User: flenvcenter Topic: Shelter and Housing-Regional
Category: Urban Planning :: Traditional Neighborhood Design
Last updated: Dec 20 2018 20:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Rossonian Hotel changes hands again as Five Points neighborhood changes up 13.9.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
People think Palisade Partners' plan for redeveloping the historic Rossonian Hotel will work. But they said that about former attempts, too.
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Boulder-born Lucky’s Market making first foray into Denver with planned Lowry store 8.9.2017 Denver Post: Business
Boulder County-based specialty grocery chain Lucky’s Market will soon open its first location in the city of Denver as part of a commercial project in Lowry's Boulevard One neighborhood.
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A development just north of SLC’s downtown is betting on Hardware 29.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
A couple of dozen construction workers hustled about Wednesday in the subterranean foundation for the next building being erected in the face-lift of 400 West north of North Temple. They’re laying the groundwork for what will be part of Hardware District, a $275 million mixed-use project that SALT Development is building on the west side of 400 West between 200 North and North Temple (around the historic Salt Lake Hardware Building). The just-emerging seven-story building, along with another sev... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Long-delayed apartment-retail development near Gardner Village soon to break ground 12.6.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
West Jordan • Though approved nearly two years ago amid controversy, a vacant parcel near Gardner Village slated to become a 272-unit high-density apartment development with 30,000 square feet of retail and office space currently sits without a sign of disruption. Officials in West Jordan City say that’s about to change. Scott Langford, the city’s community development director, said Colosimo Brothers Development has been “quite active recently with the city” and just has to finish paying fees... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Oregon company sweeps to win in Vail Valley biomass plant lawsuit 7.6.2017 Denver Post: Local
A federal court jury ruled Monday that the owners of Gypsum’s biomass plant failed to pay the company that built it.
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Office building, condos, apartments, retail to kick-start Central Park Station development in Stapleton 6.6.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Undeveloped lots south of Central Park Station in Stapleton will begin their transformation next spring into a mixed-use transit-oriented district.
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Bookmark this: Colorado launches online guide to 39,000 miles of every kind of trail 2.6.2017 Denver Post: Outdoors
Colorado Trail Explorer is the first run at gathering every hiking, biking and multi-use trail in Colorado in a single location -- information previously found in a patchwork of websites, field offices and guidebooks.
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Denver boasts lowest jobless rate of any major metro area 1.6.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Metro Denver had the lowest unemployment rate of any major metro area in the country in April at 2.1 percent.
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Yampa Street development proposal back with more retail space 18.4.2017 Steamboat Pilot
Things are starting to heat up again on Yampa Street. Plans for a three-story, mixed-used building with ground floor retail spaces at Sixth and Yampa streets are back in the city planning process this month. The modern, mixed-used development at 608 Yampa St. is a slightly different proposal than the one city officials approved back in 2015. The new version will significantly increase the amount of retail space in the development and remove the office use that was proposed for the second floor. “With the (Butcherknife Creek) outlet across the street and the development along Yampa, we think it’s going to be an excellent addition,” project manager Jon Hagar, of Forge Craft Architecture + Design, said Monday. Hagar said the old plan was scrapped because of the project's high cost. “The owner decided to wait and looked at ways to reduce the costs,” he said. “We’re going back through with a slightly smaller building.” The new proposal includes 1,550-square-feet of retail space directly across the street from ...
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Belleview Station development challenging belief that urban restaurants and retailers can’t thrive in suburbs 9.4.2017 Denver Post: Business
A Denver mixed-use development is assembling a tenant list that is, almost without exception, drool worthy.
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Historic Denver Rock Drill buildings to be incorporated into $250M mixed-use project in Cole 4.4.2017 Denver Post: Business
A $250 million mixed-use project could rise at 39th Avenue and Franklin Street in Denver's Cole neighborhood, as the frenzy of industrial redevelopment activity around the booming River North Art District and its nearly year-old commuter rail station continues to push further east.
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Alarmed by another major housing development in the Denver area 17.3.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
What are our elected officials doing to address the declining quality of life for the citizens here and for the scary prospect of water shortages? Governor, please slow this growth.
Sean P. Means: City Creek turns 5, and downtown Salt Lake City has room to grow 16.3.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
By the time a child turns 5, the parents are starting to get an idea of the human being that child is becoming. It’s the same, in a way, with a shopping center — and the many parents and guardians of City Creek Center, the downtown Salt Lake City destination that marks its fifth birthday on Wednesday, are beaming with pride about how their kid is growing up. “Wow — I can’t say anything but wow,” Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber, said at a pre-celebratory gathering of off...
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Massive, mixed-use community planned for Aurora Aerotropolis site, could house 60,000 people 15.3.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
A 2,900-acre community of homes, parks, offices and shopping districts could start taking shape this year on the vacant plains of east Aurora, pending approvals from local lawmakers.
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Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser gets cameo of “The Space Between Us” 3.2.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Dream Chaser won't make its debut as a reusable space utility vehicle performing missions in low Earth orbit for another two years. But in Hollywood, it's already a prime-time player in space.
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Mixed-use micro-apartment project files pre-application with Steamboat Springs planning 30.12.2016 Steamboat Pilot
A development of more than 40 micro-apartments and eight offices behind Safeway could soon enter the city of Steamboat Springs’ planning process, according to a pre-application filed in early December. Part-owner Darrin Fryer said he, an Australian partner and local residents Jack and Mary McClurg jointly own the 2.79-acre parcel situated on Pine Grove Road and along Fish Creek where it runs by Sundance Plaza. The parcel was previously approved in 2007 for a mixed-use condominium and commercial development, but then-owners Kim and Peter Kreissig didn’t break ground on the project before the economy collapsed. The couple put the property on the market for $6.9 million in 2009 , hoping to attract a new developer, but one didn’t step forward. Routt County records show First Citizens Bank and Trust Company took ownership of the land in May 2013, before selling it to the current owners that October for $682,500. The pre-application was submitted by the owners to get feedback from city staff on the project, ...
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HomeAdvisor’s headquarters move to RiNo gets delayed 20.12.2016 Denver Post: Business
When it comes to commercial real estate, plans often change. And that appears to be what happened to a proposed eight-story building in Denver's River North Arts District, where Golden-based HomeAdvisor planned to move its headquarters by 2018.
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Boulder needs balance, not just development 16.12.2016 Denver Post: Opinion
Boulder, like Denver, is undergoing enormous change. The pendulum has now swung too far in the direction of development. A balance has to be restored.
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Loveland unanimously approves $258 million incentive package for project on Interstate 25 14.12.2016 Denver Post: News: Local
Loveland City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a 30-year, $258 million incentive package for a mixed-use lifestyle center that will be built on both sides of Interstate 25 north of Crossroads Boulevard over the next five years.
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Op-ed: Don't let SLC's northwest quadrant fall victim to sprawl 14.12.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
It is time to speak out about Salt Lake City’s Northwest Quadrant master plan adopted in August. I hope it is not too late. What set me off was an article last week in the Tribune titled, “Setback could turn to fortune for SLC.” The article speaks of the city’s plan for an “economic powerhouse” on 3,670 developable acres north of Interstate 80 and west of the Salt Lake International Airport. The only caveat in the article was a reference to former Mayor Rocky Anderson’s concern about commuting. ...
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