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From an illegal pot grow to Lyft: Steam on the Platte’s tenants shift as Denver neighborhood undergoes major face-lift

From an illegal pot grow to Lyft: Steam on the Platte’s tenants shift as Denver neighborhood undergoes major face-lift

Sun Valley, flush with bond money and $30 million in federal grant funding, is set to undergo a face-lift unlike any other Denver neighborhood. The mixed-use Steam on the Platte project shows the private sector will be part of it.

From an illegal pot grow to Lyft: Steam on the Platte’s tenants shift as Denver neighborhood undergoes major face-lift

From an illegal pot grow to Lyft: Steam on the Platte’s tenants shift as Denver neighborhood undergoes major face-lift

Sun Valley, flush with bond money and $30 million in federal grant funding, is set to undergo a face-lift unlike any other Denver neighborhood. The mixed-use Steam on the Platte project shows the private sector will be part of it.

“Let another city ‘win’”: Some locals are saying no thanks to an Amazon headquarters in Denver

“Let another city ‘win’”: Some locals are saying no thanks to an Amazon headquarters in Denver

The threat of increased traffic congestion, the rise in unaffordable housing, the burden on the city’s infrastructure and the impact on lower-income citizens rise to the top of those who aren’t so rah-rah on Amazon’s HQ2 moving to Denver.

“Let another city ‘win’”: Some locals are saying no thanks to an Amazon headquarters in Denver

“Let another city ‘win’”: Some locals are saying no thanks to an Amazon headquarters in Denver

The threat of increased traffic congestion, the rise in unaffordable housing, the burden on the city’s infrastructure and the impact on lower-income citizens rise to the top of those who aren’t so rah-rah on Amazon’s HQ2 moving to Denver.

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

Here’s why some of the world’s biggest retailers, and many others, are flocking to north metro Denver

An unprecedented $350 million worth of commercial projects broke ground along the I-25 corridor in Thornton in 2017, city economic development officials say. There is little reason to think the flood of development will stop any time soon, and neighbors Westminister

In Denver’s raucous RiNo market, an island of affordable apartments will rise

In Denver’s raucous RiNo market, an island of affordable apartments will rise

The Urban Land Conservancy is partnering with Medici Communities to build 65 permanently affordable apartments at the corner of 36th and Walnut streets in RiNo. Affordability is not the norm in the neighborhood near the 38th and Blake train station.

Small businesses learn how to get a piece of Colorado’s multi-billion dollar development pie

Small businesses learn how to get a piece of Colorado’s multi-billion dollar development pie

The inaugural Colorado Small Business Collaboration Conference, held Thursday in Denver, brought constriction industry professionals and state, local and federal agencies together to discuss transportation oriented opportunities.

Small businesses learn how to get a piece of Colorado’s multi-billion dollar development pie

Small businesses learn how to get a piece of Colorado’s multi-billion dollar development pie

The inaugural Colorado Small Business Collaboration Conference, held Thursday in Denver, brought constriction industry professionals and state, local and federal agencies together to discuss transportation oriented opportunities.

Rossonian Hotel changes hands again as Five Points neighborhood changes up

Rossonian Hotel changes hands again as Five Points neighborhood changes up

People think Palisade Partners’ plan for redeveloping the historic Rossonian Hotel will work. But they said that about former attempts, too.

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

More than a new headquarters, Denver Housing Authority’s office tower will anchor Mariposa redevelopment

It will feature a pretty exterior and be close to a light rail stop. But what will really differentiate the Denver Housing Authority’s Collaborative Resource Center from other office buildings is what’s planned for inside.