“This is quite literally a result of gentrification.”
"You guys are going to be giving clinics all over the city," said Council President Albus Brooks, who sponsored the bill.
After two decades of vacancy, Five Points' historic Rossonian Hotel is being brought back to life.
Welton Street's residents have changed as Five Points has gentrified. Businesses, faced with a different local clientele, can adapt or try to attract people from outside of the neighborhood.
TeaLee's at 611 22nd St. is anticipated to hold its grand opening Feb. 10.
This month, City Council will make a decision that could bring some of the most intense development in Denver up to borders with neighboring communities.
The new building dwarfs the 1880s former foundry that has housed The Source since 2013, but when it's done, developers say, the eight-story hotel will be a modern complement to its sister space.
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.
What started as anger over an ink! Coffee advertisement making light of gentrification boiled over Saturday.
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.
Norman Harris Sr., one of Five Points’ mainstays, has died at age 99. He never stopped walking the neighborhood.
Norman Harris Sr. was fiercely proud of his membership in an exclusive club: the black land and business owners of northeast Denver.
Denver City Council approved zoning changes in 2016 that will allow for taller buildings near the 38th and Blake station, but nobody has been able to take advantage of them yet because the city hasn't codified what developers will need to do to build tall.
A Denver tiny home village experiment has people interested — and gawking — so they’ve added a colorful fence
While Denver's experimental tiny home village for the homeless is supposed to arouse interest in affordable housing issues, residents are feeling like they're on display.
"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?"
An eight-story mixed use development with both retail and office space should open next spring at 2560 Welton Street, developers announced Friday.
When asked about the debate over my favorite Denver neighborhood being identified as Five Points or RiNo, I wasn’t quite sure the debate was even a thing.
Palisade Partners purchased the 105-year-old hotel at the tip of Welton and Washington streets earlier this month for $6 million.
It's been well more than a year since Five Points staple Tom's Home Cookin' closed, and that feels like a century in Denver dining time, especially because it took all that time for something to replace it.
Kuni Sushi was originally expected to open this summer next to Spangalang Brewery, but construction delays have pushed the project back, a partner with the restaurant told Denverite on Monday.