G.H. Phipps has been tapped to oversee the project.
Council unanimously awards landmark status to architect’s Belcaro home
“At this point I just need a lot of sleep. At my age, anything is exhausting,” 92-year-old Alan Golin Gass said of a process that started three years ago.
Council to vote in June on $50M Republic Plaza lease for Denver DA
The city’s director of real estate answered a handful of questions from council members about the deal on Tuesday.
Republic Plaza scores a win as Denver DA looks to take 74K square feet
Prosecutors have been working out of the city-owned Webb Municipal Building.
36 landlords fined as Denver ramps up enforcement of new rental license law
Owners of multi-unit rental properties were supposed to have a license as of Jan. 1.
Feds look to seize 500 acres from southwest Colorado vice-mayor
The IRS says the bulk of the $1 million in taxes owed by Val Truelsen, 82, relate to a restaurant he ran for years.
Rezoning proposed for back-to-back dispensary, restaurant lots in RiNo
The two requests, made by separate owners, are intended to allow for future redevelopment.
Mike Johnston out-fundraises Kelly Brough in first month of runoff race for Denver mayor
Johnston now has collected the most campaign contributions of any mayoral candidate.
Sanctioned homeless camp planned for recently sold Lincoln Park property
The new location comes as city officials embrace a program originally started as a response to the pandemic.
Denver DA quietly fired prosecutor after bungled hit-cyclist case last year
Jonathan Healy expressed remorse and said he was dealing with lingering COVID symptoms at the time, records show.