Developer Andrew Feinstein addressed concerns at a Cole Neighborhood Association meeting, saying the project is intended to meet community needs.
Albus Brooks defeats campaign finance complaint, in part because Denver rules allow government spending in elections
Denver Elections confirmed to Denverite that it would move to close the gap.
Gov. John Hickenlooper talks about the state's growth and success during his final Denver Chamber of Commerce’s State of the State.
The argument poses a big question for city officials: Where's the line between advertising yourself and advertising your campaign?
"You guys are going to be giving clinics all over the city," said Council President Albus Brooks, who sponsored the bill.
Denver City Council President Albus Brooks will soon undergo surgery to treat chondrosarcoma, a rare form of cancer.
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.
Gov. John Hickenlooper issued his last State of the State speech Thursday, telling Colorado lawmakers one last time to "giddy up!"
Spurred by gentrification, a community activist seeks to displace Albus Brooks from his council seat
Candi CdeBaca expects to part of a coalition of candidates with a different approach to growth and development in the 2019 municipal elections.
A 2015 ordinance gives Denver the right to buy affordable housing units are about to convert to market-rate rents. It hasn't exercised that right yet.
Frustration with lack of information led two council members to essentially vote against free money for housing.
A pilot program would need authorization from the Colorado General Assembly and the Denver City Council. The process is likely to be contentious.
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.
On the National Western, Denver City Council says the community can have a voice even without an extra vote
Denver City Council on Monday moved forward the framework agreement that will govern the redevelopment of the National Western Center.
Community activists think the neighborhoods that will bear the brunt of the impact of the project should have at least as much representation as CSU and the stock show.
“Equity” is the key word as Denver City Council moves a $937 million bond program closer to the ballot
Denver city leaders are promising a 2017 bond program that will address long-standing inequalities between neighborhoods, but some ask: What about housing?
DIA definitely needs to change its security operations, but how does the public know whether a $1.8 billion public-private partnership is a good deal?