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Denver International Airport Is Preparing For Some Huge Changes Inside the Terminal

Denver International Airport opened in 1995 and was state of the art, moving passengers quickly and baggage, well, not so quickly.  Passengers loved the airport and its wide open spaces and it quickly became the fifth busiest airport in the country.  Less than seven years after it opened, however, the attacks of September 11th rocked the […]

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RTD Will Be Adding Two New Stops To the B Line

RTD has proposed a service change for the B commuter rail line.  The B Line opened in late October 2016, but currently only provides direct service from Union Station to Westminster at the 71st and Lowell Station.  Plans eventually call for the line to be extended to Boulder and Longmont. Looking at RTD’s system map above, […]

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Denver’s Next Train Could Run From Fort Collins to Pueblo

For a state not known for a love of passenger trains, Colorado has had a very good couple of years.  Ridership on the California Zephyr is up, the Ski Train to Winter Park is back, and Denver opened yet another light rail line just this past month.  Colorado’s next train might be going from Fort […]

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Denver Could Soon Have a New Transit Center, and It Involves Spaceships

Front Range Airport is a small airport located off I-70 in Watkins, Colorado, just a few miles East of Denver.  As airports go, it is pretty quite.  There are no scheduled flights, just general aviation, and it isn’t nearly as busy as Denver International Airport, Centennial Airport, or Rocky Mountain Airport.  If a new proposal […]

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Denver Approves $4 Million in Tax Incentives for Possible Downtown Target Store

In an update to our earlier story, Denver City Council approved a huge tax incentive package this past week which would benefit Target and Sixteen Cal LLC, the owners of the location of the planned Target store at the intersection of the 16th Street Mall and California Street.  If the plan becomes reality, it would […]

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A Huge New Music Venue Is Planned For RiNo, Along With Artist Studios, A New Brewery, and A Bike In Movie Theater. featured image

A Huge New Music Venue Is Planned For RiNo, Along With Artist Studios, A New Brewery, and A Bike In Movie Theater.

Denver’s River North Neighborhood has been growing quickly, especially the stretch along Brighton Boulevard.  Since 2010, 13 of the 18 blocks along Brighton Boulevard between Broadway and 37th Street have been redeveloped or have a planned or proposed project. Two hotels have been planned or are being constructed and four breweries have opened, with a fifth, […]

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New Belgium Is Opening a Denver Brewpub Complete With Food and an 8th-floor Barrel Aging Balcony

After 26 years in Fort Collins, New Belgium Brewery is expanding to Denver.  The new brewery was announced in July 2015 and will specialize in small batch and sour beers.  This will be the second brewery located at The Source, as Crooked Stave has been operating there for the past few years.  According to New Belgium’s press […]

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A 70-acre parcel of land is for sale in Downtown Denver

In November of 2015, Union Pacific announced that they would be closing the Burnham Rail Yard in the Baker and Lincoln Park neighborhoods south of downtown Denver.  The yard was opened in 1874 and was the largest work yard in Colorado.  It closed Valentine’s Day 2016.  This left a 70-acre plot of land is now […]

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Denver’s newest pedestrian bridge will help tie together a divided neighborhood.

UPDATE (3/15/17): The bridge is scheduled to open in Fall 2017, so in about 6 months we should be able to move around River North a bit easier.   The River North neighborhood has exploded in growth since 2010 and is now one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city.  Brighton Boulevard has seen some […]

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The Nine (Now 11) Skyscrapers Over 300 Feet That Are Planned, Proposed, or Under Construction in Downtown Denver featured image

The Nine (Now 11) Skyscrapers Over 300 Feet That Are Planned, Proposed, or Under Construction in Downtown Denver

UPDATE (10 and 11): A Miami-based developer just announced plans to construct a MASSIVE condo project at 19th and Arapahoe which will take up the Southren half of the block which is currently a parking lot.  The condo proposal will feature a staggering 800 units in two 40 floor towers.  This project is in the […]

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