"I think that revitalization becomes gentrification when it has displacement."
Skeptical of college, concerned about gentrification, one recent Denver grad tries to take matters into his own hands
"It's not just construction, it's also fighting for what's right at the same time and doing it in a peaceful manner."
“This is quite literally a result of gentrification.”
The fact that Randolph's service has been continually remembered through the years might be more important now than ever.
The national charter network that runs five schools in Denver plans to have a new five-year strategic plan by this summer which will include a roadmap for how the charter network will grow, as well as where.
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.
Investors just promised $24 million to keep Denver neighborhoods affordable — and then they’re going statewide
A coalition of nonprofits and foundations will create one of the largest private investments in affordable housing that Colorado has ever seen.
Licensed child care — particularly for children 3 and younger — is hard to come by in this north Denver neighborhood.
Ink! Coffee opened Tuesday as a handful of people chanted and held signs. Police officers kept watch.
Congratulations, Denver! Gentrification has made the big time: the dictionary.
A Denver ad agency is in hot water after not understanding that its neighbors would not enjoy an ink! Coffee advertisement making light of gentrification.
The sign at a Five Points coffee shop was stolen by a skateboarder. Hours later, ink! offered an apology.
"You got mad because you had to leave your community to find the goodness, and the goodness was here, and you destroyed it. Where is it at now?"
Denver plans to fund the purchase with federal housing funds, and the "final development will lead to a catalytic redevelopment" on East Colfax.
Denver Housing Authority celebrated its completion of Mariposa District redevelopment Friday.
Denver artists will get more time to bring their spaces into compliance, but what they really need is money
Denver City Council voted 12-0 to approve a first-of-its-kind "safe occupancy" program to preserve DIY art spaces, but concerns remain.
"We are leading the way, and the state of our city is indeed strong. But it is not strong for everyone," he said.
Residents have until next June to find somewhere else to live. Meanwhile, Denver Meadows keeps raising the rent on the roughly 350 people who live there.