Late, but: What happened when smart discussion got amped up about a ramp

Flash back for a bit to May 21. Almost two months ago, the city proposed demolishing the South Ramp at Red Rocks, with concerns for its structural integrity, among other concerns. Also on that agenda before the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission, the staff and commissioners also presented a new concept for a stage cover. The …

Equity, new streets, housing, preservation, and more: Forum #3 for Loretto Heights’ future

The third and final community forum on the future of the Loretto Heights’ campus is tonight, 6 to 8 p.m. in Machebeuf Hall. This process began last year, when Westside Investment Partners purchased the 70-plus-acre spread for about $16 million. The first forum was in January. The city's draft plan is available, and as expected …

And then it went boom.

In March, I posted a piece on the demolition of a 1982 building designed by noted Denver architect William Muchow. The now empty lot, at 990 Bannock Street, will serve as a staging area for another building being constructed at West 10thAvenue and Acoma Street. For several weeks, it became a ritual of swinging by …