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Revesco Properties Concrete Plans for 62 Acres

View here Revesco Properties has finalized its plans for the redevelopment of 62 acres of land adjoining Elitch Gardens. The land is one of the largest infill plots left in Denver. The amusement park itself will remain in place for the foreseeable future. Denver-based Shears Adkins Rockmore and the Vancouver, BC office of Dialog Design are handling …

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New Climbing and Food Concept Coming to RiNo

DENVER — A first-of-its-kind shared fitness and food concept will open in RiNo this summer.  The 50,000-square-foot space — designed by local firms J Logan Architects and Oz Architecture — will feature both Movement Climbing + Fitness (the gym’s third location) and Improper City, a new hybrid food truck park-beer garden, much …

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Grand Opening: Life Time Athletic Flatirons

BROOMFIELD –  Life Time® is bringing a fifth destination to Colorado with the opening of Life Time Athletic Flatirons, located at 300 Summit Blvd. in Broomfield. An evening grand opening celebration to showcase the new space with tours, fitness demonstrations, food and kids entertainment is scheduled for tonight, Wed., Jan. 31 from 6 p.m. to …

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New Tram and Hot Springs Proposed for Glenwood Springs

View here Steve Beckle, the owner of Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park is working with Leitner-Poma of America — a provider of cable transport systems — to add a higher-speed tram to his attraction above Glenwood Springs in Grand Junction, CO, that could cost close to $7 million. Beckle also plans to add a commercial …

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Groundbreaking: Pinkard Construction Underway on Vida for DHA

DENVER – Pinkard Construction Company has broken ground on Denver Housing Authority’s (DHA) new ground-up mixed-use senior housing development, located on West Colfax Avenue between Perry Street and North Quitman Street, near Sloans Lake. VIDA will include 176 units of senior housing, a health clinic, and an adult day center. VIDA replaces a used car …

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Broncos Stadium to Take Down Sports Authority Sign

View here Sports Authority at Mile High Stadium will remove the Sports Authority signage by the end of this football season, to make way for a new placeholder name to be put in place by the start of next season. Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy in March 2016 and sold off its …

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Renovations Complete at Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center

DENVER – The Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC Denver) was under construction in a variety of different areas throughout the buildings and exterior for most of 2017. The updates, nearly all of which are now complete, help ensure the JCC Denver is an inclusive place for everyone in the community for generations to come. …

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Stapleton Parks Honored with 2017 ASLA Colorado Award

DENVER – With the catastrophic storm flooding in Houston and Florida again sounding the alarm about development patterns and ever-expanding impermeable urban surfaces in cities across the U.S., the sustainable design strategies for one Denver neighborhood stand out. Denver-based urban design and landscape architecture firm Civitas has been instrumental in …

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INDUSTRY’s Second Creative Workspace Opens in RiNo

DENVER — Q Factor, a local development firm, and partner Clarion, an institutional real estate investment company, announced today the opening of INDUSTRY RiNo Station in the River North (RiNo) District. The property, sister to INDUSTRY Denver located on Brighton Boulevard, is an adaptive reuse project comprised of creative office space, retail, and …

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Unique Mixed-Use Project Opens in Downtown East Louisville

By Katie Rapone The City of Louisville is experiencing increased interest from developers, eager to take advantage of all that Denver’s premier northwest suburb has to offer. Since 2012 the city’s population has grown by 12 percent, thanks to its localized growth strategy and its central location along the Northwest …

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