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Greenwood Village Orchard Station plan defeated soundly

Greenwood Village Orchard Station plan defeated soundly

Greenwood Village voters rejected the Orchard Station Subarea Plan by a 3-1 margin in Tuesday’s special election.

Walmart to close two stores in advance of Arvada Plaza supercenter opening

Walmart to close two stores in advance of Arvada Plaza supercenter opening

Walmart will shutter two stores in Arvada and Wheat Ridge next month in advance of the opening of its new Arvada Plaza supercenter in August.

Office building, condos, apartments to kick-start Central Park Station development in Stapleton

Office building, condos, apartments to kick-start Central Park Station development in Stapleton

Undeveloped lots south of Central Park Station in Stapleton will begin their transformation next spring into a mixed-use transit-oriented district.

Key Points for Education Sellers That Home Staging Pays Off

Key Points for Education Sellers That Home Staging Pays Off

By Patti Stern, PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating This spring has been one of our busiest home staging seasons with many sellers enjoying the benefits of preparing their homes early and marketing to targeted buyers – boosting the value of their property and selling quickly. However, there are sellers who are hesitant and […]

LoDo: A renaissance owed to Coors Field, urban pioneers and smart politics

LoDo: A renaissance owed to Coors Field, urban pioneers and smart politics

The meteoric rise of LoDo and its surrounding areas traces to a decade before Major League Baseball in Denver, when artists, entrepreneurs and political leaders saw potential in a historic but dormant neighborhood.

LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

The quarter-century since the arrival of the Colorado Rockies franchise in Denver has fueled tremendous population and business growth in Lower Downtown and surrounding areas. With that, as bar owners and area residents well know, has come a revolving door of trends and tastes.

LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

The quarter-century since the arrival of the Colorado Rockies franchise in Denver has fueled tremendous population and business growth in Lower Downtown and surrounding areas. With that, as bar owners and area residents well know, has come a revolving door of trends and tastes.

Lafayette eyes $3.5M land deal with Flatirons Community Church in bid for affordable housing

Lafayette eyes $3.5M land deal with Flatirons Community Church in bid for affordable housing

Lafayette officials could turn to Flatirons Community Church, the city’s oft-derided megachurch, in a bid to bring a cluster of affordable living into the housing-strapped community.