“We are still seeking to hire hundreds more candidates for open associate roles. Our hiring team is holding hiring events pretty regularly,” Ashley Robinson said.
Teo Nicolais, a real estate instructor at the Harvard Extension School and volunteer at the apartment association, said the state’s housing market has seen “unprecedented growth and unprecedented demand” in recent years
Smack on the border between Aurora and Denver, it’s close enough to the center’s of both cities, and a quick cruise south on Parker to the interstate
“The Central 70 Project is, by itself, a major economic driver for the entire Denver-metro region. CDOT wanted to also ensure that these economic and job opportunities were made available to local residents,” Shailen Bhatt, CDOT Executive Director, said in a statement
At a press conference with Colorado’s governor and Denver’s mayor, the director of the Outdoor Retailer trade show, Marisa Nicholson, announced Thursday that the show would be held in the Mile High City starting in 2018
While the bulk of the project is residential, Gleason said developers have been in talks with hotels looking to build on the Aurora neighborhood’s eastern edge. That stretch of land, which buts up to Peoria Street, sits just across the street from the booming Anschutz Medical Campus
“Forest City Stapleton’s ongoing intent to deliver the ultimate business-lifestyle community is evident in features that include outdoor collaboration space, an expansive public plaza, terraces, balconies and a rooftop deck.”
This time, under the moniker Aurora Hope Complex, officials are hoping the site can be home to restaurants, retailers and event space
The change also will allow fireworks stands to operate for the first time within the city, and already Aurora has received nine applications to open stands this summer, according to Trevor Vaughn, manager of the city’s tax and licensing division
City Councilwoman Sally Mounier voted against the measure, saying she doesn’t support the proposed sanctions on so-called congregate living facilities. “I think Ready To Work needs to be in Ward I at the Afrikmall,” Ward I City Councilwoman Sally Mounier said. “So, I can’t support this.” But council members Marsha Berzins and Francoise Bergan, who serve as the chair and vice chair of the committee, respectively, agreed to move the proposal forward to a study session.