Colorado History

Ten Development Projects in the Works

Ten Development Projects in the Works
Mark Antonation
It's hard now to imagine a time when Denver real estate wasn't booming — when we weren't used to the sounds of jackhammers pounding away at concrete or paying big-city prices in rent. Here are just ten projects in the works in and around Denver, and links to our coverage.

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1. Jeffco Battles Over Proposed Car Dealerships Next to Dino Ridge
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
2. Inside $351 Million-Plus Plan to Revitalize Sun Valley Around Mile High Stadium
DENVERGOV.ORG
denvergov.org
3. Will Drainage Project That Runs Through Superfund Site Pollute the Platte?
ALAN PRENDERGAST
Alan Prendergast
4. Park Hill Neighborhood Divided by Battles Over Historic District, Subdividing Lots
OZ ARCHITECTURE
OZ Architecture
5. RiNo in Four Years, According to Developer Rendering

Keep reading for more development projects.



OSKAR BLUES
Oskar Blues
6. Oskar Blues Redevelops Historic Venue for Colorado Springs Expansion
MARK ANTONATION
Mark Antonation
7. The Buzz on What's Replacing Patsy's: The Vespa, From the Owners of the Hornet
JONATHAN SHIKES
Jonathan Shikes
8. Oasis Brewing Will Rise Again Inside Historic Highlands Square Church
MARK ANTONATION
Mark Antonation
9. Ten New Restaurants Already Open in 2017 or Coming Soon
PHOTO BY CHRISTINE FRANCK COURTESY OF CUDENVERCARTA.ORG
Photo by Christine Franck courtesy of CUDenverCarta.org
10. Denver Development and Controversial Impact of "Slot Houses"
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