Colorado Springs is the beachhead. But it's always been clear In-N-Out Burger planned to feed its fanatical following along the Front Range by building more than just the one restaurant coming to that city in 2020.
The Colorado Economic Development Commission is hoping a Fortune 500 bio-science company doesn't pull the football away at the last minute when it comes to setting up shop in the state and creating 1,000 jobs.
Modernism Week takes place Aug.16-25 with 18 events on the schedule, including curator-guided tours of the midcentury-themed “Serious Play” exhibition at the Denver Art Museum. Ticket prices vary. More info at denvermodernismweek.com.
DHA executives next week will finish packing up their desks at the authority's current HQ at 777 Grant St. On Aug. 20, they will officially start work at the 11-story office tower at 1035 Osage St. the authority has dubbed the Central Office.
The decision of whether or not Tom's Diner on East Colfax Avenue will become a Denver landmark against its owner's wishes will be made by the City Council later this month after a committee of Councilmembers discussed -- but ultimately did not find -- ways to reach an amicable solution to the controversy Tuesday.
The city's Community Planning and Development and Denver Economic Development & Opportunity offices on Monday announced they are seeking a consultant team that can aid them in a multi-year effort to achieve key affordable housing goals.
While Denver was hosting urban planners from 18 nations recently for a conference on green space, residents were launching a campaign to preserve 155 acres of open space at the Park Hill Golf Course, which was sold to a developer last month.