Just because the Denver7 Building is now what some people wanted (like me) to save that building. Instead, we will have Society Denver, and may I say, it probably will be special.

And why? Let’s look at Society Denver, which was written about in BusinessDen, the Denver Business Journal, Colorado Politics, and Mile High CRE this week. Those of us who wanted to save that Brutalist building, the moneyed people made things happen to find a way to scrape it, and the Denver City Council had no interest in it. (Big surprise.)  At …

Let’s put it this way: La Alma Lincoln Park has been scrutinized by so many agencies in the City and County of Denver, it’s like going to a doctor.

And the next time we see a discussion about La Alma Lincoln Park, it will be on August 2 before the Denver City Council. If this is not a slam dunk, I just cannot imagine it will not move forward. Last Wednesday, the Denver Planning Board members had some questions, with the quorum of five, …

La Alma Lincoln Park went before the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission last week, and it was … thoughtful.

La Alma Lincoln Park is striving to be Denver's second cultural district, after the Welton Street cultural district was created years ago. Now a second cultural district has a lengthy application designation that is a great read. The history? There is plenty of that, but the homes, stretching back into the late 1870s, are Italianate …