This is the state's second Warby Parker location. The first one opened on Pearl Street in Boulder last year.
Space on the west side of the campus could be cleared for a hotel and/or apartments and condos.
The cut is a crucial part of a flood-control system that will keep water from flooding north toward the National Western, I-70 and other low-lying areas.
Despite initial pushback to the mall's new paid parking system, the only stores Cherry Creek said it knows to be closing is BeBe.
The Cherry Creek Shopping Center's new "smart parking" is intended to make it easy for customers to find spots.
As America once again plunges into retail season we decided to take a look back at Denver's very own commercial cathedral, the Cherry Creek Mall.
The city of Denver is getting sued over its plans to run a major drainage project through northeast Denver and specifically to use city-owned golf courses for detention.
The Denver City Council is about to decide whether to build a huge flood-control project in Denver with a significant hike to sewer service prices. That project, called Platte to Park Hill, has come under intense public scrutiny lately, in part because its infrastructure runs through neighborhoods that have long dealt with the worst side-effects of Denver's industry and development. Who's it going to benefit, is it really necessary, and how will it affect the people who live near it?