Over the years, the sights and sounds of Welton Street have changed dramatically, but Brother Jeff Fard and Ron Springer hope to make sure Five Points keeps some of its original character.
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.
In Denver, the event used to be a week-long affair, complete with a carnival, that beckoned friends and families across the nation to Five Points for a festive reunion.
Naturally, they're seeking community input first. If you've got thoughts, a meeting is happening April 15.
Sadly, the 1952 action-sport picture is about rodeo.
The club at 2852 Welton St. has been a sore spot for those trying to make the Welton corridor more attractive to residents and shoppers.
"There's been over $300 million in reinvestment. That's not just going to developers. That's going to the sustainability of what Five Points is."
"We're here now, that's all I can say," says Fathima Dickerson, owner of the Welton Street Cafe.