Plans call for a five-story, 110-unit apartment complex to replace a pair of three- and four-story office buildings on Cook Street.
Vail Resorts claims it is being treated worse than other developers. Its lawsuit contains satellite images that purport to show Vail has allowed “significant construction to occur squarely in the middle of the bighorn sheep’s range” while blocking Vail Resorts from building.
Denver spent 14 months deciding the fate of Avondale Liquors. The store is now required to have security guards on weekend nights.
Volunteers of America Colorado is planning to redevelop the former Aristocrat Motor Hotel to provide more rooms for the homeless.
The agency bought the 1.4-acre property at 901 Navajo St. in 2020 and got it rezoned last year for up to eight stories.
Currently, an adult pays $44 to play 18 holes on weekdays and $55 on weekends. That could increase to $49 and $60 if approved by the City Council.
It would be the eighth sanctioned location since the first temporary camp opened in late 2020, and the second on city property.
Architects and public information advocates disagree whether the public needs to see building plans in an era of mass shootings.
It’s been more than 15 months since U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette and Mayor Michael Hancock announced plans to use $2 million in federal money to turn a northeast Denver hotel into housing a homeless shelter and the property still isn’t under contract.
The small police department “assumed the role of security” for the strip club, John Liprando’s attorney argues. The trial is 11 weeks away.