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Denver's Office of Marijuana Policy says 13 businesses or potential business entities have inquired about a DCA license, but only Utopia and The Coffee Joint — which got its license in February — have applied.
The Cap Hill store is expected to close 5 p.m. Nov. 12 ahead of the new location near 17th and Wewatta streets opening Nov. 15.
The Colorado Guardian Angels have seen the neighborhood transform since its rough-and-tumble days. Few know the "wicked" drag as intimately as they do.
The owners of Metro Urgent Care decided a health care facility is just what the former home of Cheeky Monk needs.
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Developers in Denver are coming up with a mixed of storage and retail more often.
After a major renovation, the Colorado State Land Board is preparing to fill the former home of the Colorado Ballet with two new tenants.
Fear of losing all their earthly possessions can be a barrier for homeless people seeking shelter, services and work.
The work is scheduled to happen within five months of approval.
And, just in time for patio season, it reopens April 27.
New restaurants and housing projects are trying to find room in what has been for decades one of the Colorado's most desirable neighborhoods.
A rally in support of Donald Trump at the Colorado Capitol building is interrupted by anarchist protesters.
A member of the leadership team at the Whole Foods Market on Capitol Hill confirmed Friday the store would be closing.
Construction on a new 211-unit apartment building called Sova will begin construction later this year, but it's not Cap Hill's biggest project.