Dueling ballot measures, a lawsuit and a 2022 deadline. Here’s the latest in the saga of a developer and a conservation easement blocking redevelopment.
Sports and Recreation
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.
Rino Country Club customers won’t have to buy memberships or worry about a dress code, but they will need a valid I.D. to buy alcohol.
Six began operating July 6 but indoor pools remain closed. All of the city’s recreation centers are scheduled to reopen by September.
Pindustry, the first project in the new Arapahoe Entertainment District, is a two-level restaurant and bar with bowling and arcade games.
The developer, who sold his real estate holdings to the firm and became a tenant, has also filed lawsuits to extend leases for Sushi-Rama and Il Posto.
Denver-based Icon Source is getting ready to offer a platform for college athletes in states that have passed name, image and likeness compensation laws.
Dave Hanscom, who bought the bowling alley from his father in 1999, is burnt out after spending his entire life there and ready to move on.
The city-owned course closed in October so a new irrigation system could be installed that uses non-potable water.