But what about traffic?
The building was purchased by hotel developers Stonebridge Companies last year.
WorkNow, an initiative to fill construction positions in a tough market, is also trying to attract neighbors around I-70 to jobs on the expansion project.
Denver's hot real estate market is in the same class as those in San Francisco and Seattle.
Denver’s ready to update rules that govern nontraditional living situations for vulnerable populations, artists and others
Here's what to expect if you want to get involved in how the city decides to handle group-living situations.
The job of lieutenant governor depends on who that person is, so here’s who might be Colorado’s next
There are few duties specifically assigned to Colorado's lieutenant governor, so the office is shaped largely by who holds it.
DPD has begun collecting data on who officers stop to see if racial, gender or age groups are disproportionately targeted. The department's biggest critics have expressed approval.
Proponents of gun control legislation say that's OK, and that the measure was about stoking a broader conversation.
Denver is looking at a dramatic reinvention of its shelter system. Maybe.
The candidates and initiatives you will see once you get your ballot this fall.
Theater, dogs, music, beer and so many outdoor movies.
Today, via the Uber app, you can hop on a Jump electric bicycle.
The little shop will become a social enterprise and plans to work with more women and more other businesses.
Re-live a few moments from the fest with our videos of eight bands.
Baltimore already has something called Mr. Trash Wheel.
If you love road construction, you're in luck: Brighton Boulevard will be still be supplying your fix for the next several months.
Warm Cookies of the Revolution has built a massive Rube Goldberg machine to get you thinking about participatory budgeting.
Denver's population boom means there's more stuff to be pelted by big hailstorms.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, lawyers for Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips allege that Colorado is on a "crusade to crush" him because of his religious beliefs.
The school board penned a four-page document introducing the 92,600-student district — and its greatest strengths and weaknesses — to potential future leaders.
Morrison anti-growth movement gets a win, but officials say residents should have been paying closer attention all along
An effort fighting an already-approved rezoning that could bring 1,350 new homes to the town has gotten itself on the ballot.
They say the new restaurant, Puerto Rico 5280, will have more room, and could open in mid-September.
Triple homicide in Denver prompts homeless advocates to remind everyone there’s still a need for more safe spaces, resources
Denver’s Office of the Medical Examiner on Monday said the three homicide victims found last week near South Broadway died of gunshot wounds.