The Wind Gate Art Suite by Rodrigo Nava, from Putney, VT, consists of three distinct sculpture arrays installed in Stapleton’s new neighborhood north of 56th Avenue.
We all take for granted that we can easily pick up wine, beer and spirits at a liquor store or order these drinks in a restaurant. What we don’t think about is all that happens before a drink reaches our hand.
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.
Passengers returning from the July 3 Rockies game on RTD’s A-line train witnessed the second accidental train-pedestrian fatality at Central Park Station.
Views on whether to keep or change the name of the Stapleton community—plus answers to your questions about the ballot and Letters to the Editor
Each summer, about 75 youth put out fires, cut up a car wreck, use an ax, climb ladders, and learn valuable CPR and first aid skills in a free three-day camp put on by the Denver Fire Department.
Station 39, a nearly 13,000-square foot, $9.4 million facility opened on May 31, 2019. It is home to one engine company with 12 fire fighters on staff.
Stapleton’s rail station is one factor that made Central Park Blvd. (CPB), from Montview to 36th Ave., a high priority location for one of Denver’s eight high-comfort bike lane projects.
Urban Air includes more than your standard fare of trampolines and dodgeball, though you will find “Pro Zone” performance trampolines here as well as basic trampolines.
In a community-wide vote, Stapleton property owners will receive a ballot in June on whether to change the Stapleton name. Read about why the ballot is happening and what’s on it here.