NDCC News - A sampling of recent stories featuring NDCC projects

Apr 29 2014 (111 reads)
We raised a red flag in 2009 about concentrating too much power in a committee awarding tens of millions of dollars to promote regional tourism. That concern, we still believe, was justified.

Denver Post, 4/15/14

Apr 29 2014 (133 reads)
Placemaking is not an exact science, not in Denver, or anywhere else. It's something of a collaborative balancing act between developers, businesses and the general public, and it never happens overnight, according to some of the movers and shakers in a few of Denver's hottest neighborhoods: RiNo, LoHi and Stapleton.

Confluence Denver, 4/9/14

Apr 02 2014 (185 reads)
Warmly embraced by youthful art enthusiasts in Denver, the River North Art District, known as RiNO, is in a former industrial area northeast of downtown. RiNO is the still-gritty home to dozens of galleries and artists’ studios, but the area now has cafes, restaurants, bars, music and a profusion of craft breweries.

New York Times, 3/30/14

Apr 02 2014 (191 reads)

Two major development projects that could redefine north Denver are poised for progress, but a City Council committee meeting Tuesday highlighted some of the hurdles the projects will likely face in coming years. 

Denver Post, 4/1/14


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