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Developers in Denver are coming up with a mixed of storage and retail more often.
Two blocks of 21st Street will be shut down to cars this summer to make way for the "Square on 21st," a temporary park in the Ballpark area.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church announced Tuesday that it's partnering with the Mental Health Center of Denver on apartments for homeless people in the community.
"Despite the development, the area doesn't really have a compelling identity to it," the Downtown Denver Partnership's John Desmond said of Arapahoe Square.
An Arapahoe Square building that once primarily served as storage for collectible cars is expected to get a brewery, an escape room and a restaurant.
Oyster International bought 838 W. Park Ave. on Aug. 24.
"It’s the next great place if we do things right."