Cool set of before and after images from Google Earth showing the decades long project to de-parkinglot-ify Denver. Still a long way to go.
https://denverinfill.com/blog/2020/01/a ... after.html
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Denver's primary infill development website just posted bi-annual updates of downtown residential and non-residential developments since 2010. Local infill geeks love the June and December posts. Mmmm...data-licious. http://denverinfill.com/blog/2017/06/downtown-residential-june-2017.html http://den...
- January 21st, 2017, 1:16 pm
- Forum: Anything Goes
- Topic: Breweries and Taprooms
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Some outside perspective here...I currently live in Denver, but lived in MSP for 18 years (and I've been to a fair number of MSP taprooms). There are currently 60+ breweries in Denver and most are taprooms. Not many have kitchens. Food trucks serve most of the taprooms and it's a great model because...
I'd like see the numbers on highway miles cause it sure seems like there's a lot more in Mpls. And it's a bit hard to compare the systems: Denver has a hub and spoke system with lines out to the suburbs...and some of those suburban areas aren't fully developed or low-density. Mpls. system is mostly ...
Pretty accurate article about the situation out here. Have lived in Denver for 8 years; ~20 years in Mpls. before that. Remaining challenges are to complete the Boulder line (full funding not set) and to maximize the zoning/building at each of the stations. Some stations have built out faster than o...
- December 28th, 2014, 3:34 pm
- Forum: Minneapolis - Downtown
- Topic: RBC Gateway (Four Seasons) - 37 stories - 519'
- Replies: 1993
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http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/AppDocs/G...endaID5189.pdf Well, this is curious (and yes, first time post). Stumbled on this while checking out Seattle's development news (amazing stuff happening out there). The project is a 440' residential tower (3rd and Lenora on SSC). On page 30 of the document, the...