This fall will mark 10 years since the birth of an idea that added a transformational feature to Northeast Denver and Northwest Aurora. In 2013, a group of Central Park residents embarked on a mission to create a community gathering space. That ambitious vision was actualized with the opening of Stanley Marketplace, which has become a thriving hub for businesses, a gathering space for residents, and a positive destination spot for the community.
Summertime means barbecue time, and on any given day aromas from neighborhood grills and backyard smokers waft through the air while teasing and tempting all those who catch a whiff.
Many of us catch glimpses of it from the street, but few have had the chance to enter its gates.
The election for Westerly Creek Metro District board of directors has been cancelled. Two of the three of candidates withdrew the week of April 18. The district taxes commercial and residential land in Central Park for local infrastructure.
This month: 1) The LUME Closes; 2) United Flight Training Center Expansion Continues; 3) Denver Discovery School Closing; 4) WCMD Election in April; 5) Three’s Company; and 6) Changes to Denver Compost Program.
With two recent school shootings happening less than two miles from the Capitol and with residents becoming outraged about the rising rates of gun violence, Democrats in the Colorado Legislature have introduced a monumental gun control package consisting of four bills that began progressing through the Legislature in March.
A first-of-its-kind Girl Scouts Dream Lab is set to open in Lowry in March and will offer girls opportunities to complete science projects, perform on stage, produce podcasts, simulate camping, and much more.
A study from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition revealed that 27 percent of Denver neighborhoods are currently gentrifying and that Denver is the second-most gentrified city in the nation, just behind San Francisco.
Construction is underway at the Runway North development (above), located just south of I-70 at Central Park Blvd. Much of Central Park is already built out, but significant projects remain on the undeveloped land.
Sand Creek Greenway is being transformed from a creek that used to hide under airport infrastructure to a gem of nature and recreation in the city.