Denver Public Works impounding Lime and Bird electric scooters – Denver Business Journal

True to its word, Denver Public Works is impounding the electric scooters that have created a minor controversy in the city. Denver officials —one wearing a vest emblazoned with the words "Denver Special Police" — were spotted Thursday confiscating a Bird scooter at 17th Avenue and North Broadway. DPW issued a statement Friday stating it had ordered the companies to remove them from public right of ways. Today the agency…

New open-air bar with colorful cocktails from Death & Co team to open at Ramble Hotel

The Garden Bar at the Ramble Hotel will open Friday. (Courtesy of Elliott Clark) Less than a month after the highly-anticipated New York-based bar Death & Co opened it’s second location in RiNo, it’s ready to take this party outside. The original announcement hinted that the cocktail-focused retreat would have a hand in many dining experiences at the new Ramble Hotel, and the second phase of that will roll out…

Barbara Blades, New Orleans real estate leader, dies at 78

Barbara Hanshaw Blades, involved in the New Orleans-area real estate industry for more than 50 years, died Monday, May 21, 2018, at her Covington home. She was 78. (Photo courtesy Blades family) Barbara Hanshaw Blades, a force in real estate in the New Orleans area for more than 50 years, died Monday (May 21) of leukemia at her Covington home. She was 78. A native of Denver who moved to…

How You Can Locate LoDo Denver Apartments That Are Affordable

The Lower Downtown area of Denver may have some of the more expensive apartments that you can never rent in this area. It is highly coveted by professionals that happen to live in Denver, and also work downtown. This allows them to get home within minutes in some cases. However, the cost is going to be quite expensive. If you are interested in living in this area of Denver because…

Interurban Cos. pays $26.3 million for The View at 5010 apartments in Winston-Salem – Denver Business Journal

A Colorado company has purchased one of the North Carolina Triad area’s largest apartment communities. Interurban Cos. of Centennial, Colo., paid Elite Street Capital of Houston $26.3 million on April 27 for The View at 5010, a 433-unit apartment community off University Parkway, south of Shattalon Drive in Winston-Salem. The community was previously known as Springhouse Apartments, Ambercrest and The Fields Parkside. On Dec. 28, 2016, Elite Street paid $19.49…

Truck driver crashes into tree in Clark Co.

(Image: Clark County Sheriff’s Office) CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) – A truck driver crashed into a tree in northern Clark County on Saturday. Clark County deputies responded to the scene around 4:55 a.m. where they learned that a full sized truck was traveling north on Northeast Gable Avenue and failed to negotiate the curve onto eastbound Northeast 359th Street. The truck driver crossed the westbound lanes and hit a tree…

From online to mall time: Warby Parker to open first Denver store this weekend

Courtesy Warby Parker A rendering of the Warby Parker store in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The store, which will open on Saturday, April 28, 2018, will be the online prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses company’s second physical store in Colorado. A third is set to open later this year. After opening its first Colorado store in Boulder last year, online-born prescription eye wear retailer Warby Parker is graduating to a…

Denver landlords increasingly turning away Section 8 tenants

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Tales from inside Colorado’s teacher shortage: housing for horses and recruiters without interviews

The job fair was going well for Stephanie Polutchko and the phrase on her white name tag explained why: “high school science.” Like other prospective Colorado teachers in high-demand areas, she was flush with options as she walked the long rows of school district booths advertising open interview slots and, in some cases, signing bonuses. By lunchtime, one recruiter from a tiny school district on the sparsely populated Eastern Plains…