A development company has released new details of its plan to build an eight-floor tower, by far the tallest in the area, in an industrial stretch of the Overland neighborhood near a rail station.
The Denver City Council moved toward one of the first city-level bans on "bump stocks," the devices that can make a rifle fire at nearly automatic speeds.
Denver on Wednesday moved closer to banning bump stocks, the devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to work more like rapid-fire fully automatics.
Under the current proposal, Superfly would lock down Overland for its music festival for five years, starting in 2018.
Denver-based Cazna Property Development is the latest developer taking advantage of east Overland going from industrial to residential.
What kind of music festival plays on a golf course? We may find out soon enough.