“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.
Owners of the condo complex off of Speer want to sell their property to a developer. But others want to make their building a city landmark. “The reason they’re saying it’s Pueblo Revival is there’s not a lot of examples of Pueblo Revival,” Laura said. “It’s a manufactured false narrative.”
The park normally opens in late April or early May.
Plus, the site that was an early front-runner to host the first sanctioned campsite is now on hold.
The list price is $3.15 million.
We took a tour of the project next to Coors Field.
Cole Chandler, a nonprofit director working with the city, said he hopes to find three more locations, each for 50 tents and 60 people.
One of them will replace Dunbar Kitchen and Tap House, which operated at 2844 Welton St.
A 15th Street facelift is coming into focus.