Office and apartment building owners will have to cut greenhouse gas emissions and use more renewable energy-powered appliances.
GEST Carts Denver started offering free rides around LoDo and Highland but doesn’t have any advertisers yet to cover the overhead.
The National Western Stock Show returns to Denver in January after a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
“Our system is on the brink of collapse,” said Denver Health’s CEO. Adams, Arapahoe and Jefferson counties issued similar mandates.
The nonprofit that operates the temporary shelter site and a neighborhood association were unable to come to terms.
Kiewit alleges Continuum Partners’ “insufficient” design plans caused “significant delays” in completing the downtown development.
“I got new management, new security,” said Hussam Kayali, whose Denver nightclub faces possible fines or the loss of its liquor and cabaret licenses.
A vaping store owner said the measure, if approved by the City Council, would put his business “in a desperate situation.”
The city alleges several licensing code violations, including distributing cocaine, a lack of licensed security, frequent fights and fire infractions.
The Catholic school authorized Denver-based United Properties to apply to rezone 8890 E. Lowry Blvd. to allow four-story buildings with a total of 276 units.