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The CBD (Central Business District) marks the start of the 16th Street mall, a source of pride or contention depending on whom you ask. One of the country's largest pedestrian walkways and the main vein into LoDo, the heart of the 16th Street Mall has more than 280 restaurants and shops. While the CBD contains several government buildings and the Colorado Convention Center suggests more visitors than residents, more than 3,500 Denverites live in the CBD's renovated lofts.

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Picturesque Colorado scenery can paint a misleading picture about wellness

Instead of hiking, biking and skiing, many Coloradans struggle to simply stroll through their neighborhoods or put healthy food on the table.

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7 Things That Will Make Denver More Fun in 2018

A quick list of new restaurants, exhibitions and places to just hang out that promise to light up life in Mile High City in the coming year.

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Yes, This Is Public Housing: How Denver Housing Authority Is Mixing It Up — and Making Better Homes

Forget everything you thought you knew about low-income housing. In DHA’s redevelopments, modern design elements straight out of Dwell magazine harbor sleek, mixed-income villages, resulting in public housing that’s affordable and forward-thinking.

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Eye Candy: The Best Denver Building Designs of 2017

The annual Mayor’s Design Awards emphasize the positive side of the city's widespread gentrification.

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The Boutique Boom: A New Crop of Hotels, Specializing in Personality, Welcome Denver Visitors

Across Denver's developing neighborhoods, boutique hotels, like the Born, Maven and Halcyon, are redefining the hospitality industry and filling a niche in a wide-ranging construction boom that is bringing dozens of new hotels and thousands of guest rooms to the city. They aim to lure travelers and entertain locals at the same time.
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Now & Next: DU and Colorado team up to make government more efficient

The University of Denver's Barton Institute for Philanthropy and Social Enterprise will evaluate state programs to see what's working --  and what isn't. The partnership is modeled after a similar program in Rhode Island.
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