This weekend, the BID will show plans they hope could make the intersection safer using drawings, diagrams and, why not, lowriders.
A sizable mixed-use development project with buildings of up to 16 stories has been proposed for Denver’s West Colfax neighborhood, according to a presentation posted on the West Colfax Association of Neighbors website.
West Colfax residents want to drive a pedestrian-friendly design change to one of Denver's most heavily-trafficked intersections.
Altogether, developers could drop more than $350 million on the roughly 19-acre site that once housed St. Anthony Hospital.
If you were intrigued by our dive into West Colfax's history as a center of Jewish pioneers in the early 20th century, you may care to stop by the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch Library on Sunday.
Where is downtown Lakewood? That's a loaded question with a complicated history. With new investment, it could once again be along West Colfax.
One of the few assisted living facilities in central Denver may be sold and demolished, and Councilman Rafael Espinoza is urging the city to take action.
NAVA Real Estate Development broke ground on West Colfax's latest condominium project this week, the new 206-unit Lakehouse.
There's a moratorium in place on this building type, and City Council might extend it until June 2018 as planners work out changes to development rules.
Community leaders and the faces behind the nearly $14 million Alamo Drafthouse Sloans Lake held a ribbon cutting for the theater Monday, a week ahead of its official opening.
The five-story Mile High Apartments were approved by city officials last month.
Julian Heights is slated to be built near Cheltenham Elementary School, northwest of the West Colfax Avenue and Julian Street intersection.
Alamo Drafthouse is opening the doors in Denver's West Colfax neighborhood with a slate of blockbusters.
Denver City Council unanimously approved a collective $12 million in tax-increment financing Monday toward two blocks in the Sloans project.
Construction is expected to start in June on Denver Housing Authority's senior housing project Vida.
West Colfax Avenue is adding hundreds of new residents and new amenities like an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
“We want to bring those who have just been here for a little while together with people who have been here for 45, 55 years.”