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10 of the most beautiful things to see this spring and summer around Denver - What is beautiful? Is it a captivating piece of art? A perfectly framed scene of nature? A building or a green space that challenges, and opens up, our aesthetic senses? No doubt, the answer is up to you, dear
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Hilltop midcentury modern lists for $4.3M after “architectural archaeology” restoration - When John Huggins and his wife Monica Martinez bought 35 Eudora St. in 2007 for $850,000, they wanted to restore the midcentury modern home to its mid-1960s
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Founder of CU’s Deming Center lists Boulder ranch for $16.5M - Inspired by I.M. Pei’s design for the National Center for Atmospheric Center in Boulder and the cliff dwellings found in the ancient landscapes of the American Southwest, the 10,720-square-foot mansion constructed in 1997 mimics the vibrant sandstone
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Editorial: El Chapultepec — Denver’s legendary jazz hall — is worthy of preservation - The developer's artist renderings show an open-air patio on the corner where El Chapultepec now stands. The building may not pretty, or have many windows, and it may be expensive to repair, but for the community, for the city, it's better than a
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One River North developers pay $9M for adjacent site - The 3911 and 3963 Walnut St. parcels, which combined are 0.93 acres, sold last week to Washington D.C.-based Uplands Real Estate Partners and Denver-based Wynne Yasmer Real Estate, operating as 40th & Walnut Project
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Colorado honors the historic story of Denver’s Far East Center - The highly compact version of Little Saigon was added to the State Register of Historic
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Artist Sarah McKenzie went to prison for her latest works - She's also showing pieces by some of the incarcerated people she met
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Old school - It took me a while to notice the building that sits quietly on 19th and Walnut.  I walked, biked and jogged past it countless times before the brick Italianate structure with a two-tiered front porch and red door caught my attention. Or maybe it was the
Developers’ plans to tear down Boulder’s Dark Horse Tavern draw community outrage - The Dark Horse has been a Boulder landmark since 1975, infamous for its selection of bar food and drinks as well as its assortment of Colorado Buffaloes memorabilia, unique décor and fun
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New Denver residential building in RiNo to open soon - The lower, horizontal half of the cleft will include a sloping, “landscaped, trail-like walkway” complete with “rippling water components” that extends four stories (the sixth through ninth floors) within the
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