“The mountain view ordinance we’re talking about, it’s been on the books for decades and it’s an important attribute of living in Denver,” said Brad Cameron.
The Holiday Theatre was originally known as the Egyptian Theatre, part of a naming wave of businesses after the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922.
A move would represent the first major real estate shake-up in two decades among Denver’s primary TV stations, which are clustered together.
Ryan and Nicole Silver spent $30,000 fixing up their 1994 Piaggio Ape — which they call La Piccolina or “little one” in Italian — to be able to serve wine, beer or cocktails.
The 58,580-square-foot Randy Ross Tennis Center, a members-only club just east of Centennial Airport, will open in mid-September.
There are 24 of the used-car retailer’s glass towers dispensing vehicles around the country but this would be the first in Colorado.
The five most expensive properties sold in the region were also in Denver and Littleton.
We checked in on the Santa Fe-based art collective’s future Denver home.
“Are we in a bubble? Probably,” said the founder of Colorado Teardrops.
“My mother and grandmother have sold food for 40 years as vendors in the market, and I want to tell their story through my food,” the owner said.