We’ve been chronicling Denver’s changes by neighborhood — where should we look next?

If there’s a project you want us to look into or a neighborhood that’s seeing a lot of development tell us.
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Ongoing work at 2200 California Street. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) development; construction; five points; arapahoe square; denver; colorado; denverite; kevinjbeaty;

Construction and a skyline at 3200 W. Colfax Ave., seen from the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales branch of the Denver Public Library on West Colfax. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

So far this year, Denverite's dived into big projects in six areas throughout the city that are getting taller, denser and millions of development dollars.

Sometimes development takes the shape of new buildings replacing warehouses and parking lots like in Arapahoe Square, Golden Triangle and RiNo. In other areas, like South Broadway and Capitol Hill, it's about adding new projects without ruining the established character of the area.

In the case of University, University Hills and University Park, it was a little bit of both.

Each neighborhood is facing its own hurdles and opportunities with development, and we want to know about them.

Have you been curious about a certain Denver project or block of construction that you pass on your daily commute or near your home? Point it out to us, or better yet, send us a photo.

Email [email protected] or tweet at @adriandgarcia, and we'll check out the development you want to know about. Have a non-development Denver question? Ask us here.

Here's what we've looked at recently:


The Source Hotel, one of the projects slated for RiNo. (Courtesy of Turner)

Golden Triangle

The Speer Boulevard Lofts planned for Speer Boulevard and Bannock Street. (Courtesy of Greystar Development Group)

Arapahoe Square

Ongoing work at 2200 California Street. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Capitol Hill

A demolition site at 12th Avenue and Grant Street. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

South Broadway

A rendering of Archetype Distillery at 119 S. Broadway. (Courtesy of Wade Murphy and Michael Chapyak)

University, University Hills and University Park

The glimmering University of Denver steeple seen past construction on a new administrative building on East Colorado Avenue. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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