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DIY, Dinosaurs, RiNo: Ten Stories About Metro Denver's Recent Growth

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Dinosaurs, Kitty's and a RiNo. Sounds like the lineup at a weird zoo, but they are actually all hot topics in metro Denver's ever-growing, ever-developing real-estate market. Keep reading for ten recent stories about development.

An architectural mock-up of the Beloved Community Village.
An architectural mock-up of the Beloved Community Village.
ASAP

1. Advocates Announce Denver's First Tiny Home Village to House the Homeless

5620 East Cornell Avenue, in Holly Hills. Three bedrooms, one full/one three-quarter/one half baths. 2,469 square feet. Selling price: $395,000.EXPAND
5620 East Cornell Avenue, in Holly Hills. Three bedrooms, one full/one three-quarter/one half baths. 2,469 square feet. Selling price: $395,000.
Scout Real Estate Group

2. Real Estate Porn: Inside Ten Recently Sold Homes in the Denver Metro

Community activist Candi CdeBaca (with microphone) and other protesters blasted the highway project before CDOT officials spoke at a recent meeting, Swansea Recreation Center.
Community activist Candi CdeBaca (with microphone) and other protesters blasted the highway project before CDOT officials spoke at a recent meeting, Swansea Recreation Center.
Alan Prendergast

3. Angry Protesters Challenge CDOT's "So Sue Us" Stance on I-70 Expansion

The Webber Show in all its glory.
The Webber Show in all its glory.
Denver Public Libraries

4. Kitty's South Stripped to Shell That Will Be Filled by Archetype Distillery

If Denver were as dense as Paris, it would cover twelve square miles, or 8 percent of its size.
If Denver were as dense as Paris, it would cover twelve square miles, or 8 percent of its size.
sparefoot.com

5. Think Denver's Getting Crowded? Be Glad You're Not in Paris!

Keep reading for more stories about development.

The revised master plan for the Rooney Valley anticipates 4,000 additional houses to be built south of the existing Solterra development.
The revised master plan for the Rooney Valley anticipates 4,000 additional houses to be built south of the existing Solterra development.
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6. Lakewood Ponders Thousands of New Homes, Other Impacts of Rooney Valley Plan

Quality Italian will bring its mind-boggling chicken-parm pizza to Cherry Creek in late February.
Quality Italian will bring its mind-boggling chicken-parm pizza to Cherry Creek in late February.
Mark Antonation

7. These Ten Restaurants and Breweries Will Open in 2017

DIY, Dinosaurs, RiNo: Ten Stories About Metro Denver's Recent Growth
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8. Jeffco Nixes Car Dealers Next to Dino Ridge

Dinosaur Ridge, the most significant dinosaur track site in the United States, was discovered in the 1930s by workers building the Alameda Parkway over the hogback.
Dinosaur Ridge, the most significant dinosaur track site in the United States, was discovered in the 1930s by workers building the Alameda Parkway over the hogback.
Anthony Camera

9. Jeffco Battles Over Proposed Car Dealerships Next to Dino Ridge

Denver police oversee the artists ousted from Rhinoceropolis.
Denver police oversee the artists ousted from Rhinoceropolis.
Lindsey Bartlett

10. RiNo Art District Pushes City to Stop Surprise DIY Venue Visits, Work With Artists

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