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Packard’s Hill Neighborhood Wins Historic Designation

Denver City Council Votes 8-5 In Favor by Lisa Marlin On a cool autumn Saturday morning in a northwest Denver neighborhood, children ran through leaves in their front yard, a young man walked a small dog down the sidewalk, and an older woman swept her front porch. If not for the modern clothing they wore…
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Cherry Creek Safeway Kicked Out; Towers Open To Traffic Nightmare

by Mark Smiley The unrelenting urbanization of the Cherry Creek and Country Club neighborhoods goes on unabated. The Cherry Creek Shopping Center announced that it had terminated the lease of the Safeway store on the northeast end of the mall where it had been a tenant for over a half century. The Shopping Center is…
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Is Wash Park Loop Road A Quarter Million Dollar Boondoggle?

Some Residents, Users Say The Revamped Loop Road Completed This Summer Is A Travesty by Glen Richardson Denver’s Washington Park was acquired in increments between 1899 and 1904 and designed in stages by Reinhard Schuetz as a green space of lakes, gardens, trees, open area and vistas to be peacefully and quietly enjoyed by the…
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