The Stanley Cup winner signed a $22.5 million contract with the St. Louis Blues in July and only lived on York Street for 10 months.
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The reopening of the course added more than $1 million to total tee time fees at municipal courses between April and August compared to the same months in 2020.
The political action committee seeking a ‘no’ vote on $190 million for the center is up against a campaign that has already raised nearly $300,000.
The Longmont-based startup aims to be “an outdoor adventure brand, and not just a packraft or paddle company,” said co-founder Kelley Smith.
The private club at 4125 S. University Blvd. purchased three lots near the golf course’s 18th hole this summer for $5.8 million.
“We’re hearing from dealerships that if we put in an order now it’ll show up late summer next year,” said Jon Moran, co-founder of Denver-based Native Campervans.
The building that will house the entertainment company’s long-anticipated attraction at 1338 1st St. began construction in 2018.
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Stick & Feather will feature two different types of simulators, and none of the TrackMan machines that can be found elsewhere locally.
“It was a busy, busy week, but it did not compare to opening day,” said an executive with ViewHouse Ballpark’s parent company. That view was shared.