Denver City Council approved a $4 million business incentive package to lure Target to the 16th Street Mall last year.
The new plans are a refinement of a design proposed back in October 2017, with changes made based on input from downtown workers, businesses on the mall and the broader community.
Have you noticed a certain something missing from your holiday shopping season? A hint of mirth, a dollop of tradition, a drop of joy?
Some council members still have concerns, but there don't appear to be the votes for a sunset clause. A final vote is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 30.
Council President Albus Brooks, the ban's author, said it is not at all targeted at homeless people but could be used to catch more people smoking pot.
Sephora is set to open Friday at the Denver Pavilions.
Landmark Preservation Commission to decide if developers can plop a penthouse atop historic Neusteter Building
Denver preservationists are set to decide Tuesday if a penthouse can be built atop the historic five-story Neusteter Building in downtown Denver.
Crime leading up to the summer was down 11 percent, according to a Denverite analysis, and property owners and businesses are reporting improvements.
The detours are in effect from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Motomaki Inc. is leasing a space in the Denver Pavilions. The fast-casual eatery plans to open this fall.
This summer's Meet in the Street events will have to share space with the 16th Street MallRide on most Saturdays.
Target officially announced Wednesday that it plans to open its doors on the 16th Street Mall next summer.