New development is already spreading from Highland to its traditionally working-class sister community, Sunnyside. Here's a look at 12 projects.
The office would be near the popular eateries Bar Dough, Tap and Burger, Uncle and Ali Baba Grill.
Revesco Properties broke ground earlier this year on a spot between Williams & Graham and Postino.
"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?"
For over a decade, those of us who've lived in Denver have heard the battle over “Highlands” versus "Northside."
The new restaurant will move in beneath new condos in the Wrigley on Penn development at Pennsylvania and Bayaud.
They'll be serving modern takes on things like ceviche, tamales and mofongo, and lots of seafood.
The four-year-old bookstore and bar will get an extra 1,400 square feet to dedicate to events and an art gallery.
Plans are pretty much in the bag for a five-story office building to replace the Natural Grocers near Platte and 15th streets.
This is a story about a green city block that was at the center of Denver's Chicano movement in the 1970s and what it means to call a place by its name.
"Daddy Bruce" Randolph was not known and loved only for the cooking he did in that spot -- he fed thousands of people every Thanksgiving for decades.