Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced today that Brad Dodson will serve as Interim Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center (NWCO) as Gretchen Hollrah steps down to become Chief Operating Officer of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Habitat for Humanity will be hosting an information session on affordable homes on Wednesday, May 29, 6pm, at the Swansea Recreation Center. They will have information about all of their available properties, with a special emphasis on the homes being built at 43rd and Elizabeth and at 51st and Broadway.
Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) offers a free last-mile shuttle connection to RTD’s A-Line at the 40th and Colorado transit station. Businesses and their employees working in the north York/Josephine corridor are invited to use the service.
Phases 1 and 2 of the National Western Center are underway and we invite you to join Mayor Michael B. Hancock, the Mayor's Office of the National Western Center, and its partners as we break ground on horizontal construction. Come celebrate the exciting progress of this new take on a legendary Colorado space.
Please join the City and County of Denver’s Performance-Based Infrastructure office (PBI) and the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center along with the NWC Authority on Tuesday, February 26, from 6-7pm, for a public meeting regarding future phases of development identified in the 2015 Master Plan, also known as “The Triangle.”
The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) and Denver’s Real Estate Division in the Department of Finance are seeking a non-profit partner(s) to purchase, redevelop and operate a City-owned property with a structure located at 4400 Lincoln Street, which includes a parking lot across the alley, as a viable neighborhood amenity for residents of Globeville and surrounding neighborhoods. A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) will be available beginning Wednesday, February 20, at 4pm.
The Beloved Community Village, a collection of eleven tiny homes in RiNo occupied by formerly homeless residents, has been looking for a new host site ever since last September, when Denver's Department of Public Works rejected a plan for the village to relocate to Zeppelin's TAXI campus, citing concerns over flooding. The organization behind the tiny homes — the Colorado Village Collaborative — was taken by surprise, having already drawn up site plans for the move to TAXI. The group had also promised the Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), the owners of the land the village currently occupies at 38th and Blake streets, that it would vacate that premises by January 1 so that the ULC could break ground on a new apartment complex.
The National Western Stock Show is excited to announce Denver urban developer and preservationist, Dana Crawford, as the Grand Marshal for the 2019 Stock Show Kick-Off Parade, presented by Arrow Electronics.
On Thursday, January 10th, Dana Crawford will lead the traditional drive of Longhorn cattle, horses and western wagons through the streets of downtown Denver to celebrate the start of the 2019 National Western Stock Show. The parade begins at noon outside of Crawford’s very own name-sake hotel, The Crawford Hotel at Union Station.
The city of Denver is looking to spend $6 million on an industrial site in Globeville, with the idea it then would find a developer that would build income-restricted housing there. City Council’s Finance and Governance Committee voted 6-0 last week in favor of buying 4995 Washington St., a 2.69-acre property that is currently home to a car dealership.