax is a culmination of five years of public and private sector efforts. Valor is located at 7900 East Colfax Ave. and the building will “make a dent” in the tremendous need for housing and supportive services for those with TBI or related disabilities, says Kate Kerkmans, President and CEO of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIA).
This month: Glissade Coffee Opens in NW Aurora; Alexan Montview Plaza Progress; East High Con-Law Fourth in Nation; Northfield Drones; Suncor Update; Denver Discovery Classrooms; and Costco Opens in Green Valley Ranch.
Many new affordable housing projects are underway throughout Northeast Denver to reduce the housing deficit facing neighborhoods and increase the affordable options available for residents.
This month: 1) Participatory Budgeting Ballot Results; 2) Oblio’s Pizzeria Has a New Owner; 3) Therizo Café is now Copper Door Coffee; and 4) Newsies: A School Musical by McAuliffe Students.
This month: 1) The Suncor Shutdown; 2) Northfield HS Principal Announces Retirement; 3) Groundbreaking for Nature Play in City Park; and 4) East High Hockey Coach Wins Coach of the Year.
The CSU Spur campus is located at the National Western Center and hopes to attract some of the 10,000 students who visit the National Western Stock Show every year. This year on Jan. 6, the day before the stock show begins, CSU will officially open its third and final new building named Hydro (the Greek word for “water”).