Portions of the 34 acres owned by Forest City south of Central Park station are coming into sharp focus.
At an event for the first homeowners moving into the new Aurora section of Stapleton, former Aurora City Councilwoman Nadine Caldwell, Patty Moon of Aurora Public Schools, Aurora City Councilwoman Sally Mounier and Tom Gleason welcomed them to the neighborhood.
Just south of Stanley Marketplace, a 172-unit, five-story apartment building is being planned, with construction expected to start early in 2018.
Stapleton residents may have recently noticed the hubbub of activity at 7500 E. 35th Ave., across from Swigert International School and Denver Discovery School.
Dayton/Emporia, the fifth street connection between Stapleton and Aurora, will open once street lighting, landscaping and a short sidewalk segment are installed.
Oneida Park, the retail center located between 22nd and 23rd avenues on both sides of Oneida St., will get a $10 million facelift.
The General Development Plan (GDP) for Stapleton north of 56th, referred to as Section 10 (shown at right), was thought to be final, but Forest City has discovered bedrock in the general area circled in red.
Troy Guard’s Los Chingones Restaurant opened on Saturday, June 24.
Plans for Stapleton’s next new school, a K-8 campus, were presented at Stapleton’s June Zoning and Planning meeting.
Taking advantage of an industry “on fire,” local residents Jake and Kim Crine are opening Übergrippen to climbing enthusiasts and novices in June.