Denverite filed a records request through the Colorado Open Records Act to see how Denver is going after Amazon HQ2.
Two pages on a driverless shuttle were tucked inside documents the Denver Office of Economic Development sent to state highlighting why Amazon.com Inc. should pick the Mile High City,
It's not clear when we -- the people who actually live here -- will know anything about what the state has pitched Amazon on our behalf.
Denver officials are flipping the script, securing land and then looking for developers to do something with the properties.
Some residents are wondering not what the Mile High City can do for Amazon, but what Amazon can do for -- or what it might do to -- the Mile High City.
Palisade Partners purchased the 105-year-old hotel at the tip of Welton and Washington streets earlier this month for $6 million.
Denver is taking a look at contact disparities as major projects like the National Western redevelopment and I-70 expansion get underway.
With that, Denver completed Mayor Michael Hancock's goal to "build, rehabilitate and preserve" at least 3,000 affordable housing units over five years. Actually, they're four units over the goal.
Denver is kicking in $100,000 as part of its latest effort to address food insecurity in Globeville, Elyria-Swansea, Montbello, Westwood and other areas where access to groceries is limited.
Last year was a bang-up year in Denver, the Office of Economic Development officially decided Tuesday with the released of its review of 2016.
Mayor Michael Hancock considers the JumpStart 2017 strategic plan a statement of Denver's values.
All possibilities on the horizon: Delayed maintenance, cuts to self-sufficiency programs, and rent hikes.
Paul Washington, executive director of Denver's Office of Economic Development, , is joining the real estate firm JLL.
Denver gets $423,000 to help workers find retail jobs. Finding positions with a living wage will be “a challenge.”
Denver was awarded a new grant earlier this month that's expected to help connect about 350 people with jobs in the city's rapidly growing retail industry.
Let's say you want a job and need help finding one.