Once completed by 2024, the city will have about 300 miles of bike lanes. Planners say 400 more miles of bike lanes will be needed by 2050.
Sports and Recreation
The Cherry Hills Village course is expected to close Aug. 1 and reopen in June 2023 with a better irrigation system to help nourish the fairways.
The Back Nine at The Walnut Room and One Shot Back will vie with about a half dozen similar venues that either opened or leased space in Denver last year.
“It’s a very good sign,” said the CEO of the Jan. 8-23 event. Last year’s Stock Show was canceled because of the pandemic.
Puttshack at Lot Twenty Eight will join a crowded field of no-grass-required golf establishments, which are booming in Denver.
Sam Brown, founder of the American Pickleball Association, owns the Mission Commons Shopping Center where Pickleball Food Pub is located.
“We explored so many things, and this was the quickest thing we could do for this season,” said Loveland’s HR Director Karen Cameron.
A co-owner and an employee of Edgewater’s Joyride Brewing are launching Live Slow Brewing, which will reopen six of the 12 lanes that used to be Paramount Bowl.
An opposing ballot question backed by the developer that owns the former golf course was rejected by Denver voters.
“An anvil has been lifted off my head,” said Dave Hanscom, whose family has owned the bowling alley at 6595 W. 38th Ave. for 57 years.