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City and County of Broomfield – Civic Center

Civic Center The overall theme of the project is to create a mixed use activity center that will attract local residents to its locally owned or otherwise desirable eateries and retail outlets, professional offices and residential opportunities. The park-like setting for the project provides a unique offering of attractions for visitors to the area that… Read more »

Oskar Blues to open restaurant and music venue in LoDo

By Alicia Wallace   Oskar Blues’ push into Denver isn’t stopping with the opening of Hotbox Roasters and Chuburger in the trendy River North district. The pioneer of canned craft beer plans to open a restaurant and music venue in Lower Downtown. Oskar Blues Fooderies, the restaurant arm of the Longmont-based craft brewer, inked a… Read more »

Giant Rocketship lands outside Rocket Ice Cream in Lowry

  By Joe Aman and Christopher Rickett   A 50-foot model rocketship that took shape at the 2009 Burning Man Festival and has resided at various locations across the U.S. and Canada has now taken up residence in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood to, you know, sell ice cream. The installation known as the “Raygun Gothic Rocketship,” which looks like… Read more »

Neighborhood identity at heart of Hangar 2 project

By Cynthia Kemper   Jim Hartman and Joe Vostrejs knew their Hangar 2 development would be a bit out of the box.  There were no local precedents and the barriers they would face seemed almost insurmountable.  But that’s the kind of project the co-owner of Boulder- based Hartman Ely Investments and the chief operating officer… Read more »

Union Station leaders tell Las Vegas contingency ‘get public input’ before spending a dime

By Monica Mendoza  March 8, 2016   Figure out what your community wants before you drop a single dime on a public private transit project. That was the message from Denver’s key financers and architects behind the redevelopment of Union Station to members of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada who visited the historic… Read more »

City Street Investors Architect Tricia Mueller Calandra Receives Visionary Award

(Denver, CO)- On Wednesday, October 2nd at The Ritz Carlton Denver, City Street Investors Architect Tricia Mueller Calandra received the 2013 Commercial Real Estate Women’s Visionary Award. The Visionary Award is given annually to a woman who has a progressive attitude and forward creative thinking that benefits both the project and the people involved. “It is an… Read more »

Hangar 2 Partners “Dig In” on Next Phase of Mixed‐Use Development in Lowry

Denver, CO – Today Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock joined Hangar 2 Partners , Larimer Associates and Hartman‐Ely Investments , to unveil plans for a new dining district in the Lowry neighborhood.  A signature restaurant has been confirmed for the mixed‐use commercial development and project partners are “digging in” on the Mile High City’s newest culinary… Read more »

A Conversation: Place and Why It Matters in Denver

“As Denver continues to boom, placemaking is taking center stage,” says Jeremy Németh, Director of the Urban Design Program at CU Denver ‘s College of Architecture and Planning and an Associate Professor. “The key to creating the best public realms is finding who isn’t there, who isn’t using the space, and asking them why they’re… Read more »