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Golden Triangle Association of Denver

admin May 16, 2011 0

The Golden Triangle Association (GTA) represents the interests of property owners, businesses, and residents that are in the area bounded by Speer Boulevard, Lincoln Street, and Colfax Avenue in Denver.  It was first organized

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Brown Palace Hotel

admin May 8, 2011 0

Located in the heart of Denver, Brown Palace Hotel is considered a national treasure, setting the standard for hotels in the city for over a century. It is the only Forbes AAA Four-Diamond and

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LoDo District in Downtown Denver

admin April 23, 2011 0

LoDo stands for Lower Downtown Denver, which is 23 square block of the original Denver.  In 1858 it was just a small settlement called Denver City named after the governor of the Kansas Territory. 

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Elitch Gardens in Downtown Denver

admin April 12, 2011 0

This year should prove to be another exciting one at Elitch Gardens in Denver. Opening day is set at May 7th and the water park (included free with general admission) will open May 28th.

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History of the Pepsi Center

admin March 31, 2011 0

The Pepsi Center is one of most famous and finest world-class sports and entertainment stadiums, which facilitates the organizing of major sports events and it is the pride of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain

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Manhattan II Apartments in Riverfront Park

admin March 25, 2011 0

Project Description: The Manhattan II Apartments consists of two (2) five story apartment buildings with one level of below grade parking. The building contains a common parking garage below grade, leasing office, lounge, fitness

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The Best Tourist Attractions in Denver, Colorado

admin March 18, 2011 0

There is doubt that Denver, Colorado is one of the best places to take a vacation in the United States. It has all the qualities that attract both domestic and international tourists. Denver, Colorado

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New Riverfront Park Apartments Under Construction

admin March 8, 2011 0

The new Riverfront Park apartments named Manhattan II began construction this week. The new apartment building is just north of the Brownstones and Manhattan I. The first Manhattan apartment building was completed early in

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Tallest buildings in Denver

admin February 16, 2011 0

The following chart lists the tallest buildings in Denver. Believe it or not Denver has a large downtown that was listed by one measurement as the 10th largest downtown in the US. That list

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Unique Valentine’s Day Ideas in Denver

admin January 24, 2011 0

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner for Colorado. If you are tired of the same old Valentine’s Day plans where you desperately try to get a reservation at a fancy Denver restaurant, only

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Denver Union Station

admin December 17, 2010 0

It seems like a long time ago since trains were in use at Downtown Denver’s Union Station, located at 17th & Wynkoop in LoDo. In fact, Union Station competed well with Colorado’s old Stapleton

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Molly Brown House Museum in Denver

admin December 15, 2010 0

Molly Brown is a famous historical figure in Colorado for being a socialite, philanthropist and an activist. Nationwide, she is known as “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” because she survived the RMS Titanic when it

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State Capitol Building Denver

admin December 14, 2010 0

The Colorado State Capitol building in Downtown Denver highly resembles our own nation’s Capitol, including surrounding street names. The Denver State Capitol was built in the 1890s of white granite and features early 19th

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Kitchen Design – Denver Open House to Offer Sale Prices & Advice

admin December 8, 2010 0

If you have been dreaming about a kitchen remodel, you will want to attend an open house on Dec. 9, 2010, sponsored by Kitchens by Wedgewood and Home and the Range; two great kitchen

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The City Parks of Denver

admin November 24, 2010 0

The inhabitants of the Mile High City love to spend their free time outdoors and relax in a natural setting. Especially in the hot summer days when the heat waves and the dry air

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