Business students from the University of Colorado and the University of Denver recently competed in the 16th Annual Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge to create the best development plan for 15 acres in Stapleton owned by RK Mechanical, Inc.
Parents in Stapleton do it all the time. They let their kids play in the pocket parks, walk down the street to a neighbor’s house, bike to school. The community was intentionally designed with small back yards and lots of common spaces, inviting children to roam the neighborhoods on their own.
Fifty-eight percent (58%) of the votes favored changing the name, but the SUN bylaws require sixty-six percent (66%), so the measure did not pass and the name will remain the same. The Front Porch encourages residents to share with us your response to the community discussion and outcome of the vote, which we will include in our June issue (if received by 5pm, Wednesday, May 23).
Although we don’t typically accept anonymous comments, we hope to reflect a full range of views on the discussion and vote, and also hear your thoughts on moving forward as a diverse and inclusive community. Post here, on Front Porch Newspaper Facebook page, or email Melinda@FrontPorchNE.com or Carol@FrontPorchNE.com.
Not everyone has enough time and money to make a difference for a charity. A group of women have teamed up to make a bigger difference by pooling their donations and voting on charities.
All Stapleton residents and persons who own residential property within the footprint of SUN are invited to attend the 6pm meeting on May 15 at the Cube, 8371 E. Northfield Blvd.
The 16th annual Five Points Jazz Festival promises a diverse menu of music, from New Orleans band Dinosaurchestra to headliner Jakarta, a Denver favorite led by City Park South resident Isaac Points.
Colorado’s full of rocks. Some bear gold, diamonds or silver. Others burble oil, gas and water. A rare few record death itself.
Westerly Creek Elementary third grader Kam’ryn Martin proudly admits she has “fire feet.” She’s not the only one.
Northeast Denver has an award-winning community newspaper because local businesses support it.
Realtor Damon Knop has participated in over 400 affordable homes sale transactions as the buyer’s or seller’s agent in Stapleton, including multiple transactions on some homes over the years.