Markets & Events

A weathered sign marks its territory Sept. 22 at Stanley Aviation. Built in 1954, Stanley Aviation manufactured airplane ejector seats but after years of being abandoned the building will be getting a facelift. The 100,000 square footage will be transformed into a marketplace that will house a restaurant, beer garden, community park, office spaces and a variety of dining, shopping and recreational options. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | Traditionally, there hasn’t been much cross over between the residents of Denver’s Cherry Creek neighborhood and north Aurora. In a Venn diagram of the disparate zones, the intersection of the two circles would be negligible, if not invisible. But one of Aurora’s newest food, shopping and cultural additions, and possibly a new tradition, […]

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“Events like Global Fest are coming from our own citizens,” Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan said. “They’re saying that this is what makes sense for this community called Aurora, and as a city we’re just helping to facilitate that.”

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