BusinessDen- A pair of developers has closed on a rare piece of waterfront property in Denver. Trailbreak Partners and Koelbel & Co., acting as Sloan’s Block 3 LLC, bought a 2.2-acre block of the Sloan’s Lake St. Anthony’s site for $5.69 million, city records show. “The location is just spectacular, being just south of the lake and right on the park,” said Koelbel & Co. vice president Carl Koelbel…
9 News Denver- Sloan’s Lake, tucked away in the northwest corner of Denver, is not as frequented as say Capitol Hill or LoDo, but the views from this area are unmatched by a large majority of the city..
Denver Business Journal – A neighborhood LEEDs the way..
Best Places to Live #4- Sloan’s Lake
If you’re looking for an up-and-coming neighborhood with gorgeous sunsets, easy access to the mountains, the cit y’s largest lake, a family-friendly park and a huge new development that will include retail, restaurants and lots of new housing, Sloan’s Lake is it.
Confluence Denver- Big infill projects continue to sprout all over the city. Here’s a roundup of the latest news on Gates, SLOANS Denver, 9th & Colorado, Aria Denver and Stapleton.
The Denver Channel — As part of an ongoing effort to make Colfax Avenue safer for bicyclists and pedestrians, volunteers are painting murals in the streets. Dozens gathered Sunday to paint the crosswalks at Raleigh and Perry Street.
North Denver Tribune — The re-imagination of the West Colfax corridor is steadily taking root as the SLOANS development, former home to Saint Anthony’s, is rapidly sprouting up and shooting its roots into the once thriving, then derelict, now reviving West Colfax.
North Denver Tribune — Colfax Elementary School students participated in a unique groundbreaking ceremony for the new SLOANS Community Garden at the corner of Stuart and Conejos. It is the first of several gardens planned for the area. This may be the only garden, however, that is being fertilized with a time capsule filled with first graders dreams and visions of the future.
Denver Post. — The redevelopment of the old St. Anthony Hospital campus in west Denver is picking up speed. All of the projects announced so far for the original seven-block site anticipate beginning construction by the end of the year.