Today’s Headlines

  • Hancock Administration to Buy 27 Properties for Drainage Project Tied to I-70 (DenPo)
  • City Planners Considering Promenade Along Platte River in RiNo (Denverite)
  • “For Most Visitors, Denver’s 16th Street Mall Is Essentially a Hallway” (Denverite)
  • South Pearl Street Residents Want to Steer Design of New Buildings (Profile)
  • Rental Apartment Growth Slows (DBJ)
  • Housing Co-Ops Make Sense for Home Shortage in Boulder (Articulate Discontent)

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  • TakeFive

    It’s good to see Denver start to finally move forward on two critical infrastructure projects. Just as with T-REX, Denver will be able to take another (small) whack at their backlog of $1.5 billion in drainage projects. Given that Denver’s aging stormwater infrastructure is in bad shape progress has been painfully slow. Presumably bcuz these projects aren’t sexy, politics has allowed for a dereliction of duty. Meanwhile the need grows as the costs for a fix creep ever higher.