Downtown Denver Partnership
Although covered in snow, two rooftops in downtown Denver are packed with thousands of fireworks ready to ring in 2015, and a little snow isn’t going to keep people away.
As the Internet provides more tools and as regulations ease, countless small-business owners and organizations across the country are increasingly turning to strangers to help fund their endeavors.
Visitors to the 16th Street Mall are now able to enjoy free ice skating at Skyline Park.
The city of Denver and Downtown Denver Partnership announced a plan on Tuesday to bring a new protected bike lane to downtown.
Denver is being dubbed one of the least affordable places to live if you are a renter and the Denver City Council responded to those claims by trying to bring more affordable housing in.
People often visit the 16th Street Mall on the weekend, and on Sunday they had more reason to with all kinds of free activities to enjoy.
Business is booming around the newly renovated Union Station. The grand reopening is set for Saturday with a new hotel, new restaurants and new businesses surrounding the transportation hub.
Planners and economist expect that the redevelopment in and around Union Station will drive development for the next 50 to 100 years.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says more police officers are needed to patrol the streets in LoDo.
A protest group called “Occupy Denver” that used to protest in downtown Denver and in public areas has now reverted to a different tactic — descending on a quiet Denver neighborhood every Sunday afternoon and protesting outside a private home.