Kenny Be's Sign Language: Kidrapreneurs are banking on Denver's playhousing market.
The "For Rent" sign in front of a child's playhouse pictured above means that the economy is faring a lot better than we thought. Or a lot worse. At the very least, it suggests that today's kids are extremely enterprising. Or extremely lazy. This little building has a big heart, and it looks like the perfect place for a resourceful child to open a play dispensary.
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