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Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

The egg. The spaceship. Whatever you call it, Community Banks of Colorado branch in Engelwood, designed by architect Charles Deaton, is an eye-catcher. And it’s 50 this year.

Here’s a look at some of the abodes being featured in this year’s Denver Parade of Homes

Here’s a look at some of the abodes being featured in this year’s Denver Parade of Homes

The event is free, open to public, and spans across the Denver metro area until Labor Day, Sept. 4.

Futuristic nightclub to take over former City Hall event space on Broadway

Futuristic nightclub to take over former City Hall event space on Broadway

Temple Nightclub is a high-tech venue that tracks dancers’ movements room to room to provide a better experience, integrates gamification and incorporates motion-sensing light shows.

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Keensburg will become the temporary tiny home capital of Colorado this weekend, when 25 homes go on display for those curious about down-sizing and living off the grid.

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Keensburg will become the temporary tiny home capital of Colorado this weekend, when 25 homes go on display for those curious about down-sizing and living off the grid.

Change is in the air for annual Japanese festival and Sakura Square neighborhood

Change is in the air for annual Japanese festival and Sakura Square neighborhood

Earlier this week, Sakura Square officials announced that the block would be redeveloped by a team that includes Shigeru Ban, a Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect behind the Aspen Art Museum.

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.

Englewood’s Final Fridays seen as sign of a city’s emerging ‘cool’

Englewood’s Final Fridays seen as sign of a city’s emerging ‘cool’

Englewood’s South Broadway business are hosting monthly Final Fridays to ‘wake up’ the city with art, music and food, drink and merchandise specials.

Downtown Denver’s transformed Dairy Block comes to life as boutique hotel The Maven opens

Downtown Denver’s transformed Dairy Block comes to life as boutique hotel The Maven opens

The development team behind Dairy Block said the best is yet to come for the high-profile redevelopment transforming the downtown city block once home to the historic Windsor Dairy through a mix of adaptive reuse and new construction.

How Idaho Springs plans to turn the Argo Mine Superfund site into a tourist attraction

How Idaho Springs plans to turn the Argo Mine Superfund site into a tourist attraction

Idaho Springs’ Argo Mill and tunnel redevelopment project hopes to spark the economy in Clear Creek County with a hotel, village and mine tour, marking what is likely the first-ever tourist-friendly Superfund site.