Check Out JPUNs December Newsletter

Newsletter Highlights

JPUN General Membership Meeting – Reminder there is no JPUN General Membership Meeting this month.  Join us in January.

Denver Council Rejects Preservation Bid – The Denver City Council late Monday rejected landmark status for a Queen Anne-style home with a hilltop perch over Jefferson Park.  After a 90 minute public hearing full of sharp comments from both sides and more than an hour of council debate, its members sided with Battista 7-4 in a vote taken just before midnight.

Steam on the Platte Breaks Ground – By next summer, two abandoned buildings on the banks of the South Platte River will be converted into office space for tech companies, creative businesses and a restaurant. A 65,000-square-foot warehouse — the largest brick-and-timber  structure available for redevelopment in the city — will be transformed into the office space for tech companies and creative businesses, and a 6,000- square-foot former gas station with a bowstring roof will be converted  into restaurant space. NIMBL, a technology consulting firm, has signed on as the anchor tenant for the warehouse building.

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