More than $4 billion in projects means 30,000 or so jobs. A pilot program will test local hiring practices.
Spoiler alert: the cranes are headed everywhere.
"I think that revitalization becomes gentrification when it has displacement."
"I did not want my ground floor to be 70 percent parking spaces," he said. "That's the prime real estate."
If it feels to you like we've entered a new phase of growth in Denver, you're not crazy.
Welton Street's residents have changed as Five Points has gentrified. Businesses, faced with a different local clientele, can adapt or try to attract people from outside of the neighborhood.
"It’s just a great little jewel box on a corner."
Elitch Gardens first opened at its downtown Denver location on a cool May day in 1995
Affordable housing projects in Denver are not always actually affordable for everyone struggling home costs in the city.