Forest City has created a concept plan for the last big section of land to be developed in Stapleton.
While Stapleton neighborhoods north of I-70 are developing quickly, it’s still a construction site. What is life like as some of the first residents in an emerging neighborhood?
Cast your vote! The Westerly Creek Metropolitan District (WCMD) board is electing new members.
Developing a community of 30,000 residents over a 25-year period is complicated, but this article and chart will hopefully clear your confusion about how the development process works.
Ever wondered where your tax money goes? Well, it’s complicated in Stapleton. Learn where your tax money goes and how Stapleton differs from the rest of Denver.
18 new affordable townhomes have been built by NE Denver Housing, located on Martin Luther King Blvd. near Spruce St.
Here’s an update on parks north of I-70 (including a dog park) and good news about Westerly Creek North and Uplands—they will move forward this year.
Interviews with Stapleton Development Corporation board members give us a look at how this group of volunteers came to be charged with guarding the vision of the Green Book (the Stapleton Development Plan).
“Whatever you do, this problem is going to exist,” says Stapleton resident Tad Rogers, who recently received a judgment from a jury trial that included $242,000 to replace his clogged drainage pipes and $552,000 for the hassles and inconvenience he has experienced in dealing with the drainage problems.
The October 2012 issue of the Front Porch carried an op-ed from Mayor Hancock that stated: “Measure 2A will benefit neighborhoods spanning from Stapleton to Lowry by helping to: –Complete parkland construction and restore maintenance. –Resurface, extend and complete neighborhood arterials like Central Park Boulevard, Smith Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. –Bring library […]