A Denver Post investigation into the workings of metro districts found a governmental system that operates without the usual oversight of voters, restrictions on conflicts of interest, or the usual checks and balances to ensure communities won't spiral into insolvency.
The Denver Post's investigation, Metro Districts: Debt & Democracy, is complex and not easy to understand. Tens of thousands of Coloradans live in metro districts and are impacted by developers' unchecked power and ability to create millions in debt that homeowners are forced to repay through property taxes. In an effort to increase understanding of […]
Denver rents have risen 0.7% since November 2018. In Colorado as a whole, rents have risen 1.6% on average over that same period and nationally average rent has risen 1.4%, according to Apartment List.
At a time when many real estate pros, market analysts and American shoppers view some big-box department store chains as dinosaurs lumbering toward extinction, the bones of Kmarts and Sears stores are piling up around Denver.
While Denver has done some testing for carcinogenic radon in its public housing, 70 percent of units have yet to be checked. When testing by The Oregonian/OregonLive found high levels in several units, the Denver Housing Authority said it wouldn’t follow up.
In-N-Out Burger should be serving up stacked 4x4 burgers and animal style fries in the metro area by this time next year. The Lone Tree City Council on Tuesday night voted to approve construction of a 3,867-square-foot In-N-Out restaurant at 9171 Westview Road, just northwest of Park Meadows Mall.