The $40 million project, expected to be completed in early 2018, will replace two blighted mobile home parks that were on the verge of being condemned before St. Charles acquired the property.
The building received the majority of its LEED points for its core and shell construction, which covers base building elements such as structure, envelope and building-level systems.
Catalyst HTI will bring together startups, large companies, government, academic and nonprofit organizations to accelerate healthcare innovation.
Located at 17th and Wazee streets, Avelina is the creation of the husband-and-wife team John Broening and Yasmin Lozada-Hissolm.
EverWest Real Estate Partners and WHI Real Estate Partners LLP purchased the building last month.
St. Charles Town Company is teaming up with Dan Landes of City O’ City and WaterCourse Foods to create a bistro-style concept in the old dive bar.
The building, called FLIGHT, will be part of the mixed-use TAXI community.
Leaders envision an economic development engine in RiNo.
The workshops are part of a historic and unprecedented effort to inform citywide plans for land use, mobility, parks and recreational resources.
Gleam Car Wash, located on West 38th Avenue between Wolff and Xavier streets, features a state-of-the art car wash tunnel, an enclosed detail center and an upscale waiting area that offers coffee and goods from local businesses.
The Workroom has 3,000 square feet of space, with seven private offices and an open floor plan with 16 workstations and desks surrounding a central conference room.
Alchemy features dedicated desks, coworking memberships and private office suites for startups and small businesses.
Ryan Fletter is bringing his Italian street food concept to the first-floor space currently occupied by Bixo Mexiterranean Bites.
The bar marks the first outpost outside of Death & Co’s original location in New York’s East Village.
The 192 guest rooms include a combination of 74 two-queen and 118 single-king accommodations.
Commander, president of alternative dispute-resolution firm Gene Commander Inc., brings the perspectives of the legal and real estate landscapes in Denver.
Last year, high-tech companies accounted for 16.5 percent of the total square footage leased in metro Denver.
Bell will draw from a pop-up studio in the lobby on the afternoons of Sept. 9 and Sept. 29.
The deal includes five massages or fascial stretch treatments for $300. The offer is available through Sept. 9.
Slated to open by the end of September, the concept is intentionally crafted to provide an affordable alternative to the more pricey restaurant and bar options typical in much of the area.
The site is the first in Colorado to be recognized at the local, state or national level for its importance in the LGBT rights movement.
The exhibition is open to patrons attending ticketed Buell events through the end of September and by appointment.
Slated to open late next year, S*Park will be an ultra-green community of townhomes and condos designed by Tres Birds Workshop.
Dubbed Crush, the event was started six years ago by RiNo artists Robin Munro (Dread) and Jonathan Lamb in an effort to unite the Denver artist community.
The grants are designed to promote healthy eating habits and nutrition.
The Citizens' Planning Academy curriculum will give 30 participants insight into the key aspects of citywide plans, neighborhood plans and zoning.
RentLingo created the Charm Index with the belief that local businesses are what define a neighborhood's charm.
The new location has office space for private instruction, a stage for classes and full productions and seating for 70 audience members.
More than 90 percent of the historic building's existing structural elements were reused.
It's one of several initiatives the DDP will undertake in the coming year.
Built in 1911 as a dry goods store, the D&F Tower was the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River with a height of 393 feet.
The G Line will travel 11 miles between Union Station and Wheat Ridge, passing through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada.
Custom crafted by the Union Station Alliance partners, the Terminal Bar concept will soon offer three separate menus.
The plan aims to create a healthier, more sustainable community on the west side of the city.
The new banking concept offers cafe-style service along with ambassadors to assist with banking needs.
The upscale Mexican restaurant will offer lunch and dinner daily.
Beeler Park will have 22 new home collections priced from the $200,000s to the $900,000s from 10 different builders.
The 275-unit residential building is expected to be complete by mid-2018.
The community is adjacent to the Willis Case Golf Course with easy access to downtown and the Tennyson Street District.
The new office space supports the company’s growth in hiring for the expanding technology, natural food, consumer goods, manufacturing and professional services in Denver and beyond.
Four hives are home to about 5,000 to 10,000 honeybees each.
Wiggins brings decades of restaurant experience to her new venture, including a 12-year stint as executive chef of Panzano.
The mural by artist Gemma Danielle was designed as a prayer wheel reminiscent of the night sky with a central mandala in gold.
The awards are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits and artists for their creative contributions to the public realm through innovative design.
Avelina will serve seasonal, rustic wood-fired dishes.
There were 168 luxury sales in May, exactly the same number as May 2015.
The $20.4 million Ruby Hill Residences offers 114 income-restricted apartments for low- and moderate-income households.
The fast-casual eatery, bakery, marketplace and bar is located in an old warehouse that's now the Backyard on Blake complex.
Stella’s on 16th will offer cafe-style service, as well as an abundant selection of gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups and seasonally inspired dishes to enjoy in-house or take home.
The IMAGINE 2020 Fund provides up to $5,000 for creative and innovative programs.
The restaurant will occupy 7,000 square feet of space, including a 1,000-square-foot outdoor patio.
RNL's Dominic Weilminster was recognized as Emerging Professional of the Year.
The hotel, being developed by BMC Investments, will be a low-cost alternative for the Cherry Creek North shopping district.
The Bindery will occupy 4,000 square feet on the ground for of the apartment community Southern Land is building at 18th and Central.
Designed in conjunction with the Denver B-Cytcle Program, which has a station just across the street from the hotel, the bike tour package includes a B-Cycle day pass for two to go on a Denver journey.
Those joining the Parade are: Elacora, Jackson Design Build, The Lakes at Centerra, Meritage Homes, Oakwood Homes, TRI Pointe Homes and Wonderland Homes.
Sanderson Apartments will house 60 of Denver's chronically homeless, which will further the city's efforts to provide housing for 250 of the most vulnerable residents.
The new brand is the first of several initiatives from the co-op, which plans to increase membership from 704 member-owners to 1,000 by the end of the summer.
The hotel, developed by Stonebridge Companies, is in Denver’s financial district, a half block from the 16th Street Mall.
Denver, which sees 53 million passengers a year, ranked No. 28 on the Skytrax list of the World’s Top 100 Airports in 2016.
Terumo BCT, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the American Diabetes Association will join the community.
The last time Denver had four or more historic landmarks designated in one year was 2007.
The study, which focused on Millennial moving trends, found that nearly half (46 percent) of 18- to 35-year-olds moved to a new city, state or country to be with or find a romantic partner.
River North Residences is the second RiNo project for Invent. The company's sold-out Backyard Residences is scheduled for completion in July.
The LAB is a 78,000-square-foot office building with first-floor retail and covered parking.
Westminster Station is the third stop from Denver Union Station for the RTD B Line for Boulder-bound commuters.
The meetings are designed as a platform for community residents to propose solutions they think would be best in each neighborhood.
Steve and Jan Davis paid $375,000 for the house, which was badly damaged in 2008 when its then-owner removed the roof without approval.
Savory Spice and MindCraft will join the lineup at the former aviation manufacturing facility.
The honorees, selected by a jury of key business leaders convened by the partnerships, are businesses, projects and initiatives that had the most significant impact on the center city in 2015.
Civic Center Station is one of RTD’s busiest regional bus transit centers, serving 18 routes and an average of 15,000 passengers daily.
The neighborhood will be the last built in the Lowry community.
Starter home inventory in Denver dropped 77 percent between 2012 and 2016.
The Next Stage NOW is a pilot program that Arts & Venues is launching to grant funds to artists and arts organizations to program the complex in non-traditional ways.
The festival is an opportunity to experiment with ideas for public spaces and showcase ideas for how participatory design, art and technology can create connections and greater ownership of public spaces and how they are used.
The event will feature food trucks, craft drinks, crafts and live music by El Passo Lasso and DJ E-Trane.
RTD is asking the public to snap pictures of a commuter rail train while it’s testing on the CU A Line and post them to the RTD Instagram page.
The NAIOP Colorado Mentor Program is designed to match a limited number of mentees with experienced industry professionals who will provide them with the opportunity to learn different aspects of the real estate industry.
New buildings in Denver are expected to be up to 25 percent more energy-efficient.
The Spring Flea will showcase 150 Colorado-centric vendors and curated new additions.
A new music hall, rehearsal and recording space, commercial development, expanded retail and an arts high school campus are part of the vision for the redevelopment of the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
Julep will open in 2,750 square feet in Larimer Row, a new building being developed by Westbrook Development Partners at 3254 Larimer St.
The Healthy Food Challenge will award up to $250,000 in grants to projects addressing one or more aspects of healthy food education, fresh food retail or food-related micro-businesses.
The project will serve as a major catalyst for the area, creating a mixed-use, transit-oriented urban community set to elevate Denver’s profile on an international level.
Stapleton's diverse mix of home products and designs attract a wide range of buyers, which boosted the community in the ranking.
The fellowship program, endowed through a gift from the Dimond family, was established to foster excellence and passion for providing distinguished hospitality in future industry leaders.
A partnership between Urban Villages and Jeff Hermanson of Larimer Associates plans to pay $2.5 million for the quarter-acre site at 14th and and Court streets.
The hotel will the 14th property for Starwood Hotels & Resorts' Tribute Portfolio brand.
The plan outlines pillars of economic development: business development, small-business advocacy, housing, neighborhoods and workforce development.
Denver came in at no. 1, while Aurora and Colorado Springs snagged the no. 5 and no. 9 spots.
Each 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence is fully customizable.
The Cooking Channel’s Beekman Boys and reality TV couple Trista and Ryan Sutter will be in attendance at the March 18-20 event.
When Portland, Ore.-based Voicebox opens this summer at 2601 Walnut St., it will offer guests 10 private private-party suites, a central bar area and food.
Cherry Creek will soon see a 225 percent increase in residential units and a 300 percent increase in hotel rooms.
Tamburello and the Pottles have redeveloped a parcel in the Sunnyside neighborhood, creating the Cobbler’s Corner business and retail district.
The house, built in 1875 and designated a city landmark in 1984, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
The state has 12.2 million square feet of LEED space in 95 projects for 2015.
The Art District will provide complimentary light breakfast fare from RiNo’s restaurants and bakeries.
The fast-casual eatery, bakery, marketplace and bar is located in an old warehouse that now is the Backyard on Blake complex.
The 24-foot-wide residences at the corner of West 34th Avenue and Tejon Street range in size from 1,872 square feet to 2,928 square feet.
Tenants looking for less than 5,000 square feet of space make up about 80 percent of the Denver market.
The menu will offer modern-day adaptations of traditional Italian-American steakhouse fare.
The companies will develop a new branding identity that will encapsulate the culture and history that unite the firms.
Coming off a banner year in the construction industry where the chapter saw 127 LEED certifications this year, the USGBC saw attendance at its signature event Rocky Mountain Green increase by nearly 25 percent.
Bacon lovers can dive into dishes that feature six different flavors of bacon, as well as lighter fare.
Arch11 designed Blue Island Oyster Bar, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and Brider.
The store takes over the former Elitch Lanes building.
The topping out signals that the 26-story building is halfway to completion.
The new 3,400-square-foot store, just three blocks north of SOL’s current location, is 67 percent larger than its current store.
Balfour at Riverfront Park provides independent living, assisted living and memory care in a setting that combines the amenities of a four-star hotel with the comforts of a carefully designed residential setting.
The report supports the Downtown Denver Partnership’s plan to add 18,000 housing units to center city neighborhoods by 2027.
The 155-room hotel will include a rooftop bar, pool and two restaurants, one being Sage Restaurant Group’s Departure Restaurant + Lounge Cherry Creek featuring a modern Asian menu.
The finalists were honored Dec. 1 at a gala reception at SPACE Gallery.
The property, which underwent extensive renovations in 2012, was 100 percent occupied at the time of the sale.
Studio 1515, located at 1515 Arapahoe St., will feature Adam Buehler, an emerging artist and graduate student at the University of Colorado at Denver's College of Architecture and Planning.
Thrive, formerly known as New Town Builders, is the first home builder in the country to win a Grand Award for three consecutive years.
Located inside the SpringHill Suites Denver Downtown at MSU Denver, Degree Metropolitan Food + Drink serves lunch and dinner daily.
The goal of the districts is to ensure than the investment pouring into the neighborhood does not significantly alter its urban, industrial character.
The awards are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits, artists and others for their creative contributions to the public realm through innovative design.
The group, formed earlier this year by Denver preservationist Dana Crawford and developer Susan Powers, has broadened its membership to include men, millennials and anyone else who cares about the lack of affordable housing.
Boulevard One is the last neighborhood at the former Lowry Air Force Base to be developed by the Lowry Redevelopment Authority.
"The Mall Experience: The Future of Denver’s 16th Street Mall" is one of three initiatives designed to activate Denver's urban core.
The restaurant will occupy 5,250 square feet in the building, which is under construction on the site of the former Mile High United Way at 2505 18th St.
Wicker Park will offer 240 single-family homes surrounding a large park complete with playground, grassy fields and gardens.
DaVita Healthcare Partners will occupy the 265,000-square-foot building.
Party for kids is Oct. 29. Adults can celebrate Halloween Oct. 30.
The flagship store boasts a 30-foot bar and comfortable indoor and outdoor seating.
Located at First Avenue and Steele Street, Coda will have 182 apartments and a fitness center, self-service pet spa, professional bike, ski and snowboard maintenance equipment and concierge service.
RH has reinvented itself to take advantage of a rebounding luxury housing market that has consumers opening their wallets to furnish their homes.
The redeveloped train station is among 10 winners from a broad mix of projects around the world.
Two awards will be given at the Oct. 20 gala at the Ritz-Carlton.
The previous highest-volume month on record was August 2004.
The Oct. 10 market will feature 10 Colorado farms, locally produced food items and fresh food dishes from Denver Union Station restaurants.
SustainAbility accepts traditional recyclable paper, plastic, metal and glass as well as such non-traditional materials as fire extinguishers, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, wine corks, CDs, vegetable oil, books, paint, bikes and clothing.
The company has completed $8 million in projects this year, helping it to grow by 200 percent year over year.
The building's design allows greater interaction and accessibility to partners, the community and an array of transportation options for staff and visitors.
Crawford is responsible for saving Larimer Square, as well as the redevelopment of The Oxford Hotel and Denver Union Station.
The new playground will replace 20-year-old play structures with sensory-integrated play areas featuring iplaces for kids to climb, swing and have fun.
Catalyst HTI will bring together private enterprise, government, academic and non-profit organizations with healthcare providers and payers to accelerate innovation and drive change for the healthcare industry.
The new station, located at 8200 Smith Rd., replaces the Stapleton Park-n-Ride.
The park is designed to honor (PARK)ing Day, an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and residents transform spaces into public parks.
Ratio will launch its commemorative Wicked Grin Plum Saison on Wed. Sept. 23.
The agreement also includes exterior advertisements on the rail and buses and CU’s name and logo on RTD digital assets and printed material related to the A Line.
With more than $100 million in public and private investment, the Brighton Boulevard Corridor is a strategic focus for the city of Denver.
The Greenway Foundation will receive proceeds from the event to further its efforts protecting the South Platte River.
The project will add services and housing for families while providing long-term financial support to Emily Griffith Technical College.
The full square block is currently under construction to redevelop the site into a mixed-use office, hotel and retail destination.
The WeWork space will have a ground-floor private entrance with glass visibility connection to the main building lobby on floors one and two.
The eight-story building will include 315 apartments and 14,000 square feet of retail space for the existing Tavern Uptown.
La Alma Connection will encourage the use of light rail to help solve the parking shortage and integrate functional art and community activities into the streetscape
The company intends to make improvements to the properties and continue to preserve them as affordable housing.
The new name for the former Welton Street Cultural Historic District better reflects the corridor’s longstanding identity and cultural heritage.
Space to Create, Colorado develop nine projects in eight regions in the state’s rural, small-town and mountain communities.
The Peña Boulevard Station will be the sixth eastbound stop on the trip from Union Station to the DIA.
Open daily for lunch and dinner and serving brunch every weekend, the menu features soups, salads and panini sandwiches.
Steam on the Platte includes the largest remaining undeveloped exposed brick-and-timber warehouse in the city.
Tap and Burger at Sloan’s Lake will have a 4,600-square-foot restaurant at Alexan Sloan's Lake.
Mill Creek plans to break ground in August and complete the project during the first quarter of 2017.
Decatur Point will offer studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom residences, 11 of which will be two-story brownstone-style units.
The mostly pre-sold townhomes range in size from 1,340 square feet to 1,750 square feet.
The project will add more than 450,000 square feet of commercial and residential space near at the intersection of Interstate 25 and Colorado Boulevard.
The renovation provides added space for an expansive wine bar, two community tables and additional banquet seating.
The awards honor projects throughout Denver for excellence in architecture, design and placemaking.
The restaurant will be located in the five-story building at 2930 Umatilla.
The opening night street party features music by Flobots and Making Movies.
It's the sixth neighborhood to join the city's Sustainable Neighborhood Program.
In the past two years, sales of commercial properties in RiNo have topped $365 million.
The event will feature local food trucks, live music and a performance by The Dinner Experience comedy team.
IKE is a pilot program created to support the partnership’s 20-year vision for downtown by providing a comprehensive wayfinding system that leverages technology, promotes retail goods and services and helps welcome international visitors to the city.
Rental units will range from studios to three bedrooms and will be available to households earning 60 percent or less of the area median income -- up to $43,200 for a family of three.
The co-working organization will add 71,332 square feet of space in three locations.
The 433,000-square-foot hotel, located on the commuter rail line that will connect the airport to downtown in 2016, will include 519 guest rooms and 35 suites
The honor is based on the impact the initiatives had on the center city in 2014.
Participants spending at least $20 at Cherry Creek merchants will be reimbursed with $20 in cash.
The center will more than double the number of children and families now served in VOA’s early childhood education programs.
There now is $1.27 billion in development under construction in downtown Denver.
The nearly 30-foot-tall sculpture is comprised of a base, flower pot and stemmed flower with pod and leaves.
Mile High Connects works collaboratively to leverage resources and inform policy, empowering low-income communities to access good jobs, education and affordable housing.
Palace Construction is managing the project, which will include renovations of eight existing classrooms and a redesign of the office space to accommodate teacher workstations.
The murals exemplify the integration of art into daily life, a cornerstone of the IMAGINE 2020 cultural plan.
The 13-acre facility includes baseball and softball diamonds, a soccer field, eight tennis courts and a multi-purpose fitness trail.
The station area plan will provide a vision, strategies and transformative projects for the future of the area surrounding the station.
The building has ground-level retail space to enhance connection to the Denver community.
The 14-acre site of the Midtown Industrial Center will be analyzed by student teams from the University of Colorado and University of Denver.
The company will occupy the top two floors of the 235,000-square-foot building under construction on Wazee Street betwteen 18th and 19th streets.
The project will include a new conferencing center, fitness center and collaborative space that will include a cafe.
The current location at 230 Fillmore in Cherry Creek North will remain open through December.
The Crafty Fox will feature 40 craft beers, fresh pizzas, locally sourced salads, sandwiches and appetizers.
Located at 5701 E. Eighth Avenue, the upscale apartment complex spans a city block.
The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner by the end of 2015.
The firm will host its So You Want to Be an Architect? introductory seminar for high school students
The projects will add retail stores, residences, office space, restaurants and a 155-room hotel.
Elsy, which specializes in corporate interiors, will lease part of the two-story building to Seattle-based furniture manufacturer Watson Furniture.
During the demolition, MAX Construction Inc. uncovered steel beams that were installed in the building.
The 2,600-square-foot greenhouse will produce more than 15,000 pounds of fresh vegetables a year.
The project will have 226 condos for sale in eight 12-story buildings near Sloan's Lake.
The development will include 155 hotel rooms, a rooftop deck with a pool and bar, 5,000-square feet of meeting and banquet space and two ground-floor restaurants.
New and never-lived-in homes throughout the Denver area will be on display to the public.
Delivery Agent will have up to 75 employees at the expanding technology and advertising business units Denver office.
An apartment project in RiNo received $1 million from Fundrise, an online platform for real estate investments.
Nocturne is a modern take on the jazz and supper clubs of the 1940s.
The demolition includes all but a few existing buildings, including the Nurses' Dormitory and Research Bridge.
The two-story, 27,000-square-foot library is the last of three new libraries built with 2007 voter-approved Better Denver Bond funds.
Punch Bowl Social will open a new restaurant and relocate its headquarters to the structure.
The project will be a mixed-use office, hospitality and retail development along Wazee Street between 18th and 19th streets.
RTD is powering up the lines in sections as part of the year-long electrification testing process.
SkyHouse Denver is a mixed-use project featuring 354 apartments ranging from studio to two-bedroom units.
Ink Monstr, which produces large-scale vinyl graphics and wraps, relocated to Sun Valley from RiNo just over a year ago. Founder Reed Silberman has been actively involved in the community ever since.
Community Advantage loans are financed by mission-based lenders rather than directly through a bank.
The boutique real estate firm is hosting a rotating exhibition program designed to showcase artists in the Denver area.
White Lodging plans to start construction this spring, with opening of the AC Hotels by Marriott and Starwood-branded Le Meridien Hotel slated for early 2017.
The Aria Cohousing Community will have private living spaces, as well as community-based common areas that allow residents to share meals and interests.
The conference comes as Colorado is recognized as No. 2 in the nation for LEED certifications.
Senate Bill 177 would require a majority of owners in condominium building, rather than just a majority of homeowners association board members, to vote to proceed with a class-action defects lawsuit against builders.
Discover Denver is a collaboration between Historic Denver Inc. and the city's Landmark Preservation staff.
More than 80 markets were ranked based on the percent change in vacancy and rental rates for the office, retail and multi-family sectors from the third quarter of 2013 through the third quarter of 2014.
SOL Cocina, Blue Island Oyster Bar and Arc'Teryx will locate in the mixed-use development.
The 100,000-square-foot marketplace on 22 acres will be home to a community park, indoor/outdoor event venue, office space and a variety of dining, shopping and recreational options.
The Missing 32 Percent Project is a study of the equitable treatment of all architects across the gender gap.
The restaurants will bring an international flair to the Overland and Platt Park neighborhoods.
Christina Presley was most recently division president for Heritage Homes.
A video about Denver highlights restaurants such as Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs and Acorn in The Source, as well as the 28-foot-tall Little Man Ice Cream milk can.
The Downtown Denver Partnership estimates that 22 projects are expected to be completed this year, up from 16 projects in 2014.
Turntable Studios will have 179 units and is expected to be completed by the third quarter.
The $24 million regional fund will be sued to finance property acquisition and pre-development loans for developers creating and preserving affordable homes along transit corridors
The new center will feature videos, touch screens and computers -- along with expert staff -- to provide information on Denver's arts, dining, nightlife, events and Colorado excursions.
The LEED Dynamic Plaque empowers landlords, tenants and guests to view energy, water, waste, transportation and human experience on an ongoing basis through electronic display screens located in buildings.
Since 2004, Semple Brown Design has completed five projects on the Kent Denver campus.
Retail sales increased 10 percent between the second quarters of 2013 and 2014.
The project received financing through Denver’s Office of Economic Development’s Revolving Loan Fund Program.
Paradise 4 Paws offers 24-hour service that includes day and overnight pet stays.
The New Year's Eve Bootlegger Ball begins at 8 p.m. and will feature three floors of entertainment.
Union Kolsch will be sold exclusively at Union Station's Terminal Bar and Denver Beer's Platte Street location just across the tracks.
The Fax-Mayfair Business Improvement District also was awarded a $150,000 grant from the Denver Office of Economic Development to offset startup costs and fund a streetscape master plan for the district.
Re:Vision will create a destination that will include a co-op grocery store combined with a small cafe, a commissary kitchen and a food aggregation and processing facility.
The $60 million project is expected to break ground next fall and open in the spring of 2017.
The Tivoli Brewery and Tap Room is scheduled to open as a full-service taproom, restaurant and brewery next spring.
The five-story building will offer residents contemporary living near City Park and is just minutes from downtown Denver.
Each member invested a $200 one-time payment to support the cooperatively owned, full-service grocery store that is committed to supporting the local economy by providing a wide selection of locally grown and sourced food products.
Located near Mayfair Park, the 88-unit senior living community will have a bistro lounge, library, home theater room, arts and crafts, exercise and rehabilitation room, beauty salon and Skype services.
The quick-service Japanese restaurant offers hibachi grilled fresh food cooked behind the front counter by skilled executive hibachi chefs.
The Brownstones at King Stroud Court will range in price from the high $300s to the high $400s.
Denver-based RedPeak paid $13.45 million for the property, which had been owned by a family partnership since it was built in 1970.
It's the second consecutive year Denver-based New Town has received the Zero Energy Ready Home Grand Award.
Also on view during the fundraiser will be Surveying Judy Chicago: 1970-2014, an international celebration of the artist's career on her 75th birthday.
Submissions should represent a center city business, organization, event or project that was completed this year and has made a significant contribution resulting in a positive impact on downtown Denver.
Housing Denver will bolster affordability to all income levels from homeless to low-, moderate- and median-income households.
The tour aims to introduce modern architecture and living to people across the country through fun and informative tours in dozens of U.S. and Canadian cities.
Grove Street Apartments incorporates 42 affordable housing units and a nonprofit community services organization.
Inspired by such urban marketplaces as San Francisco's Ferry Building, Seattle's Melrose Market and New York's Chelsea Market, the adaptive reuse development aims to become the new community centerpiece for Stapleton.
Each year, the American Planning Association honors 30 exemplary streets neighborhoods and public spaces that add value to communities and foster economic growth.
Between the Atomic Cowboy bar, the Denver Biscuit Co. breakfast spot at the Fat Sully’s pizza joint, the location will offer something for everyone.
The park, the first to be built in the community in more than 30 years, increases the open space in a neighborhood that falls well under the national standard of 10 acres per 1,000 residents.
The Flatiron Flyer's non-stop service will run on the new express lanes that are currently under construction.
Gravitas' new LoHi building will feature Mizu, a Japanese-style restaurant, and a new concept from acclaimed chef Justin Cucci.
The $40 million plan envisions a modernized and upgraded building that allows for greater flexibility in programming and addresses critical issues of sound and structure.
The goal is to bring teams from 15 cities with representation from the government, philanthropic and nonprofit sectors to learn from Denver Shared Spaces' partnership model and engage in peer-to-peer exchange.
The $40 million gift is the largest real estate donation in the university's history.
The new space establishes a center for dance where the ballet will raise the profile of the state’s largest resident dance company.
The socially conscious co-working community, focused on providing a collaborative culture for environmentally friendly businesses, is developing partnerships and doubling its available office space to meet the demands of Denver’s green movement.
The new Student Commons Building was designed to maximize flexibility, natural daylight and views of downtown Denver, the campus and the mountains.
The new development offering an A.M Farmer program, as well as 25 large personal garden plots ranging from 135 to 270 square feet.
The market is filled with in-house preserved fruits and vegetables, potted meats and seafood, as well as artisanal goods from small producers.
The winning submission will be blown up to mural-sized proporations and installed on a building at 12th and Speer. Previous OneWall installations have been around 1,800 square feet.
All residents are invited to participate in the dialogue by answering the question on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #favoriteplacedenver, along with text, photos or videos.
Both districts must pass a November vote by their commercial property owners in order to receive taxing authority.
Designed by Aspen-based design and architecture firm Rowland+Broughton, the most stunning modification at Elway's Downtown is the onyx stone wall that acts as a divider from the bar.
The wine list highlights quirky and esoteric bottles, as well as a steady rotation of food-friendly beers.
The retailer will specialize in regionally made gifts, jewelry and cards, while incorporating the eclectic and aesthetic desires of the LoDo neighborhood.
The proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) would dedicate one existing travel lane along Colfax in each direction during the weekday morning and evening peak hours for exclusive transit use.
KTI worked with chef-owner Troy Guard and his wife, Nikki, to design a modern steakhouse that is less masculine than traditional steakhouses found in Denver.
River North Investment Co. is redeveloping a 12,500-square-foot RiNo warehouse built in 1932 and a new building that wraps around the courtyard to connect with the warehouse.
Urban Land Conservancy will demolish the 6,000-square-foot building later this summer.
From now until Aug. 21, The Alliance Center is accepting entries from nonprofits outlining their best plans for a sustainable event using the center’s space.
The goal of Cultivate Health is to support the health and wellness of residents living in the multi-generational, mixed-income Aria Denver community.
It will be the first of its kind held in the newly renovated Denver Union Station.
Eviva Cherokee will include studios, one- and two-bedroom units, as well as several townhomes.
The website was developed to showcase Denver's increasingly vibrant mix of retail and chef-driven restaurants, provide a summary of shopping districts and areas and highlight news and opportunities.
’ modular layout can accommodate small and growing companies or groups of people.
The winner will receive a $100,000 two-year, interest-free business loan.
Named for Denver urban preservationist and Union Station partner Dana Crawford, the 112-room boutique hotel honors its home inside the historic building while offering contemporary lodging services.
The downtown Denver hotel also has created "hyper-themed" suites on each of its 13 themed guest floors featuring custom art by Colorado artists, unique flooring and decorations.
The center, in one of the city's highest areas of concentrated poverty, will more than double the number of children and families served in the Volunteers of America's early childhood education programs.
Transit Oriented Denver identifies what each rail station needs in order to maximize its potential and provides a set of action items for getting it there.
The vision for Denver is to have a holistic, transformative and sustainable solution for the 100-acre Sun Valley neighborhood, with a goal of reducing energy consumption by more than 60 percent over local code standards.
In a one-day event, leading ULI Colorado
volunteers will work with the community to find practical ways to improve the urban environment in ways that benefit the health of residents.
Colorado New Style Dance Studio
offers a variety of classes for both children and adults, including introductory dance, improvisation and capoeira summer camps for kids.
Air pollution, crime and numerous traffic hazards point to a serious and persistent gap between public health and planning.
Managed by Denver's Sage Hospitality, the 150-suite SpringHill Suites
on the Auraria campus is metro Denver's first LEED Gold hotel.
Awards recognize businesses, projects and initiatives that have significan impact on central Denver.
About 30 percent of buyers in Conservatory Green already are residents of Stapleton.
The provider of full-service executive suite offices is leasing 7,595 square feet of space in the Grand Central Building at 1625 17th St.
The menu features traditional breakfast favorites, including pancakes omelets, salads and sandwiches.
The design teams will create a series of urban campfires that will encourage visitors to pull up a tree stump and relax on Martin Plaza.
5 green boxes
plans to offer an eclectic mix of local crafts, jewelry, one-of-a-kind furniture and worldly goods with a focus on artsy gifts and hip items for travelers.
's beverage menu is designed to complement the food. Barrel-aged spirits will be accompanied by Colorado craft beers, a hand-selected wine collection and a coffee-roasting program.
The new color palette is intended to reflect the pine trees and landscapes that capture the essence of Colorado.
The effort is designed to enhance Cherry Creek's character and create opportunities for new housing.
The Small Business Opportunity Forum will address recent changes to the city’s Minority/Women Business Enterprise and Small Business Enterprise ordinance.
Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs at 16th and Arapahoe ranked No. 12, and Pho 95 Noodle House at 1401 S. Federal Blvd. came in at No. 71.
Western Daughters, which opened in December at 3326 Tejon St. in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood, is owned and operated by Kate Kavanaugh and her fiance, Josh Curtiss.
The series is designed to honor the creativity of trailblazing women artists through exhibitions, programs and events.
The $1 million renovation aims to improve pedestrian accessibility to the new light-rail plaza and make lighting improvements that will further illuminate the bridge’s impressive design and add to Denver's ever-evolving skyline.
Numerous Modern masterworks will be on display before Christie's puts them up for auction this spring.
Each year, Colorado can nominate up to four schools and one district for recognition in the program, which honors America's public and private elementary, middle and high schools for their efforts toward improving student health and achievement and reducing their environmental impact.
The bank is kicking off with a "What Does LoDo Need?" contest, in which entrepreneurs compete for a $100,000 interest-free loan.
The tours will provide an opportunity to safely tour secure areas of the construction site while previewing the apartments and common areas.
The VUE 3 collection has been popular with young families, says Infinity
GM David Steinke, noting that the company sold 15 homes in March alone. The average price of the homes is $750,000.
The station, which has 70 CNG pumps that will be used by city vehicle operators, supports Mayor Michael Hancock’s 2020 Sustainability initiative, which includes improving air quality.
The pieces, created by established and emerging local artists, include a 95-by-95-foot mural by Mindy Bray titled The Heavy is the Root of the Light. It covers an entire wall behind a two-story escalator.
The Morgridge Center for Community Change is a long-term investment in the collaborative community work of the Mile High United Way.
Imagine 2020: Denver's Cultural Plan provides a strategic vision for arts culture and creativity.
High Point Creamery will produce handcrafted ice creams using fresh ingredients.
Balfour at Riverfront Park includes 28 affordable units for seniors ages 62 and older.
LowDown Brewery + Kitchen Owners Scott O’Hearn and Phil Phifer have more than two decades of experience, education and a national following and have won numerous awards for their craft brews, including accolades from the Great American Beer Festival.
The list highlights the regions around the country that are at the forefront of the movement for sustainable building design, construction and operation.
The city is one of six selected by PeopleForBikes
to receive assistance in building bike lanes
The conference will explore issues ranging from net zero energy and tactical urbanism to how to best take advantage of emerging green building economic opportunities.
Funds are available for nonprofit agencies to improve facilities.
Buyers can customize their units in the LoHi Place
Commission of artwork at Northfield Uplands Park will be funded by the Better Denver Bond Program
Brad Buchanan was a Principal and Boardmember of RNL
, a design, planning, architecture and interiors services firm in Denver.
Thrive Workplace Solutions
provides flexible spaces for growing businesses, as well as services tailored to its members business needs.
The five-level, 126,000-square foot wing houses the Morgridge Family Exploration Center and the Rocky Mountain Science Collections Center occupy the addition.
The Central Rail Extension will improve access between and among the northeast Denver neighborhoods, the downtown transit network and the full RTD transit system.
Trae Rigby oversees the redevelopment process for two historic projects in Lower Downtown -- Union Station and the Windsor Dairy Block.
is growing, with two new restaurants slated for metro Denver and two more in Fort Collins and Chicago.
The new location will offer visitors an enhanced experience, while staying true to the salon-style and intimate atmosphere for which the Kirkland Museum
The outdoor project is expected to complement the museum's offerings and add a knock-your-socks-off, interactive feature to the larger Civic Center complex.
Kirsten Medeiros has been involved with the Mile High Chapter since 2010 and a local real estate agent for 20 years.
Survey finds 46 percent of respondents use transit, while 38 percent drive alone.
The event will bring more than 70 teams and 1,000 student athletes to Denver to compete for national championships in men’s and women’s golf, tennis, softball and women’s lacrosse.
The goal is to reconnect the street grid and create a green and walkable city and a true multimodal street.
The 18-unit project will will provide affordable homeownership opportunities at Stapleton.
The 45,000-square-foot building at 1840 Grant St. will be renovated to include offices, shared workspace, conference and meeting rooms, event space and artist studios.
The project, scheduled to break ground this summer, will be a 108-unit, low-rise building at the corner of 18th and Chestnut streets.
The new rooftop deck will be available for meetings and events.
The program is designed for those seeking project management certification.
The historic theater in the Highlands has hosted such performers as Grace Kelly and Robert Redford.
Event features several tours, including an Urban Walkshop through Jefferson Park.
Guests can enter to win a trip to Paris -- or Wisconsin.
The new district's goals include reducing energy and water use.
The 60-unit building in Uptown features a rooftop patio and clubroom with city and mountain views.
The contemporary American restaurant is inspired by the diversity of regional American cuisine.
It's the third location for Greenbox
, which opened its first on Brighton Boulevard and its second on South Santa Fe Drive earlier this year.
For every scoop of ice cream Little Man
sells, one scoop of rice or beans is donated to a community in need.
The 10-story Verve
is walking distance from Denver Union Station, the Cherry Creek Trail, LoDo and LoHi.
The financing enables Prescient
to bring a manufacturing facility online in Houston next year to meet demand for its software design and structural building system.
features tailored suits made from Italian fabric starting at $385.
The Mayor's Design Awards
are presented to Denver homeowners, business owners, nonprofits and artists for their contribution to the puplic realm through innovative design projects.
system provides as much as 35 percent savings over other structural engineering methods and assemblies.
Artists' work will be showcased at ArtsBrookfield25.com
and at Brookfield Office Properties' premier office properties in New York, Los Angeles, Denver, Houston, Toronto, Perth and Sydney.
The 7,800-square-foot office space preserves the historic nature of the building’s architecture while complying with the standards required for a LEED Gold Commercial Interiors rating.
The Crystal Peak and Capitol Peak ballrooms boast more than 1,200 hand-blown crystal light fixtures individually hung from the 14-foot ceiling.
encourages civic engagement by allowing members of the community to contribute from anywhere at any time to share a broad range of ideas, solutions and feedback.
Construction of the 361-room hotel is scheduled to start in early November, with an opening set for late summer 2015.
Jim Mulligan's practice focuses on most aspects of commercial and mixed-use real estate, including urban, resort and suburban developments, with an additional emphasis in the structured financing and corporate areas of practice.
will feature space for 400 workers and up to four eating and drinking establishments.
Susan Maxwell leads all of Zocalo
’s community operations including budgeting, financial reporting and cost-containment procedures from project conception through execution.
Tenants include a FirstBank branch; the popular Boulder restaurant Zoe Ma Ma
; and two national restaurant concepts expanding into Denver -- the health, quick-serve restaurant company Protein Bar
and The Thirsty Lion Pub
, a gastropub that combines the traditional values of American- and European-style pubs.
The Longmont-based restaurant will be a central feature of the Colorado-centric rooftop deck renovation, adding a craft-casual beer and food atmosphere. The renovation will create the largest rooftop deck in the country.
The pilot program
’s goal is to encourage neighborhoods to design and lead community sustainability projects with the potential of achieving City Sustainable Neighborhood designation.
The project already is attracting strong interest, with some renters signing leases as early as last month for move-in dates in January.
The South Platte RiverPlace initiative will help offset costs of the environmental assessments that are required as part of the initial phase of redevelopment.
Tenants will be able to work directly with the architect and construction team to design their office space to fulfill their company’s specific needs at TAXI
The North Metro project
is an 18.5-mile commuter rail line from Denver Union Station through Denver, Adams County, Commerce City, Thornton and Northglenn, ending at Highway 7. The design and construction is scheduled to begin next year.
The billboard is part of a new advertising campaign promoting Denver’s leading research university, which awards more master’s degrees annually than any other public university in the state.
Scheduled for completion next summer, Balfour at Riverfront Park
will feature signature hospitality, amenities and services that will provide the highest level of residential living.
The renovated Alliance Center
will become a hub of sustainability in Colorado as it continues to provide below-market rent and operational support to more than 35 nonprofit organizations that are focused on some aspect of sustainability policies and practices.
Allan Greenberg presented his thoughts on classical architecture.
The company also is offering the use of its moving trucks.
The company took the space over in March and spent months renovating 22,000-square-foot space three blocks south of the Denver Art Museum.
The $12.35 million project features 10-foot ceilings, glass-tile accents, a community room with laptop computers and free Wi-Fi, exercise room, a rooftop barbecue area and a shared car for hourly rental.
The Discover Denver
pilot surve will examine 1,300 buildings in the Harvey Park neighborhood.
The 52,350-square-foot facility at 1385 Santa Fe has 434 units, including workshop spaces up to 2,000 square feet. Drive-in RV and boat units also are available and the facility has loading docks able to accommodate 18-wheel tractor-trailers.
Software company NIMBL
will move into an old Phillips 66 gas station being retrofitted by Studio H:T.
's engineering and construction process combines proprietary software, a patent-pending manufacturing system and a simplified installation process that speeds up building time and lowers overall development costs.
Greenways at Stapleton
will include a large clubroom with kitchen; outdoor landscaped plaza; fitness room; cafe with free Wi-Fi; private dining and meeting room; activity room; and underground parking.
apartments and townhomes are designed to meet the needs of all different types of people.
Chris Fulenwider designed Emerson Lofts to fit in with the Governor's Park neighborhood.
The 73-unit B Street LoHi
will include a 749-square-foot rooftop deck and clubhouse with dramatic views of the city.
Just north of the Regency student housing complex, the Villas
offers basketball courts, swimming pool, bowling alley and fitness center.
24 Jeff Park
offers people who have been priced out of trendy LoHi an affordable alternative in the vicinity.
dishes up traditional pub fare such as bangers and mash; fish and chips; and shepherd's pie.
's new undergraduate program in architecture and planning has a new home in downtown Denver.
The building will have 17,000 square feet of office space and a 3,900-square-foot restaurant
A historic building at 414 14th St. is getting a facelift that includes the addition of 6,000 square feet of space.
has awarded small and disadvantaged business more than $480 million for FasTracks projects.
The new Einstein Bros. Bagels is Mission Yogrut's second at Denver International Airport.
The Mayor's Design Awards
honors projects throughout Denver for excellence in architecture, design and placemaking.
Cherry Creek North saw a nine percent spike in sales taxes last year.
is the first of the future neighborhoods to open north of Interstate 70 at Stapleton.
Newsletters will keep neighbors informed about projects in the RiNo, Elyria-Swansea and Globeville neighborhoods.
's move puts it closer to the ambitious Denver projects in its portfolio.
is a citywide effort helping neighbors get involved with their communities.
The Grove at Stapleton
is the master-planned community's first residence designed for renters ages 55 and older.
Survey finds transportation improvement and the reduction of air pollution and traffic congestion are the main reasons public still believes FasTracks
was a good idea.
Denver welcomed 13.6 million overnight visitors in 2012, 3 percent more than in 2011 and an all-time high.
will feature five single-family homes and four townhomes in Denver's Five Points neighborhood.
A recent study
found that the South Platte River corridor has the potential to draw investment of nearly $260 million.
Photo contest offers more than two dozen prizes to the person whose photo gets the most "Likes."
and Grand American will develop office, retail and multi-family buiding in LoDo.
In Athmar Park, CrossFit Omnia
will offer members a sense of community in addition to physical fitness at the city's largest CrossFit facility.
The Urban Land Institute
's Real Estate Diversity Initiative is designed to boost the real estate careers of minorities and women.
Hyper-Stasis examines the result of choices we make that impact our health -- what we eat, what we do and what we don’t do.
The LoHi Merchant Group
serves as a platform to help merchants market their businesses in a more cohesive way and gives them a chance to network and work together with the neighborhood as one voice.
offers marketing and business management support to independent counselors.
Developer Nathan Beal's work in the Five Points neighborhood gives small businesses a place to call home.
People who have conributed to the ehnancement of the South Platte River will be honored at the After Party on the Bridge
offers about 80 blends of loose tea in a space that also houses local artists on Tennyson Street.
J. Clay Environments used beetle kill to finish the interior of Massif Studio Space
, a coworking-style photography studio on South Broadway.
The Triangle Building in Denver's Union Station neighborhood will feature a bike station with a repair and rental facility, as well as showers and lockers.
Five Points' Coffee at The Point
adds beer and wine to its offerings, as well as an expanded menu.
Emma & Grace
features the work of international designers not represented in Colorado, with partner Mayra Moreno working with the bride to make each gown unique.
Denver Public Library
is opening ideaLAB, a digital media studio where teens can create videos, music and websites.
City Beautiful 2.0
includes coworking space in the McNichols Building, featuring custom, mobile furniture created by local artists.
is poised to start scooter tours of Denver guided by experts on a variety of subjects. Its first will be the Cold Facts on Colfax, starting at Kipling and heading east.
Pre-leasing of the Cadence apartment building
at 17th and Chestnut streets is expected to begin in August and open to its first residents in December.
With Nick Mikelis returning to his roots, the Breakfast Queen's reign is over -- long live Nick's Diner
will double the number of stylists it employs when the salon's expansion is complete.
Highland residents won $10,000 in contest that pitted them agains three other homes.
The nonprofit Urban Land Conservancy
has been buying real estate along the W Line to ensure that affordable housing is available near transit stops.
Artists are invited to submit proposals for a $200,000 commission for the South Terminal Redevelopment Project at Denver International Airport.
At aBuzz Gallery
, exhibiting artists will be given a customized marketing plan and instructions on how to execute a business model.
Hampton Inn & Suites and Homewood Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown-Convention Center is open in the original Xcel Energy headquarters at 550 15th St. just a half block from the Colorado Convention Center.
Lechuga's owners are asking $3 million for the North Denver institution
The Dirty Cookie
delivers cookies, milk and ice cream for those craving a late-night snack.
Levitt Pavilion Denver
will be a live-performance venue in Ruby Hill Park southwest of downtown Denver, with live music year-round and 50 free concerts annually.
is positioning itself as a unique alternative to the Highland, Berkeley and Sunnyside neighborhoods.
The Über Sausage
is dishing up a selection of Swiss- and Austrian-inspired salads, sandwiches and breakfast from its new location in LoHi.
's 12.5-acre complex will include baseball, softball and soccer fields and eight tennis courts.
Focus Property Group is building on the success of its first self-storage facility, adding two new Greenbox Self Storage
locations in Denver.
Kate Spade New York, Calypso St. Barth, Francesca's and ExOfficio are opening stores at The Shops at NorthCreek in Cherry Creek North.
Conservatory Green will be the first of future neighborhoods north of Interstate 70 that will ultimately double the size of Stapleton.
will offer a mix of nationally recognized residential and commercial design showrooms, as well as specialty retail, restaurants, conference and event spaces and design studios, professional office space and multifamily residences.
Balfour at Riverfront Park will offer a full range of independent, assisted and memory-care living choices.
will feature the Northern Italian cuisine on which Chef Brian Laird has built his reputation.
Logan Lofts will feature gas fireplaces and high-end finishes at an affordable price.
RedPeak Properties gets to work converting The Burnsley Hotel into a modern apartment building.
The Downtown Denver Development Map
also shows 20 developments currently under construction. All told, the map lists 72 public and private sector developments or infrastructure projects in downtown Denver.
RedPeak Properties' One City Block
is designed to fit into the surrounding neighborhood.
The West Rail Line
travels through three cities and includes 13 bridges, two tunnels, 12 stations and 12 miles of light rail.
Siblings Paul and Aileen Reilly, who were behind the late Encore Restaurant, describe Beast + Bottle
as a rustic American craft restaurant.
Line28 at LoHi is attracting Gen Yers and those who work at home.
Troy Guard will dish up tacos and desserts from new building at the edge of RiNo.
Ron Tarver is opening the Denver Distillery
in Baker to cater to people who like to know where their spirits come from.
Restaurant Savvy Consultants is a resource for new restaurants looking for everything from food distributors to general contractors.
Rachel Lubow has opened Jewelius
, a jewelry, accessory and clothing store, in the Lower Highland neighborhood.
Childhood friends Brian Klees and Justin Worrell living a lifelong dream in the opening of the reCyclery
bike shop and cafe.
The three higher-ecucation institutions on the Auraria Campus
are collaborating in a new sustainability center dubbed The 5th Street Hub.
RTD is looking for qualified candidates to managing programming for the plazas on Denver Union Station's east entrance.
The Grand Hyatt is spending $28 million to revamp its guest rooms, lobby and meeting space.
The new West Colfax Community Urban Garden will have 38 plots for residents in the neighborhood.
Burns Marketing is boosting its staff and relocating from RiNo to LoDo.
C3 Bike Shop
features everything from high-performance road and moutain bikes to more affordable cruisers.
Zanitas is bringing its trademarked "NuMex" cuisine to the Shoppes at Highpointe in Denver.
RedPeak Properties' Urban Living Team will help downtown residents find the amenities they need.
Topaz provides affordable housing to those wanted to live near University of Denver.
The Source, an artisan food market in RiNo, will showcase the region's best food and drink.
Improving housing market has developers considering restarting Asbury Court townhomes.
Tony Fleith takes over Barker Lounge and transforms it into Li'l Devils.
Renovated Jefferson Park apartment building is attracting new residents.
CU Denver's new building will consolidate student services and house the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Newly remodeled Booker T Apartments are nearly fully leased.
The Desk provides a modern, technology-friendly work environment for a wide range of professionals.
Denver-based Kephart has been honored for its housing design.
Boutique Apartments has invested $2.5 million to develop a 16,000-square-foot co-working space in the Alamo Placita neighborhood.
owner Andrew Gillis quadruples size, plans to open four new stores in metro Denver.
Residents signing a one-year lease at the $8 million Cruise project will get an Electra
Zocalo's 2020 Lawrence apartment project is attracting residents at a rapid rate since opening several weeks ago.
MSU's new, $12 million athletic complex, will feature baseball, softball and soccer fields, as well as eight tennis courts.