A new proposal would allow for development up to 12 floors in Globeville on the current site of The Big Wonderful.
Because of melting snow, conditions could be icy.
The neighbors of Southmoor Park are a developer's nightmare.
A local developer has visions of high-density development on a Denver block currently lined with low-rise warehouses.
There's something unusual about the 252 units of affordable housing Dominium plans to build near the 61st and Peña A Line station in northeast Denver.
Trail Ridge Road is not designed to be an all-season road. Eleven miles of the road are above 11,500 feet, and it's cold and snowy and windy up there.
DIRC Homes is building 176 rowhomes and duplexes less than 10 minutes walk from the W Line's Sheridan Station in Lakewood.
The highest continuous paved road in the nation was supposed to open on the Friday before Memorial Day, but a major snowstorm and 75-mph winds pushed that back.
Developers around 38th and Blake in RiNo could go tall -- 10, 12, even 16 stories high -- if they make a portion of the units affordable housing.
I can't be the only one wondering if this is a sign of the coming climate change apocalypse or just some weather.
This would be the first time the city has offered a density bonus in exchange for affordable housing.
Members of the development community have long advocated for so-called density bonuses for affordable housing.
Denver wants to encourage people to live and work around stations in or planned for Globeville, Elyria and Swansea. Someone's gotta ride those trains.