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The Denver Hotel Boom

Denver's hotel landscape is growing by leaps and bounds with about 1,400 rooms in planning or under construction. Respectively slated to open in July and April 2014, The Crawford Hotel at Union Station and Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center in the historic Colorado National Bank building are two of the most awaited properties downtown. But local hotel experts also see plenty of room to grow in neighborhoods beyond the city center.

IMA

IMA Financial Group Moves into Swank New HQ at Union Station

The IMA Financial Group moved into its slick new headquarters on the north side of Wynkoop Plaza at Union Station in LoDo. The Denver-based financial services firm is the first arrival at the $500 million redevelopment.

The space has a lot of potential to be redveloped as residential space.

Gates Demolition Underway, Redevelopment Next

The former Gates rubber factory has blighted the South Denver landscape for more than a decade. Now that demolition is underway, can the redevelopment reality match the award-winning mixed-use plan that fell apart five years ago?

CU Denver

CU Denver Marks 40 Years with Big Changes

Four decades after its establishment as an independent institiution, CU Denver has come a long way. Today the university is in the midst of another major evolution, with its first independently owned building underway as the neighborhood-oriented master plan for the Auraria Campus becomes a reality.

THe source

Photo Essay: A Good Look at The Source

The Source, the historic foundry turned artisan market and foodie hub, opened in Denver's RiNo neighborhood in August. With tenants like Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project and Acorn, there's plenty of good stuff to drink and eat. And there's nothing else like it in Denver. Confluence Denver Managing Photographer Kara Pearson Gwinn recenty snapped a few shots of the much buzzed-about market.
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Art of Winter

VoD: Learning from Copenhagen

Earlier this month, Fast Company named Copenhagen, Denmark, the smartest city in Europe. What can Denver learn from this remarkable city that might -- someday soon -- become one of Denver’s Sister Cities?
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