How a Shuttered Strip Club Can Help Denver’s Most Embattled Neighborhood
In August 2017, Denver City Council announced plans to buy PT’s All Nude II, a defunct strip club at 8315 East Colfax Avenue where a notorious murder had ta...
Denver closes off parts of city to self-storage development
Self-storage developers in Denver, CO, already were dealing with a report that claimed the city is saturated with self-storage facilities. Now, the Denver City Council has tight...
Bus Lanes Now on the Table for Quebec Street
until this week, it looked like bus lanes weren’t in the cards for the city’s plan to widen Quebec Street from two lanes to four lanes between 13th and 26th avenu...
Denver’s Airbnb, VRBO Laws Open New Doors for City Residents
Denver City Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman saw the writing on the wall several years ago with short-term rentals. Defined as stays fewer than 30 days, these rentals were becoming...
East Colfax’s identity will soon change — but to what?
Denver City Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman jokes with her staff about pooling their money and investing in a property along East Colfax Avenue. “It might be the last place in Den...
Mayor Hancock wants to make a Denver Department of Transportation — here’s what that’ll take
Denver Public Works will be split in two to better address the city’s transportation and mobility needs, Mayor Michael Hancock announced Wednesday. First, the next Public W...
As East Colfax Redevelops, Affordability Goals And Gentrification Are Neck And Neck
Denver city officials and neighborhood groups are in a race against private developers to pluck parcels of land for affordable housing along East Colfax ahead of bus rapid trans...
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to create a Cabinet-level transportation department
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has ordered a reorganization of the Department of Public Works that could lead to a new Cabinet-level transportation department. Read More
Denver deciding how to spend $750 million to improve infrastructure
DENVER — The Denver City Council is one step closer to finalizing its bonding plan to send to voters in November. On Monday, members of a key stakeholder committee submitte...
Backlog of repairs may weigh down Denver’s fall bond measures, pushing out new projects
A big unanswered question that has grated on five subcommittees making priority lists for Denver’s 2017 bond measures is how much deferred maintenance to include. Read More
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